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Mohr's Circle Stress Analysis for 2D & 3D cases

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This video lecture will introduce you to concepts of Principal Stress, Principal Plane and Mohr's circle analysis. Here both 2D and 3D stress analysis using Mohr's circle method is explained well.
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Leone Abbacchio (27 days ago)
bitch lasagna
Sir have a good night .. aktu thok raha hey
Sohrab Asgerli (2 months ago)
the name of the video is in english but not the video itself wtf
vishal vispute (2 months ago)
Hard 2 understand
danjankumar619 (3 months ago)
Thank you so much #Team_LE.org
I Wonder (3 months ago)
Your videos are initially intended to the students from Indian subcontinent as far as I assumed . But with 2 million subscribers will not you care to improve your pronunciation ? But dear thanks for the video. Very informative and explanatory.
kashiraj gangasagare (3 months ago)
nice
Mohd Anwar (3 months ago)
lol ..ur pronunciation is so poor it makes me want to kill u..and after killing u i will myself too..lol
Pedro Campos (4 months ago)
what kind of english are he speeking?
nidhi lahare (4 months ago)
Fully Malli tone...sir pls speak english as it is
JAYANT KUMAR (4 months ago)
Thanks bro, this was very useful to me, you have explained Mohr's circle in a very simple and easy way.
Arun Kumar (5 months ago)
Bet he is from kerala.. Great explanation btw :)
Shoby Anto (6 months ago)
Thanks, Explained well
Yours own channel (7 months ago)
Youtuber are u russian? Too hard to understand
Dakshitha Weerasinghe (7 months ago)
many thanks for the help, sir! Excellent
decals4guitar (8 months ago)
I doubt that the people complaining about the lecturer's accent can speak more than one language.
Mohamed Ismail (8 months ago)
Superb 🤘🏻
atul sharma (9 months ago)
Perfect and easy explanation...
priya babu (9 months ago)
what is the shape of Mohr circle when an element subjected to two equal and like stresses?
Khan Sahib (9 months ago)
Uff I don't understand
Integral Souls (9 months ago)
what da fuq he s saying....??
Bintang Ayu (10 months ago)
Nice lecture... The concept is easily understood, but the speaker's accent is rather unclear
vishnu maheswaran (11 months ago)
amazing explanation I understood very easily, great job .I was searching for this a very long time, tanx
Ragul M Mahendran (11 months ago)
I understood but improve your pronunciation.
munesh pal (1 year ago)
Very nice sir
Sagar Konnur (1 year ago)
Its was Good .. But sir ur pincipa shtruss n masima plan and queston we wr nt able to understand .. ..
Mridul Metha (1 year ago)
m very very thankfull thanx a lot
rasataplanta (1 year ago)
Unlisteanable
Aditya Bodhe (1 year ago)
Should i thank you for 'the awesome lecture' or 'the loudest laughter' i ever had?
Dr. P. Nithish Reddy (1 year ago)
✌👍👍
al (1 year ago)
You are studying this much to become an engineer or researcher, why not put the same attention to detail to your speech?
Isa (1 year ago)
The way he says Problem <3
Manoj Kumar (1 year ago)
Great video sir.
Kanaad Bhardwaj (1 year ago)
What is he speaking?
Amey Padval (1 year ago)
Well explained sir....
Romanjan Das (1 year ago)
Thank you !!
fabio kranich (1 year ago)
all i hears was taka taka taka curry curry taka taka!
Amit Kumar (1 year ago)
excellent concept..thank u sir
belal tabish (1 year ago)
Oh man.... What, if knowledge is everything. U sounds like, u had a stomach ache and still someone forced you to speak... Totally exaggerated.
Başar Kuzucuoğlu (1 year ago)
Turn on automatic subtitles and go 1:49 lol
:D
Aditya Bodhe (1 year ago)
Başar Kuzucuoğlu you deserve an award! 👍
Avik Das (1 year ago)
Your voice and ascent are too irritating. 👎👎
Shai Ben-David (1 year ago)
Great explanation! Thanks!
amit maurya (1 year ago)
Sir please explain it in hindi language.
Neelesh Nayak (1 year ago)
annotations used to represent shear stresses are wrong
Sudharsan V J (1 year ago)
Fantastic video !!
Cam Craig (1 year ago)
This was far better explained than any of my lecturers/tutors could manage. Great video; thank-you!
lakkoji santoshkumar (1 year ago)
thank you so much sir for giving good information about Mohr circle
Magic of ODD (1 year ago)
south indian accent sucks😪😑
Jeremy Squires (1 year ago)
please no more
Motasem Idris (1 year ago)
u r right , it is not racism u can just take it as a feedback
Never this pronunciation before
Rushil Patel (1 year ago)
Even if you take CW to be negative and Anti-CW to be positive, the circle will be the same right ?
Desi Maza (1 year ago)
👍 Thank you !!
Arun Mishra (2 years ago)
explanation was really nice !!!!!!!!!
Kanaga Senthil Raja (2 years ago)
Well Explained
kdmq (2 years ago)
How would you find the directions of sigma 1,2 and 3 if for some reason you needed to determine them?
Sankar Mahato (2 years ago)
how Thita is calculated graphically.
Gaurav Devdikar (2 years ago)
thank you so much ! it helped me.
Saltanat Tolebay (2 years ago)
thank u so much , even dummy like me got a clue :D..
Emre GitarCom (2 years ago)
Thank you! Good explanation.
Jeffery Nwidobie (2 years ago)
I was cracking up throughout this video
Arun Janardhanan (2 years ago)
What is sigma 1,2&3? Is it principal stress in x,y,z directions?
Hanu Hunter (2 years ago)
mother yucker
The BioE Tutor (2 years ago)
This was very helpful. Thank you!
Eddie B (2 years ago)
can you add manual captions for this and the Von Mises video?
Sham Gurav (2 years ago)
it helps...ty
Vishnu S (2 years ago)
wow....I got. it....thank you sir...
Sheharyar Ahmad (2 years ago)
Thank you soooooooo much.
Josin Kozhukkottayil (2 years ago)
Thank you Sir.
Hrishabh Bairagi (2 years ago)
Thank you the lecture But please Sir improve your pronunciation, it sounds very funny.
Brandon Ornelas (3 years ago)
In the 2D analysis you mentioned that the sign convention is found by looking at the direction of shear stress parallel to the vertical axis. So, Txy is pointing up on the right and down on the left. Isn't that ACW? So shouldn't that value of shear stress at sigma,y be negative and sigma,x be positive?
amogh mangalam (2 years ago)
+Brandon Ornelas dude ! just observe the TXY values corrospond to SIGMA y in the 2 d figure !! you will see they are clockwise ! i hope its clear now
Shirajul Hussain (3 years ago)
All the information I need is here, but I can't understand what your saying; speak slower please
Matt Winkeler (3 years ago)
Thanks. Awesome discussion. I finally get it. Thanks for your insight.Matt
Babak kiani (3 years ago)
You call it engineering!!!
sreyas surendran (3 years ago)
thank u sir :-)
Harsha Kurudi Math (3 years ago)
Thank you, neatly explained
Yuriy K (3 years ago)
great info, but little hard understand the language
Waltabeast (2 years ago)
+Yuriy K The language is English. Think you mean accent...
Ahoura J.Manesh (3 years ago)
Thank you for the video . It was a good review before the exam in a simple way :) .
tarun ravichandran (3 years ago)
you helped me! thank you :)
Naeem ur rahman (3 years ago)
Love you, no teacher in engineering could teach me and you teach me all of it in just a few minutes, Love you, and don't worry about your accent it's enough for one to understand... Keep it up, <3
Uchiha Akash (3 years ago)
in mohrs circle for 3d,can we simply draw sigm1-sigma3 diameter circle and find the maximum shear stress?
Kasfasque (3 years ago)
i don't understand why the normal stress along y and x are drawed in that positions! can someone help me??
MegaPrime Gamer (3 years ago)
Great! THanks! A video that doesnt beat about the bush and is point direct... Saved it too.. ANd yeah, that mallu accent as well ;)
Subrat Behera (3 years ago)
Awesome explaination
John Doe (3 years ago)
Rotation direction
John Doe (3 years ago)
Positive shear stress points down for the 2 angle to match the cube angle rotation. He is wrong.
Kim sung Un (2 years ago)
That depends, if you take positive shear stress down, then you have to take 2theta in clockwise direction
HellxScream07 (3 years ago)
The captions even made me LMAO!! this is just hilarious to watch!! i know im being a harsh but i just find it funny
sumit gupta (3 years ago)
Thanks
siddharth sharma (3 years ago)
nice upload,very helpful
Nava Teja (3 years ago)
sehr informativ
Jasnoor Singh (3 years ago)
Superb! Cannot get better in a 9 minute video !!
lunaticalm85 (3 years ago)
Prodlomb!
It's a bit hard to understand what he is saying, it doesn't sound like english all the time.. =P
Michael Le (3 years ago)
The subtitles cant even translate what he is saying LOL
okaypam (3 years ago)
Did not understand a single thing of what you just said, I am sorry but if you wanna make a video explaining something in English you better make sure you can manage the language.
BHRANT DANDOUTIYA (3 years ago)
it is best lecture ever i seen in youtube, but you did not explain it  in 3d , that i am looking for, but thanks for your way to teach, and awesome voice for teaching
Kim sung Un (2 years ago)
3D is complicated , you can use softwares like MATLAB
Ravikiran Radder (3 years ago)
very good video to get overview of the concept
RA R (4 years ago)
good one, i was searching a lot for some basics, this one was really helpful.. thanks
samsonnie (4 years ago)
Very clear and structured explanation, thank you so much! 
PRASHANT PATIL (4 years ago)
Very nicely explained..!

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