# Problem on Shear Stress for T Section – Shear Stress in Beams – Strength of Materials

### 43 Replies to “Problem on Shear Stress for T Section – Shear Stress in Beams – Strength of Materials”

1. honey nandra says:

sir plz explain chapter of thick cylinders of som plz plz sir

2. Abdullah Zia says:

Sir can you please solve some problems for "i" section also. Please .

3. anand rajan says:

sir pls explain lame's theorem for thick cylinders

4. shahbaaz khan says:

what is moment of inertia formula for circular section and I section and t section

5. Lokman Günay says:

nice lectures!

6. Tanmay Das says:

Sir, why we didn't considered the full rectangle first and then subtract the excess portion like previous I section method?

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8. Rajkumar Diwakar says:

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9. Cyanîdə says:

Sir very nice but maximum share stress are change ……in I section and T section maximum share stress why change??????

10. TND TULSI DASH Sharma says:

How did u know initially knw that for maximum shear stress we have to take the lower section?? Plse explain

11. Ayush Phukan says:

why is y bar taken constant for the shear stresses at the junctions?

12. Ãnïrudh kamble says:

Audio kyu nhi he video ko

13. harpz blue lion says:

nice video

14. harpz blue lion says:

nice video

15. Uddipta Borah says:

tumi chatisa keellllllaaaaa….

16. shazlock shank says:

chuth

17. Abhi Malav says:

thanks sir

18. Anup Bhattacharyya says:

sir ,I think there is a mistake in Ixx1…..it should be 175×25^3….plz make it clear to me….we should commonly cut the flange and web, isn't it?

19. Rohit Goud says:

If it is not udl load how to solve it

20. vinay kumar says:

12:07 / 30:41 at this time u mentioned h1 as 87.5 but its 37.5 check it

21. Akash Vaidya says:

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22. Anubhav Thapa says:

For calculating the Shear Force, in this case both reaction forces are equal. What if there is unequal reaction forces? Do we use the highest reaction force as the shear force in this case?

23. Fazil Gulshan says:

Nice explanation thanks sir it was helpful vediou for me today we start this topic I got so many doughts but after seeing this vediou I got some confidence so thanks u so much sir🙏🙏🙏🙏

24. Souvik ghosh says:

Very helpful sir.but for two unequal force which one to consider sir

25. V V q says:

You are not explaining good

26. ABDULKAREEM BALSING says:

Thanks sir too much help full videos

27. Naveen Karanam says:

I have got t2 greater than t max it is correct or incorrect for another model problem

28. Soham Biswas says:

thoda jaldi padhalo bhaaiya,itna time nhi hai

29. kanik jaiswal says:

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30. malyala thirupathi says:

Sir soud no clear

31. Harsh Gupta says:

You can take the cg of 2nd wrong

32. Manav Bhatt says:

So good

33. Hamad Baba says:

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34. Deepa Gusain says:

Sir rectangualr section k oor question bi t btaado

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36. vinay markam says:

Since , therefore, it's good but every time it's not use able
you don't know….

37. AMBARISH A says:

Tq sir

38. Oves Ahmed says:

Thank you very much sir..

39. Sagar Paliwal says:

h2 is completely wrong, it should be 70.83-12.5
So always have mistakes in mostly all your questions…….

40. S M says:

bc kitne ad hai ekdum faltu video hai

41. chintu yadav says:

For y bar why should we take distance from the bottom.
How we should take from the top

42. Shivashankar S says:

Wow😘😘

43. Kedar Palange says:

Thnq sir this video help me a lot 💐