Thermal stresses, Civil Engineering

Thermal stresses:

In Thermal stresses, you have studied

(a) The effect of temperature on bodies and materials,

(b) The concept of thermal stresses, and

(c) The technique of determination of thermal stresses within stepped, uniform, tapered and compound bars.

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