# Civil Engineering - Theory of Structures - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Theory of Structures - Section 1 (Q.No. 15)

15.

The total strain energy of a beam of length

*L*, having moment of inertia of its section*I*, when subjected to a bending moment*M*, isDiscussion:

5 comments Page 1 of 1.
Rams said:
8 years ago

Please explain it.

Sravani said:
6 years ago

Explain the solution.

Abn said:
4 years ago

Please explain it.

Shantanu Sutradhar said:
3 years ago

Please explain the equation clearly.

Jayshree odedra said:
2 years ago

The strain energy of a beam due to bending (Ub) having length L and moment of inertia of its section I, when subjected to a bending moment M is given by,

Related Points:

The strain energy of a beam due to axial loading (Ua) having length L and cross-sectional area A, when subjected to an axial load P is given by,

The strain energy of a beam due to torsion (Ut) having length L and polar moment of inertia of its section J, when subjected to a torque T is given by,

Where E is the modulus of elasticity and G is the modulus of rigidity.

Related Points:

The strain energy of a beam due to axial loading (Ua) having length L and cross-sectional area A, when subjected to an axial load P is given by,

The strain energy of a beam due to torsion (Ut) having length L and polar moment of inertia of its section J, when subjected to a torque T is given by,

Where E is the modulus of elasticity and G is the modulus of rigidity.

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