strength of material
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As civil or mechanical engineers we create structures and machines. The structures carry different types of loads for eg:- people and machines (Live load), furniture & machines (Dead load), If tall structure (Wind load) etc...Machines does hard manual labour by mechanical means using machine parts/components.(eg- fan provides air, boiler provides heat to coal, turbines rotate to produce torsion force etc....)
So ultimate components that goes into making structures and machines are materials( either steel, concrete, metal plates, rods, shafts etc..) and these materials will be bearing some or the other kind of loads.
Eg- lets say building. the loads that are on a building floor is taken by the slab.the slab distributes it to the beam and the beam to column. So ultimately the column takes the load o the building and dissapates it in the ground on the bedrock floor. colun, beam and slab are made of concrete and steel. If the column has to take the load and still be safe then the strength of column must be > load on the column.
This is what you learn in SOM. the strength of column when the loads are axial, when the loads are eccentric, uni and bi-axial bending etc. hwether the column will stay straight or whether it will buckle.
Thus, it is said SOM is one of the base subject of Civil & Mechanical Engineering