## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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It requires only that the

between the two remain concentric circles at all times . Absolute angular rotation

is not the significant quantity in the twisting of a tube . This is obvious when the

tube ...

It requires only that the

**outer**circle , the inner circle , and all concentric circlesbetween the two remain concentric circles at all times . Absolute angular rotation

is not the significant quantity in the twisting of a tube . This is obvious when the

tube ...

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5 , the shear strain y at the

in angle from the original 90° between the direction of the generator and any one

of the

5 , the shear strain y at the

**outer**surface is this constant angle of tilt , the changein angle from the original 90° between the direction of the generator and any one

of the

**outer**circles . Therefore , as illustrated in Fig . 4 . 9 , tan y is given by the ...Page 160

y = rų / L , and the equilibrium relation 7 = T / ra , T , L on " = Gn ( Anrn ? ) The

inner tube , subscript n = 1 , and the

the same shear modulus G or area of cross section A . The condition of

deformation ...

y = rų / L , and the equilibrium relation 7 = T / ra , T , L on " = Gn ( Anrn ? ) The

inner tube , subscript n = 1 , and the

**outer**tube , subscript n = 2 , need not havethe same shear modulus G or area of cross section A . The condition of

deformation ...

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