## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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End conditions especially can be made a little clearer, and the

Fig. 8.4 can be dispensed with. Start once more with a circular shaft under pure

twisting moment T, and suppose that the end conditions at each end are ...

End conditions especially can be made a little clearer, and the

**rigid end plates**ofFig. 8.4 can be dispensed with. Start once more with a circular shaft under pure

twisting moment T, and suppose that the end conditions at each end are ...

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Perhaps it seems to you that the elimination of the

torsion problem more rather than less difficult. What does happen if the square

shaft is twisted so that the end cross sections are forced to remain plane and ...

Perhaps it seems to you that the elimination of the

**rigid end plates**has made thetorsion problem more rather than less difficult. What does happen if the square

shaft is twisted so that the end cross sections are forced to remain plane and ...

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9.11 Two-tube assemblage with

can be made by a simplification of the problem which avoids the difficulty of

matching w. Imagine that, somehow, axial motion is prevented (to = 0) and yet

radial ...

9.11 Two-tube assemblage with

**rigid end plates**which do not constrain u. A startcan be made by a simplification of the problem which avoids the difficulty of

matching w. Imagine that, somehow, axial motion is prevented (to = 0) and yet

radial ...

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