## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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1.5, the

in 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 ...

1.5, 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 ...

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1-11, June, 1960. and makes the designation "true" strain not unreasonable. If

the shear-stress vs

change of scale, the

small y ...

1-11, June, 1960. and makes the designation "true" strain not unreasonable. If

the shear-stress vs

**shear**-**strain**curves are simple T versus <p curves with achange of scale, the

**shear strain**as computed will be tan y automatically. Forsmall y ...

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Shaft, rectangular, 172 square, 171 Shear center (center of flexure or twist), 364-

366 Shear diagram, 337 Shear flow, 362 ... 360, 361 sign convention, 336, 337 "

Shear" fracture in compression, 66 Shear modulus, 57, 265, 429

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Shaft, rectangular, 172 square, 171 Shear center (center of flexure or twist), 364-

366 Shear diagram, 337 Shear flow, 362 ... 360, 361 sign convention, 336, 337 "

Shear" fracture in compression, 66 Shear modulus, 57, 265, 429

**Shear strain**, 4,...

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