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This resisting couple is created by a torsional shearing stress distributed over the

cross section of the spring; it is represented by T = PR. The magnified ... The

any ...

This resisting couple is created by a torsional shearing stress distributed over the

cross section of the spring; it is represented by T = PR. The magnified ... The

**maximum stress**always occurs at the inside element of the spring wire. Is thereany ...

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If it is assumed that the total vertical shear is carried by the web alone, the

average shearing stress will be very close to the

from Eq. (5—4). Thus V 70 X 103 l' Ami T (0.2o0)(0.020) “'5 MP3 This is very

close to the ...

If it is assumed that the total vertical shear is carried by the web alone, the

average shearing stress will be very close to the

**maximum stress**as computedfrom Eq. (5—4). Thus V 70 X 103 l' Ami T (0.2o0)(0.020) “'5 MP3 This is very

close to the ...

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The maxlmum straln theory According to the

credited to B. de Saint Venant, a ductile ... However, if we examine Hooke's law

for triaxial

E ...

The maxlmum straln theory According to the

**maximum**strain theory, which iscredited to B. de Saint Venant, a ductile ... However, if we examine Hooke's law

for triaxial

**stress**expressed by the following equations: ;_[ox — 1/(0y + (5)11 Ex =E ...

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