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... is more nearly

under the deflection curve, and hence would also produce the highest torque

capacity. To demonstrate this hypothesis, consider the

... is more nearly

**circular**is the stiffer since that section creates the largest valumeunder the deflection curve, and hence would also produce the highest torque

capacity. To demonstrate this hypothesis, consider the

**circular**shaft in Figure 6-3.Page 79

The expression for the twisting moment of a solid

G6J -(f) (6-10) An expedient method to determine the maximum shear stress of

the solid shaft is to approximate the deflection volume as V = \*a2C where a is the

...

The expression for the twisting moment of a solid

**circular**shaft is therefore T =G6J -(f) (6-10) An expedient method to determine the maximum shear stress of

the solid shaft is to approximate the deflection volume as V = \*a2C where a is the

...

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A comparison between the maximum shear stresses of the solid

rectangular cross sections shows that the torque capacity of the

section is significantly greater than that of the noncircular section. For example, if

...

A comparison between the maximum shear stresses of the solid

**circular**and therectangular cross sections shows that the torque capacity of the

**circular**crosssection is significantly greater than that of the noncircular section. For example, if

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO FORM DESIGN | 1 |

EFFICIENT AND INEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS | 27 |

DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY | 35 |

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