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The equivalent static torque required to initiate this deflection is Te = [2Uk,)xi2

The shear-stress equation for a torsionally impacted solid round shaft is

Analogous to the axial case, the

can be ...

The equivalent static torque required to initiate this deflection is Te = [2Uk,)xi2

The shear-stress equation for a torsionally impacted solid round shaft is

Analogous to the axial case, the

**energy stored**in the rod upon torsional impactcan be ...

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Kurt M. Marshek. 9-2

INEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS 129 °max '/////////////. Stress diagram (a) ffmax '//

/////, Stress diagram (W FIGURE 9-2. Two tensile bars having the same strength

but different ...

Kurt M. Marshek. 9-2

**ENERGY STORAGE**FOR EFFICIENT VERSUSINEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS 129 °max '/////////////. Stress diagram (a) ffmax '//

/////, Stress diagram (W FIGURE 9-2. Two tensile bars having the same strength

but different ...

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The

stepped rod is the sum of its parts and can be written as For the uniform rod, the

The

**energy stored**in the top half is therefore SE The total energy capacity for thestepped rod is the sum of its parts and can be written as For the uniform rod, the

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO FORM DESIGN | 1 |

EFFICIENT AND INEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS | 27 |

DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY | 35 |

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