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2-4 TORSION AND UNIFORM-SHEAR STRESS A

produces a stress distribution at each cross section that has a zero value in the

shaft center and a maximum value at the outside diameter of the shaft. Thus the ...

2-4 TORSION AND UNIFORM-SHEAR STRESS A

**solid shaft**subjected to torsionproduces a stress distribution at each cross section that has a zero value in the

shaft center and a maximum value at the outside diameter of the shaft. Thus the ...

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The membrane analogy can be applied to predict the relative torsional stiffness of

a solid versus a hollow shaft. The actual volume under the membrane for a

hollow-shaft cross section is equal to the volume found under a

the ...

The membrane analogy can be applied to predict the relative torsional stiffness of

a solid versus a hollow shaft. The actual volume under the membrane for a

hollow-shaft cross section is equal to the volume found under a

**solid shaft**minusthe ...

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Figure 8-9 gives a comparison of the critical lengths of solid and hollow steel *

shafts subjected to compressive force or ... compressive or torsion loading, the

critical length of the hollow tube is significantly greater than that of the

Figure 8-9 gives a comparison of the critical lengths of solid and hollow steel *

shafts subjected to compressive force or ... compressive or torsion loading, the

critical length of the hollow tube is significantly greater than that of 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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