## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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Therefore, at each stage in the twisting deformation the circle remains a circle

with the central

not rule out a change in radius or an axial displacement, nor does it restrict the ...

Therefore, at each stage in the twisting deformation the circle remains a circle

with the central

**angle**between any two points unchanged. Axial symmetry doesnot rule out a change in radius or an axial displacement, nor does it restrict the ...

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If zero shear strain is to correspond to the zero shear stress at the corners of the

square, the right

each of the perpendicular lines on the faces prior to twisting must remain a right ...

If zero shear strain is to correspond to the zero shear stress at the corners of the

square, the right

**angle**between the edge parallel to the axis of the shaft andeach of the perpendicular lines on the faces prior to twisting must remain a right ...

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This plane makes an

10,000-psi stress acts. Therefore the corresponding point on the circle is on the

radial line from the center which makes an

This plane makes an

**angle**of 30° counterclockwise with the plane on which the10,000-psi stress acts. Therefore the corresponding point on the circle is on the

radial line from the center which makes an

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