## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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The moment about the axis of the bar Mx = T is called a twisting moment, or

moments. Bars are found as elements of so many different structures and

machines, that they ...

The moment about the axis of the bar Mx = T is called a twisting moment, or

**torque**; the two other components of moment My, M, are termed bendingmoments. Bars are found as elements of so many different structures and

machines, that they ...

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When the shear stress becomes a uniform r0, ,p > vo, no additional

carried. The plastic-limit, or collapse, twisting moment T0 is given by as

compared with the twisting moment for first yield, The ratio T0/TY = \$ = $ is large

but not ...

When the shear stress becomes a uniform r0, ,p > vo, no additional

**torque**can becarried. The plastic-limit, or collapse, twisting moment T0 is given by as

compared with the twisting moment for first yield, The ratio T0/TY = \$ = $ is large

but not ...

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B. Determine a mathematical expression for the variation of

8.5 Assume a linear-work-hardening idealization for a structural aluminum alloy,

with (?,an in the plastic range = C7/20, G = 4,000,000 psi. The yield point tY is ...

B. Determine a mathematical expression for the variation of

**torque**T with time.8.5 Assume a linear-work-hardening idealization for a structural aluminum alloy,

with (?,an in the plastic range = C7/20, G = 4,000,000 psi. The yield point tY is ...

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