## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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4.6 Txr and t„ are

and uniformity along the length of the tube. and of uniformity along the length. It is

valid, therefore, even in a disturbed end region. Both the outer and the inner ...

4.6 Txr and t„ are

**zero**at the inner and outer radius independently of symmetryand uniformity along the length of the tube. and of uniformity along the length. It is

valid, therefore, even in a disturbed end region. Both the outer and the inner ...

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If

square, the right angle between the edge parallel to the axis of the shaft and

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 thesquare, the right angle between the edge parallel to the axis of the shaft and

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

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They (and the corresponding cross shears) must be

on principal stresses are correct. The next step of the proof is to indicate the

orientation of the two planes of secondary principal stresses <t{, <r, (tj, = 0) for the

set ...

They (and the corresponding cross shears) must be

**zero**if previous statementson principal stresses are correct. The next step of the proof is to indicate the

orientation of the two planes of secondary principal stresses <t{, <r, (tj, = 0) for the

set ...

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