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If a

which is originally straight, will be twisted into a helix AC as the shaft is twisted

through the angle 8. This helix is formed as follows: Imagine the shaft to consist of

...

If a

**torque**T is applied at the ends of the shaft, a fiber AB on the outside surface,which is originally straight, will be twisted into a helix AC as the shaft is twisted

through the angle 8. This helix is formed as follows: Imagine the shaft to consist of

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Using the relation between P, and P2, Eq. (3-5) will determine the

of the coupling. A similar procedure may be used for three or more concentric bolt

circles. As we shall see in Chapter 12, this situation occurs in eccentrically ...

Using the relation between P, and P2, Eq. (3-5) will determine the

**torque**capacityof the coupling. A similar procedure may be used for three or more concentric bolt

circles. As we shall see in Chapter 12, this situation occurs in eccentrically ...

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For the plastic portion, it is T0 = J p(Typ dA) = Typ J p(2xp dp) = — (r3 - r])rw The

total

The fully plastic case shown in Fig. 14-2c cannot be reached because it ...

For the plastic portion, it is T0 = J p(Typ dA) = Typ J p(2xp dp) = — (r3 - r])rw The

total

**torque**is their sum 7rr3 27r which reduces to r = — 7-yp + — (r3 - rf)Ty (14-1)The fully plastic case shown in Fig. 14-2c cannot be reached because it ...

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