## 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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oa sin 0 cos 0 — Oc sin 0 cos 0 (11.2:4) Note that, in the two-dimensional

sketches, the

acts is measured positive in the counterclockwise sense. Note especially that rn,

is taken ...

oa sin 0 cos 0 — Oc sin 0 cos 0 (11.2:4) Note that, in the two-dimensional

sketches, the

**angle**0 between the inclined plane and the plane on which <raacts is measured positive in the counterclockwise sense. Note especially that rn,

is taken ...

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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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