## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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If uniformity along the entire length of the

distribution of stress on the end cross sections which will keep the end cross

sections plane as well. (Of course, this is precisely the distribution of stress

enforced ...

If uniformity along the entire length of the

**shaft**is possible, there must be somedistribution of stress on the end cross sections which will keep the end cross

sections plane as well. (Of course, this is precisely the distribution of stress

enforced ...

Page 170

Examine the homogeneous square

tubes provide no guide to the solution, because only a circular solid or hollow

placed ...

Examine the homogeneous square

**shaft**first (Fig. 8.10). Concentric circulartubes provide no guide to the solution, because only a circular solid or hollow

**shaft**can result from their combination. It is easy to see that no reliance can beplaced ...

Page 171

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

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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