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If the torque produces the maximum elastic

of the shaft, then the

look like that shown in Fig. 5-3%. To establish the shear-stress distribution, we ...

If the torque produces the maximum elastic

**shear strain**yy, at the outer boundaryof the shaft, then the

**shear**-**strain**distribution along a radial line of the shaft willlook like that shown in Fig. 5-3%. To establish the shear-stress distribution, we ...

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What should the minimum

a plastic torque? SOLUTION Maximum Elastic Torque. We require the shear

stress at the outer fiber to be 20 MPa. Using the torsion formula, we have Ty =

TyC ...

What should the minimum

**shear strain**at the outer radius be in order to developa plastic torque? SOLUTION Maximum Elastic Torque. We require the shear

stress at the outer fiber to be 20 MPa. Using the torsion formula, we have Ty =

TyC ...

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For example, if the principal in-plane strains are emax and eim, while the out-of-

plane principal strain is emin = 0, Fig. 10- 15a, then the three Mohr's circles

describing the normal and

the x' ...

For example, if the principal in-plane strains are emax and eim, while the out-of-

plane principal strain is emin = 0, Fig. 10- 15a, then the three Mohr's circles

describing the normal and

**shear strain**components for elements oriented aboutthe x' ...

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