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In this chapter we will discuss the effects of applying a

straight member such as a shaft or tube. Initially we will consider the member to

have a circular cross section. We will show how to determine both the stress ...

In this chapter we will discuss the effects of applying a

**torsional**loading to a longstraight member such as a shaft or tube. Initially we will consider the member to

have a circular cross section. We will show how to determine both the stress ...

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However, if the shaft is subjected to a series of external torques, or the polar

moment of inertia changes, then the maximum

could be different from one section to the next. If the absolute maximum

stress ...

However, if the shaft is subjected to a series of external torques, or the polar

moment of inertia changes, then the maximum

**torsional**stress within the shaftcould be different from one section to the next. If the absolute maximum

**torsional**stress ...

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The maximum shear stress is then determined from the equation (5-21) Here the

occurs at the base of the fillet, Fig. 5-35c. It can be noted from the graph in Fig.

The maximum shear stress is then determined from the equation (5-21) Here the

**torsion**formula is applied to the smaller of the two connected shafts, since Tmaxoccurs at the base of the fillet, Fig. 5-35c. It can be noted from the graph in Fig.

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