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Torsion of Solid Shafts

Torsion of Solid Shafts

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 Torsion of Solid Shafts
 
Assumptions:
1.The shaft is composed of a succession of thin concentric tubes;2.Each thin tube carries shear forceindependent of, and without interferingwith, its neighbours.3.Lines which are radial before twisting areassumed to remain radial after twisting;4.The shaft is not stressed beyond the elasticlimit.
 
Area, dA = 2
π
r x drIf q is the shear stress at radius r, thenShear force on tube= 2
π
r x dr x q Torque carried by tube= 2
π
r x dr x q x r= 2
π
r
2
q dr
θ=
G rq
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