Lecture3 torsion - Strength of Materials I EGCE201 1...

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Strength of Materials I EGCE201 กกกกกกกกกก 1 Instructor: กก . กกกกกกกก กกกกกกกกก ( . กก ) กกกกกกกกก : 6391 กกกกกกกกกกกกกกกกกกก E-mail: egwpr@mahidol.ac.th กกกกกกกก : 66(0) 2889-2138 กกก 6391 www.egmu.net/~civil/wonsiri
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Shearing Stress in Multiple Shafts Static equilibrium must be satisfied. The vector of all applied torques = 0 T A +T B +T C +T D =0 The shearing stress at any point in the shaft is a function of the  Internal torque on a plane containing the point. The maximum  Stress is computed from  J Tc = max τ Radius of the shaft The polar moment of inertia Internal torque
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through which section 1 passes can only be defined once the internal torque is  determined. From the free-body diagram, the internal torque 
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2011 for the course STRUCTURAL 112 taught by Professor Colin during the Spring '11 term at Université Robert Schuman.

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Lecture3 torsion - Strength of Materials I EGCE201 1...

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