Handout Mohrs Circle for Torsion Case Ch3
Date: September 5, 2014
Stresses and Strains in Pure Shear; stresses on Inclined Sections (Mohr circle equations of Chapter 3). Consider the shaft AB
subjected to the torsional load T as shown in Fig. 1. Two micro
Special Pop Quiz (Chapter 4) #1
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Consider the cantilever beam AB (see Fig. 1) carrying a point load force P and a moment M1 =PL at its end, x=L (point B) and a
distributive load q=2P/L from point A (x=
SPQ (Chapter 4) #2
Friday, September 23, 2011
Consider the simple beam ABC (see Figure) carrying distributive load q=2P/L on its BC overhang. P and L are given.
x is measured from left end at A.
In all cases below, the method
A positive torque T is applied to the shaft as shown in Fig. 1; it generates a positive angle of twist together with shear
stress = xy(r) and shear strain = xy(r) for radius r, 0<rR. Assumptions: ?
(a) Derive Torsion Formula for case of solid shaf