TORSION. FIGURES FOR CHAPTER 3. Click the mouse or use the arrow keys to move to the next page. Use the ESC key to exit this chapter. FIG. 3-1 Torsion of a screwdriver due to a torque T applied to the handle. FIG. 3-2 Circular bar subjected to torsion by torques T 1 and T 2.
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FIG. 3-21 Analysis of stresses on inclined planes: (a) element in pure shear, (b) stresses acting on a triangular stress element, and (c) forces acting on the triangular stress element (free-body diagram)
FIG. 3-25 Strains in pure shear: (a) shear distortion of an element oriented at q = 0, and (b) distortion of an element oriented at q = 45°
FIG. 3-27a Stress and strain elements for the tube of Example 3-6: (a) maximum shear stresses, and (b) maximum tensile and compressive stresses
FIG. 3-27b Stress and strain elements for the tube of Example 3-6: (c) maximum shear strains, and (d) maximum tensile and compressive strains