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Torsion
 304 Maximum Shearing Stress and Angle of Twist of a Steel Shaft
 305 Minimum Diameter of Steel Shaft With Allowable Angle of Twist
 306 Maximum Shearing Stress of Marine Propeller Shaft
 307 Power Transmitted by Solid Steel Shaft of Unknown Diameter
 308 Maximum Horsepower That Can be Transmitted by Steel Shaft
 309 Finding the Diameter of a Propeller Shaft Transmitting a Power
 310 Strength Comparison of Hollow and Solid Steel Shafts of Equal Outside Diameters
 311 Aluminum Shaft Loaded by Multiple Torques Applied at Gears
 312 Deformation of Flexible Shaft Made From Steel Wire Encased in Stationary Tube
 313 Maximum Torque That Can be Applied to a Hollow Steel Shaft
 314 Maximum Shear and Relative Gear Rotation of a Compound Steel Shaft
 315 Power Applied and Removed at Shaft Gears
 316 Permissible Torque That Can Be Applied to a Compound Shaft
 Solution to Problem 317 Torsion
 Solution to Problem 318 Torsion
 Solution to Problem 319 Torsion
 Solution to Problem 320 Torsion
 Solution to Problem 321 Torsion
 Solution to Problem 322 Torsion
 Solution to Problem 323 Torsion
 Solution to Problem 324 Torsion
 Solution to Problem 325 Torsion
 Flanged bolt couplings
 Torsion of thinwalled tube
 Helical Springs

Torsion
 Shear and Moment in Beams
 Stresses in Beams
 Beam Deflections
 Restrained Beams
 Continuous Beams
 Combined Stresses
 Reinforced Beams
 Properties of Wide Flange Sections
im confused on why do we n
im confused on why do we need to use the larger diameter
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In reply to im confused on why do we n by fatigue01
It is actually a good thing to ponder. It will be enjoyable and at your best advantage to reason it out yourself.
the outermost fiber of a
In reply to im confused on why do we n by fatigue01
the outermost fiber of a material is where the shearing stress is at maximum that is why we always use the outside diameter of a shaft when dealing with torsion