Torsion
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The twist or deformation of a body set up by a torque.
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Torsion Theories
- Saint Venant torsion theory - basic torsion theory for which warping is not restrained
- Vlasov torsion theory - more general torsion theory for which warping can be restrained
Notation
The following notation is used throughout the torsion topic, unless noted otherwise:
- ... bimoment
- ... sectorial moment of inertia
- ... angle of rotation due to torsional moment
- ... first derivative of with respect to the local X axis of the member
- ... second derivative of with respect to the local X axis of the member
- ... third derivative of with respect to the local X axis of the member
See Also
References
- AISC Design Guide 9: Torsional Analysis of Structural Steel Members (1996)
- Michael R. Lindeburg: Civil Engineering Reference Manual for the PE Exam, 9th Edition, 2003, p. 45-14 (eq. 45.54)
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