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Fermat
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Is torsion applied around an axis "sheer" force?
ie the failure mode for cylindrical part being twisted apart.
Would that be remedied by a material suited more for elongation or should I aim for the next failure to be a "hard" or brittle break?

8/25/2017 3:44:21 AM

theDuke866
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It's both. Read up on Mohr's Circle.

As far as failure mode, it depends on if it's pure torsion, or if there's a compression/tension load as well...plus I think probably the material and the dimensions of the component.

8/26/2017 6:18:12 PM

dtownral
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draw a cube for a random section somewhere inside the bolt, then make a free body diagram for that cube

8/26/2017 10:11:21 PM

NeuseRvrRat
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fermat is a very ineffective communicator

8/27/2017 12:05:22 PM

0EPII1
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https://www.brentroad.com/message_topic.aspx?topic=649154

8/28/2017 5:09:49 AM

afripino
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also, if your knuckles are exposed, be prepared for a hard break.

8/29/2017 10:00:15 AM

Fermat
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sorry. I meant "shear" force.
fuckin vowels

12/16/2017 8:17:15 AM

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