1. A solid shaft ABCD of diameter d is fixed at A and subjected to torques applied at equally spaced points B and C as indicated in the figure. [total length L, torsional rigidity Glp.]. a. Determine the reacting torques at A and D. b. Draw a diagram showing the variation of the torque in the different segments. c. What is the minimum required diameter if the material has an allowable stress tallow? d. Find the twist of the points B and C relative to A. 3т. 5T

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1. A solid shaft ABCD of diameter d is fixed at A and
subjected to torques applied at equally spaced
points B and C as indicated in the figure. [total
length L, torsional rigidity Glp.].
a. Determine the reacting torques at A and D.
b. Draw a diagram showing the variation of the
torque in the different segments.
c. What is the minimum required diameter if the
material has an allowable stress tallow?
d. Find the twist of the points B and C relative to A.
3т.
5T

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1. A solid shaft ABCD of diameter d is fixed at A and subjected to torques applied at equally spaced points B and C as indicated in the figure. [total length L, torsional rigidity Glp.]. a. Determine the reacting torques at A and D. b. Draw a diagram showing the variation of the torque in the different segments. c. What is the minimum required diameter if the material has an allowable stress tallow? d. Find the twist of the points B and C relative to A. 3т. 5T

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