1. Please see attachment for Question I've put it into microsoft eqn editor.
2. I have not got a clue where to begin i don't want anyone to do it for me but some information on how i can do it for myself would be appreciated.
3. as above
Useful formula
J = (pi/32)*(D^4-d^4)
T/J = Sheer Stress/r
T = Torque
r = Radius of external diameter
D = External diameter
d = Internal diameter
These are some formula I've tried working through but i need J or D to work it through.
I'm :confused: I'm OK at electrical theory but mechanical just doesn't compute.
I have the following question if anyone can help.
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Thankyou Hallsofivy
I did think i should be using trig identities . I was a little confused:confused: because the question was taken directly from a book it is written exactly as i wrote it in my request.
P.S sorry about my grammer as i was rushing before work.
Thanks again
Chris...
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