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could anyone explain to me how a change in a shaft diameter affect the Torque.

let's say D1/D2=1.5, should i assume Torque2 = Torque1 / 1.5 ?

thanks for your help

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could anyone explain to me how a change in a shaft diameter affect the Torque.

let's say D1/D2=1.5, should i assume Torque2 = Torque1 / 1.5 ?

thanks for your help

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indeed it is one shaft having an abrubt change in diameter along its lenght.

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Please state the problem statement, noting all variables and given/known data; list the relevant equations you think you might need to solve the problem; and show some attempt at a solution.indeed it is one shaft having an abrubt change in diameter along its lenght.

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