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In this article, page 7 - 3 there is a drawing of a Cylinder suffering Torsion. In the next page it says:

ftp://www.bauwesen.fh-muenchen.de/Bauwesen/Konrad/Baustatik_1/Festigkeitslehre/kap07.pdf

γ⋅dx = r⋅dϑ

From my observations i come to tan γ=s/x ; tan ϑ=s/r ; therefore x⋅tan γ = r⋅tan ϑ

But how to understand/find it the way its written? I want to learn how to read those relations differentially.

Thanks in advance!

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