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By Mohamed Shama

In the previous few a long time, a lot examine paintings used to be performed to enhance send constitution research and layout. lots of the efforts have been directed to enhance the power of hull girder and to take advantage of the strategy of finite aspect research extra successfully and successfully. end result of the excessive measure of complexity of send constructions the interplay among hull girder energy and native energy require certain consciousness. The advanced approach of stresses may produce unacceptable deformations and excessive values of identical stresses. This booklet covers a space of send constitution research and layout that has no longer been exhaustively lined by way of different books on send constructions in an easy shape. It offers the elemental thoughts of the tools and tactics required to calculate torsion and shear stresses in send constructions. in addition, it really is more advantageous with a suite of a few solved and unsolved difficulties, very worthwhile for college kids of naval and marine engineering.

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11. Hence the shear flow is given by q ¼ T=2At Fig. 1 Assuming a thin-walled closed box-girder is subjected to a constant torque T Solution Let q = shear flow around the periphery of the closed section, see Fig. 12. Hence the torque is given by T¼2ÁqÁA Fig. J = torsional rigidity. , the section is not subjected to any warping. 7 Torsion of a Uniform Thin-Walled Tube 13 Fig. 13 Angle of twist due to torsion of a thin-walled tube The angular deformation c is given by see Fig. 13. 2 Torsion Shear Stress The torsion shear stress is given by s ¼ Gc ¼ GRh The applied torque is given by, see Fig.

1 Torsion of Thin-Walled Variable Section Beams In this case, plane sections no longer remain plane and torsion deformation is accompanied with warping deformation. The degree of warping of the section depends on the type of end constraints. In general, there are two cases for the calculation of warping 1. Free warping, 2. Constrained warping. 1 Free Warping A thin-walled open section free at both ends and subjected to a torsional moment experiences rotational deformation as well as linear warping deformation, see Fig.

1 Torsion of Thin-Walled Variable Section Beams In this case, plane sections no longer remain plane and torsion deformation is accompanied with warping deformation. The degree of warping of the section depends on the type of end constraints. In general, there are two cases for the calculation of warping 1. Free warping, 2. Constrained warping. 1 Free Warping A thin-walled open section free at both ends and subjected to a torsional moment experiences rotational deformation as well as linear warping deformation, see Fig.

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