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# Determine the shear stress developed on a 3-m circular shaft with D=250 mm, G = 83GPa...

Determine the shear stress developed on a 3-m circular shaft with D=250 mm, G = 83GPa applied with the torque, T = 100 kN-m,

a. at the center of the cross-section

b. at a point 50 mm away from the center

c. at a point 100 mm away from the center

d. maximum distance from the center

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