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RE: Torsion on a steel tube and AISC WINTORQ program
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 From: "Carter, Charlie" <carter(nospamat)aisc.org>
 Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2003 09:20:55 0600
Items 1, 2 and 3
below are essentially the same since Ao = b^2 (for a square HSS) and C =
2*t*Ao. Let me delve into the other question a
bit as I can't answer it off the top of my head. It's been a while since I
looked into the details there and I will have to reacquaint myself. I think what
I will find is that the torsional function theta prime reduces to a
function of the same constants above for HSS. But I have to rederive it to be
sure (and here I was just reminiscing in a psot yesterday about whiteboards and
chalkboards).
Charlie

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