en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torsion_(mechanics)

In the field of solid mechanics, **torsion** is the twisting of an object due to an
applied torque. **Torsion** is expressed in newton per squared meter (Pa) or pound
per squared inch (psi) while torque is expressed in newton metres (N·m) or foot-
pound **force** (ft·lbf).

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Dec 3, 2013 **...** **TORSION FORCE** Presented by TASFIA AHMED 10.01.03.069.

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Jun 15, 2013 **...** The relationship between **torsional forces**, shear strain and polar moments of
inertia. - References for Torsion with worked examples.

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One of the most common examples of **torsion** in engineering design is the ... was
a twisting couple, which means that it has units of **force** times distance, or [N m].

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Jun 23, 2000 **...** Analogously to our definition of normal stress as **force** per unit area. 1 .... Shafts in
**torsion** are used in almost all rotating machinery, as in our ...

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The **torsion** of solid or hollow shafts - Polar Moment of Inertia of Area. ...
momentum, energy of objects and more; Statics - Loads - **force** and torque,
beams and ...

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**Torsion** means twisting. If you are applying a **force** to a manual screwdriver , you
are applying **torsion**. Similarly, a rod being turned by a mechanism around i...

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Apr 26, 2017 **...** They learn about the different kinds of stress each **force** exerts on objects. ...
Explain how moments create bending and **torsion** loads on ...

www.dictionaryofconstruction.com/definition/torsion-force.html

Definition of **torsion force**: A force acting on a body that tends to twist the body. (
Twisting action).