The latest article in our Hardware Guide teaches product designers and engineers the key methods for analyzing and improving torsional rigidity in design. Defining torsion as the act of twisting along a structural component from an applied load, we focus on the example of the twist induced in a drive shaft when throttle is applied in a race car. The article focuses on how to enhance the torsional rigidity of the design.
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