On the torsional rigidity for bars with L- and +-cross-section
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This paper is a continuation of the senior author's previous papers[1–3]. Using the harmonic continuation technique, the torsional rigidity for bars with L- and +-cross-section can be easily found. Numerical results are shown in Tables 1–3 respectively.
KeywordsMathematical Modeling Industrial Mathematic Senior Author Torsional Rigidity Continuation Technique
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