Poisson effect

Poisson effect

[pwä¦soni‚fekt]
(fluid mechanics)
The deflection of a spinning projectile with right-handed spin to the right, and vice versa. Also known as cushion effect.
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The aim of this work is to calculate stresses on cylindrical MB's and with regard to Poisson effect, to examine its influence on stress, stiffness and errors produced in case of neglecting this effect.
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