Poynting effect


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Poynting effect

[′pȯin·tiŋ i‚fekt]
(mechanics)
The effect of torsion of a very long cylindrical rod on its length.
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Xiao and He [10] gave a unified exact analysis for the Poynting effects of cylindrical tubes at finite strains, made of Hill's class of elastic materials.
He, "A unified exact analysis for the Poynting effects of cylindrical tubes made of Hill's class of Hookean compressible elastic materials at finite strain," International Journal of Solids and Structures, vol.