Theorem of perpendicular axis, Mechanical Engineering

Theorem of perpendicular axis

It states that if IXX and IYY  be the M.I. of plane section about the two mutually perpendicular axes meeting at a point. The M.I. IZZ which is perpendicular to plane and passing through intersection of X-X and Y-Y can be given by the relation

IZZ = IXX + IYY

IZZ  called as Polar moment of inertia also.

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