The following lists a number of corrections to the current published version.
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Figure 2.21: The force at each end is T/l (torque divided by length). The equation stated in the caption is the total twisting forces on the object.
Example 2.7: The rotational force here is the sum of twisting forces on the ends of the object.
Example 2.8: Similarly 2057 N is the combined twisting forces.
Chapter 2 revision question 1: Option A. 1.485 T
Example 4.2: T m-1 should read T s-1.
Equation 4.11a-c L01= 0.8 Rh(1+0.36/teff) ;L12= 1.0 Rh(1+0.36/teff); L2=1.2 Rh(1+0.36/teff)
Chapter 5: Steffan should read Stefan.
Chapter 7 p 164. The inverse probability weight adjusted risk of hearing loss is 1.04.
Table 8.2: Concentration is in mmol ml-1.
Page 205 Mythbuster: High conductivity results in more RF heating.
Page 210: dB/dt should read dB/dz.
Examples 9.1, 9.2, 9.6, 10.6, 11.15: These calculations are for the net twisting forces on the object.
Chapter 11 p265: T/m not “T/s”.
Equation 11.3: similarly shows the sum of twisting forces.
Equation A1.83: This is the resistance per unit length: Rm/d.
Equation A1.84: Multiplying constant is 1/6.
Answers to revision questions: Chapter 2 question 5: the correct answer is C.