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What Is and Is Not Torsion

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One definition of torsion is the act of twisting or turning. Would this apply to the following examples?

- helicopter blades normally rotating around

- knees and arms bending

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Since this question refers to physics, one might want to use the physical definition of torsion:

Torsion:
The stress or deformation caused when one end of an object ...

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163 words to explain whether helicopter blades and bending limbs count as torsion.

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