Sorry, no. It should say "in such a way that". The incorrect use of "such that" is one of my "linguistic pet peeves".
But you're right that simply "arranged in a way" is not acceptable. I was just about to comment on that.
(Coincidentally, confusion between "subject to" and "subjected to" is another pet peeve of mine. Usually it happens the other way round, with people apparently thinking that "subject to" sounds better, so that they write, for instance, "Last night a young man was subject to a vicious attack ...".)
In the sentence under discussion, I simply don't have enough knowledge to say whether "subjected" is 100% wrong, or whether the flexible joint might be subjected to torsional loading from time to time.