Effect of Deflection on Lateral Buckling Strengthby J.W. Clark,
Serial Information: Journal of the Engineering Mechanics Division, 1958, Vol. 84, Issue 2, Pg. 1-18
Document Type: Journal Paper
Abstract: Effect of deflection on critical moment is found to be larger when member has ends simply supported in lateral direction than when lateral restraint is provided; in preparation of design rules for beams, effect of deflection need not be considered and, in case of beam columns, only effect of deflection that need be taken into account is increase in bending moment caused by deflection.
Subject Headings: Displacement (mechanics) | Moment (mechanics) | Beam columns | Beams | Case studies | Bending (structural) | Buckling | Structural strength |
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