Energy Relationships in Plastic Steel Structuresby B. Rawlings,
Serial Information: Journal of the Structural Division, 1962, Vol. 88, Issue 4, Pg. 159-90
Document Type: Journal Paper
Examination of relationships among various components of energy involved when member of rectangular section and of steel having upper and lower yield stress is bent beyond yield point; expressions are derived for applied, recoverable, dissipated, latent, and complementary energy; use of expressions to determine energy required to cause collapse of simple beam, and to examine redundancies and deformation of redundant structure in partially plastic condition.
Subject Headings: Steel structures | Plastics | Energy recovery | Energy dissipation | Yield stress | Bents (structural) | Steel beams | Material failures | Energy consumption
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