Behavior and Maximum Strength of Metal Columns

by Richard H. Batterman,
Bruce G. Johnston,

Serial Information: Journal of the Structural Division, 1967, Vol. 93, Issue 2, Pg. 205-230

Document Type: Journal Paper

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By means of digital computer simulation, the complete load-deformation history of a column may be obtained. Thus, about 1,000 simulated column tests have provided a basis to establish systematically the maximum strength and to study the behavior of both straight and initially crooked columns for various yield point steels and a typical aluminum alloy. The effects of residual stress, alone or in combination with initial crookedness, are systematically evaluated for steel columns.

Subject Headings: Structural strength | Columns | Metals (material) | Steel columns | Strength of materials | Deformation (mechanics) | History | Computer models

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