buckling load

buckling load

The load, 1 under which a structural member distorts under compression.

buckling load, Brit. crippling load

The axial load at which a perfectly straight column or structural member starts to bend.
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Or should the formula be specific to manholes and incorporate the compressive strength of the material to calculate the buckling load and thereby determine the required wall thickness of the new product?
Calculate the buckling load for an axially compressed simply supported beam on Winkler's foundation.
That means that loss of stability may occur during a period of exploitation of structure even for loads lower than critical buckling load.
At first, researchers focused on the determination of the buckling load in the linear elastic zone, but experimental studies showed that the buckling capacity of thin cylindrical shells is much lower than the amount determined in the classic theories [3, 4].
The increase of the critical buckling load and carrying capacity in comparison with not reinforced girder amounted 340% and 60% respectively.
Furthermore, the buckling load factor under the peak gas load has to be permissible.
If the minimum cost WOB needs more compression than the critical buckling load (CBL) of drill collars, than the maximum value of WOB has to be reduced to CBL of the drill collars.
An unbraced cantilever beam test method was used to determine the critical buckling load (CBL) of two I-joist materials with SCL flanges.
7 Influence of Plate Flexibility on the Buckling Load of Multilayer Rubber Isolators
e] denotes the elastic buckling load by the Euler equation.