creep buckling

creep buckling

[′krēp ‚bək·liŋ]
(mechanics)
Buckling that may occur when a compressive load is maintained on a member over a long period, leading to creep which eventually reduces the member's bending stiffness.
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Abstract: Paper presents creep buckling numerical modeling of steel beam-type structure.
Afterwards, for geometrically and materially nonlinear creep buckling analysis shell finite element model is used.
For a creep buckling analysis, the frame is loaded with three different constant forces: 4 MN (it is about 0.
The critical creep buckling times obtained for different chemical composition carbon steels at different temperatures are listed in Table 2.
Numerical simulation of creep buckling is a fast way of prediction of such phenomena.
Even though this analysis includes only creep buckling at constant temperature levels, with slight modifications it is possible to expand it to non-constant temperature environment conditions e.
Future research will also encompass development of a creep buckling computer algorithm based on beam finite elements.
2006), Beam model for creep buckling analysis, Proceedings of 5th International Congress of Croatian Society of Mechanics, September, 21-23, Trogir/Split, Croatia, ISBN 953-96243-8-X, Matejcek, F.
Since the adjustments made are expected to result in the hydrostatic load case proving the critical determinant of liner wall thickness or ring stiffness in most practical situations, it was considered a timely opportunity also to update the ASTM design procedure for the related limited state of restrained creep buckling.
Designer Linear Viscoelastic Material Properties Tailored To Minimize Probabilistic Failures for Dynamic Composite Creep Buckling