buckling stress

buckling stress

[′bək·liŋ ‚stres]
(mechanics)
Force exerted by the crippling load.
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The CUFSM software provides signature curve to obtain critical local and distortional buckling stress values which is used to calculate the strength in DSM.
The minimum elastic distortional buckling stress occurs when the half wave length equals 279.
The theoretical buckling stress of a flat structural element is the stress at which an exchange of stable equilibrium configurations occurs between the straight and the slightly bent forms [5].
But for the steel bridge, critical buckling stress of bridge would be reduced greatly due to rapid increase of temperature and decrease of elastic modulus.
It revealed that the using CFRP to slender sections increases axial capacity, strength-to-weight ratio, and elastic buckling stress up to 4 times.
In the compression bending test, buckling behavior might influence stress-strain behavior after buckling, so buckling stress ([[sigma].
Another aspect of this work is the investigation how the layers arrangement order in the laminate affects on the cell's critical buckling stress.
010 Table 3: Section dimensions and critical buckling stress Sl.
Many formulas of estimating buckling stress and moment of the cylinder under bending have been explained, but not considering the internal pressure.
Substituting these two expression in the Euler buckling stress expression becomes