inelastic buckling

inelastic buckling

[‚in·ə′las·tik ′bək·liŋ]
(mechanics)
Sudden increase of deflection or twist in a column when compressive stress reaches the elastic limit but before elastic buckling develops.
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His research evaluated the elastic critical loads for flexural, torsional, and plate buckling and considers inelastic buckling with respect to residual stress distribution in hot-rolled members.
Similar to Smith [2], Trahair evaluated the elastic critical loads for flexural, torsional, and plate buckling and considers inelastic buckling with respect to residual stress distribution in hot-rolled members.
Alexander, "Nonlinear stress-strain behaviour of corrosion-damaged reinforcing bars including inelastic buckling," Engineering Structures, vol.
Alexander, "Finite element investigation of the influence of corrosion pattern on inelastic buckling and cyclic response of corroded reinforcing bars," Engineering Structures, vol.
Bayrak, "Inelastic buckling of reinforcing bars," Journal of Structural Engineering, vol.
These observations from the experimental studies suggest that the combined effect of inelastic buckling and nonuniform pitting corrosion results in a significant reduction in low-cycle fatigue life of corroded RC elements.
Furthermore the impact of corrosion on ductility loss, reduced low-cycle fatigue life and inelastic buckling of vertical reinforcement, and corrosion induced damage to cover and core confined concrete are ignored.
The loading capacity of these structures is closely related to the overall and local stability of thin-walled members, leading to the investigation of the elastic and inelastic buckling analysis of these members.
Kitipornchai and Lee (1984) reported an experimental investigation into the inelastic buckling of axially loaded pin-ended single angle, tee, and double angle struts.
Inelastic buckling of steel struts under cyclic load reversals.
Measures taken to increase the critical stress of elastic buckling effect on favorable on behavior in the zone of inelastic buckling and on mechanism of boundary conditions.
20c shows the inelastic buckling mode of the inner core, which was expected as a normal response of this system because of the presence of an inner clearance of 1 mm per each side of the yielding core.