lateral buckling

lateral buckling, lateral-torsional buckling

The buckling of a structural member which involves lateral deflection and twist.
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However, it is speculated that lateral buckling or local buckling might be easier to occur, because of deterioration of stiffness of the RBS portion.
Loading capacities curves for I-section runway beams according to bottom flange bending and lateral buckling, Machine Design, 181-186 p.
The lateral buckling deformation of three different positions on the bolted steel plates was shown in Figures 8(b)8(d): Point A represents the midpoint of the compressive edge, Point B represents the centre of plate, and Point C represents the midpoint of the tensile edge.
Lee and Bang developed an approach for estimation of lateral buckling of a wind turbine tower with a thin circular wall through finite element (FE) analysis to ensure structure safety [8].
In addition some of the deepwater oil pipelines are on very soft sea bed and are susceptible to axial and lateral movement (or walking) of pipelines due to cyclic thermal changes and lateral buckling due to thermal expansion under operating conditions.
The following ultimate limit states were checked: tension force, compression force, bending moment, shear force, compound bending, interaction between internal forces, and resistance to lateral buckling.
Interconnections provided at regular intervals were used to prevent lateral buckling. Analysis showed that every specimen failed at the end of a lap under combined bending and shear.
These proceedings of the May 2007 conference include papers on algorithmic and topology optimization (including global versus local statement of stress constraints in topology optimization of continuum structures), shape optimization (including optimization of geometry for the lateral buckling process of a cantilever beam), and applications in construction engineering, mechanical and aircraft engineering and process optimization.
Two sets of lateral supporting wood frames were installed near both ends of wall specimens to prevent lateral buckling deformation.
The current load resistance factor design (LRFD) equations for I-joist lateral buckling assume that the compression flange acts as a column restrained in the direction of the web.

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