The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 10 (1932) > Issues > Issue 5 > Side-Buckling of Steel Beams
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Side-Buckling of Steel Beams

DURING the discussion of the paper on “The Effect of Existing Regulations on Pillar Design in Steel-framed Buildings,” the writer promised to give particulars of some tests which were made at the L.C.C. School of Building on the side-buckling of a steel beam. These particulars and results should have appeared in The Structural Engineer for April, but owing to illness, the writer was unable to prepare them. F.E. Drury

Author(s): Drury, F E

Keywords: steel;beams;lateral loads;tests;bending moments;buckling