The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 15 (1937) > Issues > Issue 9 > Notes on the Stability of Columns and Beams
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Notes on the Stability of Columns and Beams

IT is proposed in the following pages to write generally on the theoretical and practical aspects of elastic stability. No doubt part, of the ground covered is already familiar, but it is considered necessary to include the elementary principles, so that there may be as few gaps as possible in the argument. Thus we may have some idea of the theoretical effects of various combinations of loading and end conditions and it may then be seen to what extent we are justified in relying on any particularly fixed or stlereotyped method of design for such a wide range of conditions. A. Noel Procter

Author(s): Procter, A Noel

Keywords: stability;beams;columns;design theories