The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 34 (1956) > Issues > Issue 9 > Critical loads of tall building frames (Part III)
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Critical loads of tall building frames (Part III)

In Part I of this series we have discussed thelateral stability of tall single bay frames. General formulae relating to the sway of members when stability effects are important were given and these will be used again herein. To introduce the problem a particular family of single bay frames was solved analytically and an extension to multi-bay frames was also given. R. E. Bowles and W. Merchant

Author(s): Bowles, R E;Merchant, W

Keywords: multistorey buildings;frames;stability;sway