The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 36 (1958) > Issues > Issue 6 > Critical Loads of Tall Building Frames (PART IV)
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Critical Loads of Tall Building Frames (PART IV)

A PREVIOUS paper, "The Failure Load of Rigid A Jointed Frameworks as Influenced by Stability," published in this Journal in July 1954 introduced the idea that elastic critical loads are one of the important parameters governing the behaviour of frameworks. As one side of a research project on the combined effects of plasticity and stability on frameworks, attention was therefore directed to the problem of calculating critical loads. This paper concludes a series of papers on the critical loads of Tall Building Frames. R. E. Bowles and W. Merchant

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

Keywords: multistorey buildings;frames;stability