Author: Rowe, R E;Cranston, W B;Best, BC
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Rowe, R E;Cranston, W B;Best, BC
Mr. W. J. Larnach (Associate-Member of Council) writes:-
'The author has described a useful method of analysis for frames satisfying his original requirement of complete similarity in each storey, even when this similarity
includes a hinge as indicated in his Fig 1. When the similarity is not complete, then it appears from his remarks under " Other types of frames " that the application of his proposed method can become exceedingly cumbersome.'
This paper describes how a computer programme has been constructed to analyse by a displacement method the elastic-plastic behaviour of plane frames as load is increased proportionally, the main object being to determine the elastic-plastic collapse load.
A. Jennings and K. Majid
The paper deals with the calculation of plastic collapse loads for circular-arc beams built-in at their ends, subtending any angle up to 360° and loaded perpendicular to their planes.