Column Buckling Loads by the Conjugate Beam Method

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Column Buckling Loads by the Conjugate Beam Method

The Structural Engineer
Column Buckling Loads by the Conjugate Beam Method
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Zaslavsky, Aron

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The paper deals with the approximate analysis of elastic columns and beam-columns by the conjugate beam method (CBM). It is shown that in many cases the method yields results very quickly and with a good degree of accuracy. Aron Zaslavsky

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