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Practical Determination of the Buckling Load of a Prismatic Element

There are numerous theories-some very recent-for calculating the buckling load of a prismatic beam or column, but few practical methods of determining it. It is about one of these methods that I wish to speak. A. Lazard

Author(s): Lazard, A

Keywords: buckling;loads;beams;columns;analysis