Creep Buckling of Long Columns

Author: Dilger, W;Neville, A M

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Creep Buckling of Long Columns

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Creep Buckling of Long Columns
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Dilger, W;Neville, A M

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A simple method is presented for fhe calculation of the creep buckling load of long columns on the basis of strain distribution in concrete under a sustained load and the consequent change in the moment of resistance of the critical secfion in the column. W. Dilger and A.M. Neville

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