Buckling of Plates Subjected to Localized Edge Loading

Author: Khan, M Z;Walker, A C

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Buckling of Plates Subjected to Localized Edge Loading

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Buckling of Plates Subjected to Localized Edge Loading
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Khan, M Z;Walker, A C

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The initial buckling of flat rectangular plates subjected to localized loading is analysed by a simple theoretical method in this paper. It is shown that the buckling loads may be derived as general expressions involving the plate loading and geometric parameters and that when compared with particular values obtained from a computer finite-element solution, they are accurate over a wide range of values of these parameters. M.Z. Khan and A.C. Walker

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