Failure of Columns Laterally Supported on One Flange

Author: Horne, M R;Ajmani, Jagdish Lal

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Failure of Columns Laterally Supported on One Flange

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Failure of Columns Laterally Supported on One Flange
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Seventeen tests on columns, supported laterally by side-rails on one flange and subjected to axial load in the presence of either uniform or linearly varying moments about the major axis have been conducted to study the behaviour of such columns in the inelastic and postbuckling range. The results have been compared with criteria which have been derived for fhe formation of plastic hinges in such columns. Michael Rex Horne and Jagdish Lal Ajmani

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