The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 50 (1972) > Issues > Issue 2 > A Proposed Methods for the Design of Thin-walled Beams which Buckle Locally
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A Proposed Methods for the Design of Thin-walled Beams which Buckle Locally

Explicit expressions for the local buckling of a generally imperfect, simply supported plate are used to develop a simple method for the design of thin-walled beams. Comparison with test results for lipped-channel beams shows that the method gives good agreement with both collapse asymmoments and elastic deflexions. R.G. Dawson and A.C. Walker