The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 51 (1973) > Issues > Issue 7 > Discussion on Failures of Columns Laterally Supported on One Flange by Michael Rex Horne and Jagdish
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Discussion on Failures of Columns Laterally Supported on One Flange by Michael Rex Horne and Jagdish Lal Ajmani

Professor E. R. Bryan (F): As one has come to expect of Professor Horne, this paper adds another important contribution to the understanding of steel frames, and in particular to column behaviour. The test results give a great deal of information on the permissible combinations of end moments and axial load in a column and on the rotation capacity of the column under such loads.