The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 63 (1985) > Issues > Issue 12 > Correspondence on Soil Buckling and the Leaning Instability of Tall Structures by E.C. Hambly
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Correspondence on Soil Buckling and the Leaning Instability of Tall Structures by E.C. Hambly

Dr. W. S. Baraiiski (Technical University, Lodi, Poland): I would like to comment on the problem of internal instability illustrated in Fig 11. It seems that any purely elastic model of soil is not appropriate for the phenomenon because-as it can be easily derived-elastic internal instability requires great values of stresses to be applied.