Secondary buckling in hollow rectangular column sections of steel plates
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Secondary buckling in hollow rectangular column sections of steel plates by Frank Kerekes

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Published in Ames, Iowa .
Written in English


  • Buckling (Mechanics),
  • Plates, Iron and steel.,
  • Columns, Iron and steel.

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Statementby Frank Kerekes and Wendell H. Nedderman.
SeriesBulletin 171 of the Iowa Engineering Experiment Station
ContributionsNedderman, Wendell H., joint author.
LC ClassificationsTA465 .K4
The Physical Object
Pagination56 p.
Number of Pages56
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6127945M
LC Control Number52062191

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- Minor axis buckling usually governs for all doubly symmetric cross-sections. However, for some cases, major (x) axis buckling can govern. - Note that the steel yield stress was irrelevant for calculating this buckling strength. INELASTIC COLUMN BUCKLING • Let us consider the previous example. According to our calculations Pcr = kips. Three types of failure may occur in slotted gusset plate connections to steel RHS and CHS (circular hollow section), namely block shear tear-out (TO) failure of steel tubes along the weld, shear lag (SL) failure causing tubes to fail circumferentially and section failure without any shear lag reduction.A typical TO failure mode and SL failure mode in welded CHS are shown in Figure For flexural, or strut buckling, N cr, the Euler load, is equal to and the non-dimensional slenderness is given by: for Class 1, 2 and 3 cross-sections, where. L cr is the buckling length in the axis considered; i is the radius of gyration about the relevant axis, determined using the properties of the gross cross-section; λ 1 = 86 for grade S steel; λ 1 = 76 for grade S steel. LOCAL BUCKLING AND SECTION CLASSIFICATION The relationship between the moment capacity Mu and the compression flange slenderness b/t indicating the β limits is shown in Fig. 5. In this figure, the value of Mu for semi-compact sections is conservatively taken as My. In the above classification, it is assumed that the web slenderness d/t is such that its.

The Rectangular Hollow Section is veritably his progeny and it has grown up to be a respectable member of the steel society under his tutelage. Indeed, his output has been so prolific that all subsequent researchers on Rectangular Hollow Sections might well be deemed but footnotes to Wardenier. Secondary buckling in hollow rectangular column sections of steel plates Wendell Herman Nedderman Iowa State College Follow this and additional works at: Part of theCivil Engineering Commons. Secondary Buckling in Hollow Rectangular Column Sections of Steel Plates Bulletin [Frank Kerekes and W.H. Nedderman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. and cold formed square and rectangular hollow steel sections for structural use. 2 REFERENCES A hollow section shall be designated by its outside dimensions and its thickness in millimetres and shall be further classified into CF or HF depending upon whether it is cold formed or hot.