INELASTIC DESIGN OF LOAD CARRYING MEMBERS. PART III. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF AN INELASTIC ANALYSIS OF ECCENTRICALLY-LOADED MEMBERS.
Technical rept. for Nov 59-Oct 60,
ILLINOIS UNIV URBANA DEPT OF THEORETICAL AND APPLIED MECHANICS
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If the inelastic deformation can be considered time independent, a choice has to be made between an elastic and an inelastic solution. A study was made of the effect of several variables on the ratio of the load necessary to produce a specified inelastic deformation to the maximum elastic load. If the inelastic deformation is time dependent creep, the only choice is an inelastic solution. Author