BUCKLING OF COLUMNS IN THE PRESENCE OF CREEP.
POLYTECHNIC INST OF BROOKLYN N Y
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The report discusses a theory of creep buckling in which the instantaneous elastic and plastic deformations as well as the transient and secondary creep phenomena are taken into account is used and a general solution for integral values of the exponents appearing in the creep law is found. From this solution the critical time, required for a column to collapse after load application, can be calculated. Author
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