Buckling Experiments, Shells, Built-up Structures, Composites and Additional Topics
John Wiley & Sons, Aug 12, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 1732 pages
* Edited by Josef Singer, the world's foremost authority on structural buckling.
* Time-saving and cost-effective design data for all structural, mechanical, and aerospace engineering researchers.
Preface to Volume 1
Basic Concepts Columns
Boundary Conditions and Loading Conditions
Smeared Stiffener Theory
Nondestructive Buckling Tests
aluminum alloy analysis applied axial compression axial load bending boundary conditions buckling behavior buckling load buckling mode buckling pressure buckling tests Caltech Chapter circular circumferential clamped collapse column combined loading composite conical shells correlation cutouts cylindrical shells deflection deformation deformation theory diameter displacement dynamic buckling edges effect elastic example external pressure fabricated failure fixture frame geometric imperfections graphite-epoxy hydrostatic pressure initial imperfections instability investigations Journal laminated longitudinal mandrel measured Mechanics mode shapes models Mylar NASA nondimensional nonlinear obtained percent plastic buckling plate postbuckling behavior predictions ratio residual stresses ring ring-stiffened rotation shear shells subjected shells under axial shown in Figure simply supported Southwell plot spherical caps spherical shells steel stiffened panels stiffened shells stiffness strain gages stress stringer-stiffened stringers Structures Technion test results test rig test setup test specimen testing machine theoretical theory thickness torsion transducers tubes typical U.S. Navy vibration welded yield