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Offline ioan92  
#1 Posted : 29 October 2023 02:45:53(UTC)

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Hi Everyone,

Recently I received some help in the Forum for a compact writing of a formula:


The problem behind this formula could be helpful for many structural engineers, to obtain the buckling length of a member having known ends restraints.
I mention that this formula cover both "say and non sway" buckling cases.

The backgrounds of the formula are obtained from a very interesting German book:


I put the application in the appended file:

Buckling Length.sm (1,624kb) downloaded 58 time(s).

Any suggestions or critics are welcomed.


Edited by user 29 October 2023 05:45:26(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

thanks 3 users thanked ioan92 for this useful post.
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