Plate Buckling in Bridges and Other Structures

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CRC Press, 12 mars 2007 - 164 pages
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Covers theory and background of local buckling, presenting simple design calculations which address this intriguing phenomenon. Attempts to master the process of buckling are described, citing both successes and failures. A number of failure case studies are presented as well. The final section of the book presents easy-to-follow design examples which conform to the latest Eurocode. Intended to introduce senior students in Bridge and Structural Engineering to the phenomenon of buckling, with special focus on thin-walled plated bridge girders. Suitable as a course instruction guide for its highly visual and descriptive style. Moreovere a good reference on buckling for practising and consulting engineers.

 

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Table des matières

Introduction
1
Plate buckling theory
5
Boxgirder bridges
19
Igirders
71
Shell buckling
107
Examples
123
Literature
157
Picture and photo references
159
Index
161
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À propos de l'auteur (2007)

Bjorn Akesson is a former lecturer at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden. Currently he is a consulting engineer, focusing on the design and analysis of steel structures.

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