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It is evident that if column ends are not very wide then the second mode buckling will take place under load lower than for the …rst case. In particular, if the width of the column ends vanishes, the ¼ 2 EJ :Determine the minimal critical load for the critical load will be P cr = (2l)2 case when each end width is equal to 2e. Fig. 132 142. A weightless beam clamped at its right end (Fig. 133) lies freely on a rigid base. The beam is loaded by force P applied at the free-end cross-section centroid and directed at angle ± to the rigid base.
112). Can this tube buckle under su¢ciently high pressure? 123. A liquid of speci…c weight ° runs through the tube pinned at both ends (Fig. 113). Fig. 113 Show that under some value of liquid velocity v the tube looses its stability like Euler’s column. 46 4. Stability Part I. Problems 124. Let us consider the following problem. A rod having roundings of radius R at its ends (Fig. 114) is compressed without friction between two solid slabs. It is necessary to determine the critical load. Fig. e.
123). Fig. 123 Fig. 124 Under de‡ection of rod from its vertical position the left half of the rope lays tightly upon the lateral surface of the rod and causes contact pressure. The rope at the right side of the rod freely takes a vertical position. Calculate the critical load. 134. A ring is subjected to an external uniformly distributed load (Fig. 124). Will any di¤erence be observed in values of the critical load: a) if it is caused by pressure which is permanently normal to the arc of the ring; b) if it is caused by radial forces directed permanently to the center?