Portland State University. Department of Applied Science
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Applied Science
Structural analysis (Engineering) -- Computer programs, Strains and stresses
1 online resource (viii, 80 leaves, ill., 28 cm.)
In order to overcome the difficulties encountered in closed form solutions, moment-curvature-thrust relationships are developed for hybrid and nonhybrid cross sections utilizing an open form method. The use of horizontal sectors permits the inclusion of residual stresses and/or nonbilinear stress-strain relationships, if desired. Theoretical and experimental data are compared. Applications to circular tubes and other cross sections are discussed. Results indicate that open form solutions are feasible for calculating moment-curvature-thrust data. Hybrid cross sections are easily treated by open form solutions.
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Fiala, Douglas Wrenn, "Moment-curvature-thrust relationships in hybrid members" (1972). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 740.