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Introduction and Euler Buckling

Introduction

Then if loaded in tension:

But if loaded in compression:

Strut will only buckle if something causes some curvature of strut as load is applied.

In practice this can result from a number of different imperfections:

1) Strut not initially perfectly straight.

2) Member not perfectly homogeneous due to manufacturing imperfections.

3) Load not applied exactly on strut axis.

Buckling load depends on 1) Magnitude of imperfections

2) Strut effective length

3) Strut cross section

4) Elastic modulus of the material.

Consider a strut with NO imperfections but with a small side load F

1) Strut returns to original position -STABLE EQUILIBRIUM

2) Strut does not move - NEUTRAL EQUILIBRIUM - BUCKLING LOAD (Critical

Load)

3) Strut deflects further - UNSTABLE EQUILIBRIUM

In practice, due to imperfections, struts buckle without a force F

28/09/2006 1 SM lecture 15

Euler Buckling

Calculates critical (buckling) loads for struts, but WITHOUT any allowance being made for

imperfections.

Pin-ended struts

X = Pv + M = 0

∴ M = - Pv

d 2v M Pv

Now = =−

dx 2 EI EI

P d 2v

Putting µ2 = gives 2

+ µ 2v = 0

EI dx

Solution takes the form: v = A cos µx + B sin µx

v = 0 at x = l ∴ B sin µl = 0

∴ sin µl = 0

∴ µl = 0 or π or 2π etc.

P

Since µ= ≠ 0 and l ≠ 0, then µl ≠ 0

EI

28/09/2006 2 SM lecture 15

π 2 EI

∴ P= (Euler equation)

l2

Note: putting µl = 2π etc. corresponds to the neutral equilibrium loads when strut

deformed in other mode shapes

i.e. P′ =

( 2π ) EI

2

l2

Euler equation written as :

π 2 EI

Euler critical load PE =

le2

Equation can also be expressed in terms of the average compressive stress on the strut :

P

σ=

A

Since I = Ak2 where k is the radius of gyration

π 2E k2

then Euler critical stress σE =

le2

π 2E le

or σE = where is the slenderness ratio

(le / k ) 2

k

le

Often σ E 〉 σ yield when 〈 100

k

28/09/2006 3 SM lecture 15

Fixed end struts

and that M H = M K = 0 if AH = HC = CK = KB = l 4

Therefore H and C are points of contraflexure (no moments) and length HK is analogous to a

l

pin-ended strut (no end moments) of length HK = with:

2

π 2 EI 4π 2 EI

Critical load ( PE ) fixed = =

( l 2)

2

l2

le for other support conditions can be found in textbooks and design codes. Design codes

make allowances for actual degree of restraint likely to be provided in different

circumstances.

For cantilever:

(le ) cantilever = 2l

( PE ) pinned

Hence: ( PE ) cantilever =

4

28/09/2006 4 SM lecture 15

Euler Buckling Example

Determine the Euler critical stress and load for a hollow tubular steel pin-ended strut that has

an outside diameter of 100mm, a wall thickness of 3.5mm and an effective length of 3.5m.

Assume E = 200kN/mm2.

28/09/2006 5 SM lecture 15

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