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Buckling nominal effective length

October , 26th 2023 | Via: Pro Level Civil Engineering (Linkedin) | Seen: 1429 times
In accordance with the boundary conditions, the buckling length to be considered in the calculation of a column/beam varies.

When the column is hinged at both ends, the effective length is equal to the actual length of the column. However, when it is on a cantilever, the effective length is twice the actual length. The case of both ends fixed is the one that reduces this effective length the most, being half of the actual length.
Buckling nominal effective length
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