Abstract

In metallic structures such as airplanes, airships, ships, bridges, etc. slender bars, thin webs, and thin-walled tubular members are very often used. In choosing working stresses for such structural elements, not only the mechanical properties of the material but also the elastic stability of these elements should be considered. The method of choosing working stresses for such structures is illustrated in this paper by several examples.

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