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Page 106

In the case of a

. But when a critical load is reached, the

section axis of least moment of inertia, and the stress pattern changes from

uniform ...

In the case of a

**column**loaded in compression, for example, uniform stress exists. But when a critical load is reached, the

**column**begins to deflect about thesection axis of least moment of inertia, and the stress pattern changes from

uniform ...

Page 107

the bending moment, M, in the

applied

mathematical expression for the bending moment in the

determined ...

the bending moment, M, in the

**column**is given by M = -Pu (8-1) where P is theapplied

**column**load and u is the transverse deflection of the**column**. Anothermathematical expression for the bending moment in the

**column**can bedetermined ...

Page 123

These modes are

by first calculating a theoretical value for the ratio of the inner to the outer radii of

...

These modes are

**column**buckling and yielding, yielding and local buckling, or**column**buckling and local buckling. The optimum tube length can be determinedby first calculating a theoretical value for the ratio of the inner to the outer radii of

...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO FORM DESIGN | 1 |

EFFICIENT AND INEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS | 27 |

DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY | 35 |

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