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As an example, consider a column with one end fixed (restrained, built-in) and one end hinged (pinned), sometimes called propped-end column, (Fig. 7a). Let p = 0. Because the general solution has four arbitrary constants, four boundary conditions are needed. They are of two kinds, kinematic and static. 7 Effective length L of columns with various end restraints. and w = 0 at x = 0. The remaining boundary condition is static: M = 0 or Elw" = 0 or w" = 0 at x = 0 (axial coordinate xis measured from the free end; see Fig.
1 is identical to this equation if we set M0 = Elz 0. Therefore, there is no need to carry out a separate analysis for the case of initial curvature. The results are the same as those for lateral disturbing loads, which we have already discussed. 7 was derived by Thomas Young (1807), who was the first to take into account the presence of imperfections. zo, where z and Zo are the initial and final coordinates of a material point, both z and Zo being expressed in the initial coordinate system. In the general theory of finite strain this is called the Lagrangian coordinate description, which contrasts with the Eulerian description in which the local coordinates move with the points of the structure.
8) When we seek critical loads, we set p = 0. 8 becomes an eigenvalue problem. 3. At critical loads, one has bifurcation of the equilibrium path and neutral equilibrium. When the bending rigidity El or the axial force P vary along the beam, approximate solutions are in general necessary. This may be accomplished, for example, by the finite difference or the finite element method, which leads to an algebraic eigenvalue problem for a system of homogeneous algebraic equations. Solutions in terms of orthogonal series expansions are also possible, and normally very efficient, especially for hand calculations.
Stability of Structures: Elastic, Inelastic, Fracture and Damage Theories by Zdenek P. Bazant, Luigi Cedolin