## 2a-Buckling for columns-part 2.

The post-buckling for columns-part 2 includes solved problems for major and minor axis which govern the buckling?

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The post-buckling for columns-part 2 includes solved problems for major and minor axis which govern the buckling?

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The post includes definition of buckling for columns. The second point is effective length factors based on the end conditions of columns.

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In the post steel columns and Euler’s formula-part 2. The discussion includes the different shapes of steel columns & how to derive Euler’s formula, and lately the modes of failures for columns.

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Euler’s formula gives a relation between the load-carrying capacity of these columns and their slenderness ratio which varies based on end condition.

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This post includes an introduction to the moment of inertia and what is the difference between the moment of inertia and mass moment of inertia?

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This is the compression members posts-part 1. The detailed description of each post is included their relevant links are included

List of compression Member Posts-part 1. Read More »

Numerical analysis-part 2-What is synthetic division? Solved problems for synthetic divisions are included.

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Introduction to numerical analysis, the difference between numerical and analytical methods, roots findings. review of the synthetic division.

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Estimation of max and min-Moment of inertia for a section. How to derive the The expression for max and min-moment of inertia. The equation of principal angle θp

3-Estimation of max and min-moment of inertia for a section. Read More »

Derivation of the expression for the first moment of area at the Cg and the expression for the product of inertia at the CG.

2-First moment of area and product of inertia at the CG. Read More »