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Limit State of the Plate Elements of Steel Structures

  • Jozef Djubek
  • Rudolf Kodnár
  • Miroslav Škaloud

Part of the Lehr- und Handbücher der Ingenieurwissenschaften book series (LHI, volume 39)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages 1-13
  2. Jozef Djubek, Rudolf Kodnár, Miroslav Škaloud
    Pages 15-28
  3. Jozef Djubek, Rudolf Kodnár, Miroslav Škaloud
    Pages 29-41
  4. Jozef Djubek, Rudolf Kodnár, Miroslav Škaloud
    Pages 42-60
  5. Jozef Djubek, Rudolf Kodnár, Miroslav Škaloud
    Pages 61-69
  6. Jozef Djubek, Rudolf Kodnár, Miroslav Škaloud
    Pages 70-87
  7. Jozef Djubek, Rudolf Kodnár, Miroslav Škaloud
    Pages 88-114
  8. Jozef Djubek, Rudolf Kodnár, Miroslav Škaloud
    Pages 115-163
  9. Jozef Djubek, Rudolf Kodnár, Miroslav Škaloud
    Pages 164-186
  10. Jozef Djubek, Rudolf Kodnár, Miroslav Škaloud
    Pages 187-202
  11. Jozef Djubek, Rudolf Kodnár, Miroslav Škaloud
    Pages 203-219
  12. Jozef Djubek, Rudolf Kodnár, Miroslav Škaloud
    Pages 220-255
  13. Jozef Djubek, Rudolf Kodnár, Miroslav Škaloud
    Pages 256-292
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 293-298

About this book

Introduction

The necessity to save steel leads to a marked tendency towards thin-walled structures. Such structures are made of thin plating, the behaviour - and, of course, design - of which is very significantly affected by stability phenomena. In fact, with up-to-date thin-walled steel plated structures, it is very frequently the point of view of stability that governs the design. So it is not astonishing that the attention of a great number of research teams in various parts of the world has been for a good many years directed to investigations into numerous aspects of the buckling behaviour of steel plated structures. However, the current problems of buckling research, which require to account for the effect of initial imperfections, post-buckled behaviour and plastic reserve of strength (this leading in theoretical research to the necessity to solve boundary value problems of geometrically and physically non-linear partial differential equations, and in experimental studies to conduct experiments on full-size test girders) are very complex and time-consuming. Then it is beyond the means of one investigator, or even of one research team, to deal successfully with such problems and, conse­ quently, effective cooperation is indispensable. This was also the reason for the initiation of a fruitful collaboration between the first author of this book (Assoc. Prof. J. Djubek, D. Sc. ) and the third author (Assoc. Prof. M. Skaloud, D. Sc.

Keywords

attention cooperation deformation experiment plasticity platinum research stability stress

Authors and affiliations

  • Jozef Djubek
    • 1
  • Rudolf Kodnár
    • 2
  • Miroslav Škaloud
    • 3
  1. 1.Institute of Structures and ArchitectureSlovak Academy of SciencesBratislavaCzechoslovakia
  2. 2.Institute of Applied MathematicsComenius UniversityBratislavaCzechoslovakia
  3. 3.Institute of Theoretical and Applied MechanicsCzechoslovak Academy of SciencesPragueCzechoslovakia

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