The buckling action of hollow cylinders subject to internal pressure.
Lovata, Albert F.
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The buckling action of hollow cylinders, subjected to internal pressure, was investigated under various conditions of axial load in the cylinder walls. The theory of Euler was found to apply where the modulus of elasticity and second moment of cross-sectional area are determined solely by the material and cross-section of the cylinder, and the load is the total axial load on the column.
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