An investigation of the buckling caused by compressive forces existing in a thin elastic sheet, with a hole in the center, subject to uniform tension at two edges.
Danis, John F.
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In a thin elastic sheet, with a hole in the center, subject to uniform tension on two opposite edges, a small area at the rim of the hole along the diameter of the hole parallel to the tension is in compression circumferentially. This compression can cause buckling in this area. Such buckling may occur before the sheet yields at its point of maximum stress.
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