Elastic Critical Load Analysis
Elastic Critical Load Analysis (also referred to as stability, or buckling analysis) computes the elastic critical load factor, lambdac, for a structure subjected to a particular set of applied loads. This load factor is the ratio by which the axial forces in the members of the structure must be increased to cause the structure to become unstable due to the flexural buckling of one or more members (lateral torsional buckling of individual members is not taken into account). The elastic critical load of the structure is a function of the elastic properties of the structure and the pattern of loading.
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