BUCKLING ANALYSIS OF THE INDUSTRIAL FACTORY MODEL BY FINITE ELEMENT METHOD
Keywords:finite element method, buckling, Euler's critical load, Eurocode 3, industrial factory.
AbstractBuckling is a subject that has been discussed for a long time, however, it still be studied and developed due to its practicality. The following article introduces two methods that are used to solve the problems involving buckling of the beam, shell and solid with an I shape cross-section having different cases of boundary load. The theory which is used in this article is Euler's formula and Eurocode 3 standard. The analytical results by ANSYS commercial software are compared with the theoretical results and results from Eurocode 3 standard. The authors based on the reliability of the calculating results to simulate buckling of the industrial factory model with different cases of load conditions. The simulating results show a general view of buckling cases.
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