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# Buckling Columns. In the study of the buckling of a column

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Problem 21E

Buckling Columns. In the study of the buckling of a column whose cross section varies, one encounters the equation where x is related to the height above the ground and y is the deflection away from the vertical. The positive constant ? depends on the rigidity of the column, its moment of inertia at the top, and the load. The positive integer n depends on the type of column. For example, when the column is a truncated cone [see Figure 8.13(a)], we have n = 4.

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