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Buckling Analysis of Column Made of 4140 Alloy Steel with Different Cross Sections in Fixed Free Condition

Publication Date : 16/08/2015



Author(s) :

G. Panduranga , P. Sukumar.


Volume/Issue :
Volume 2
,
Issue 8
(08 - 2015)



Abstract :

Abstract— In this paper the buckling analysis of a 4140 alloy steel with different cross sections like I-section, C-section and T-section is done in a fixed free conditions. Columns are the basic parts of a many engineering structures, they may be aero structures or civil structure or any other mechanical load carrying structures. The columns majorly take the axial loads and try to resist the bending caused due to the applied axial loads.  It is to show that the actual application of the axial loading governs the buckling behavior of the column. The critical buckling load is calculated for the three columns with different cross sections according to theoretical formulation. From the critical buckling load calculations, it is observed that the critical buckling load values are different for different cross sections. Conservatively it is taken the minimum load value to do the safe analysis. In this paper the maximum deflections and maximum stresses are compared with the three columns with different channel sections made of same material subjected to same load. The solid models are designed in CATIA V5 tool and the buckling analysis is carried out in ANSYS software.  Keywords—Critical buckling load; CATIA V5 and ANSYS, Channel sections


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Buckling Analysis of Column Made of 4140 Alloy Steel with Different Cross Sections in Fixed Free Condition

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