Published: Jan 1967
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A procedure for the testing of pinned-end steel columns is presented in detail. The typical basic types of end fixtures which are intended to provide ideal pinned-end conditions are illustrated and evaluated. An end fixture, designed to carry an axial load of two million pounds, is discussed in connection with column tests conducted at Le-high University. A procedure for data analysis and the evaluation of the results is presented.
test methods, compression members, steel, columns, buckling
Estuar, F. R.
Structural engineer, Rust Engineering,
Research associate professor and chairmanPersonal,