Civil Engineering - Theory of Structures - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Theory of Structures - Section 2 (Q.No. 35)
35.
is the equation of Euler's crippling load, if
both the ends are fixed
both the ends are hinged
one end is fixed and other end is free
one end is fixed and other end is hinged.
Answer: Option
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Asay said:   6 years ago
Euler,s Crippling Load Eqn is;

P=(π)^2.EI/l^2.

If,
one end is fixed and other end is free
Then ,
l=2L, Put it into above equation.
P=(π)^2.EI/(2L)^2.
P=(π)^2.EI/4L^4.
So ,
C is the correct answer.
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Vidya said:   5 years ago
Both ends fixed, Le = L\2.
Both ends hinged, Le = L.
One end fixed one end free, Le = 2L.
One end fixed one end hinged Le =L\√2.
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Vardhan said:   7 years ago
Here, Both ends are fixed.

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