Critical buckling load of thin-walled plastic cylinders in axial and radial loading: overview and FEA case study (bibtex)
by Pereira, Tais Rocha, Patterson, Albert, Lee, Yong Hoon and Messimer, Sherri L.
Abstract:
This technical note discusses the theoretical static buckling load of thin-walled plastic cylinders under axial and radial loading. While the buckling of thin-walled cylinders is a well-researched topic, a variety of new design and manufacturing methods, as well as advances in polymer technologies, have brought plastic structures into prominence in recent years, necessitating a re-examination and exploration of their behavior under buckling loads. This work provides a background review of the problem, a discussion of the appropriate buckling equations, an extensive case study to demonstrate the concepts, and a brief review of some previously developed thin-walled structure reinforcement techniques. The presented work and results are intended to provide a helpful perspective, background review, and starting place for future research on the buckling behavior of thin plastic structures.
Reference:
Tais Rocha Pereira, Albert Patterson, Yong Hoon Lee, Sherri L. Messimer, "Critical buckling load of thin-walled plastic cylinders in axial and radial loading: overview and FEA case study", engrXiv, 2019.
Bibtex Entry:
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    author = "Pereira, Tais Rocha and Patterson, Albert and Lee, Yong Hoon and Messimer, Sherri L.",
    title = "Critical buckling load of thin-walled plastic cylinders in axial and radial loading: overview and {FEA} case study",
    institution = "engrXiv",
    year = "2019",
    month = aug,
    day = "12",
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    doi = "10.31224/osf.io/2mtfu",
    gsid = "6130785007603198688",
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    abstract = "This technical note discusses the theoretical static buckling load of thin-walled plastic cylinders under axial and radial loading. While the buckling of thin-walled cylinders is a well-researched topic, a variety of new design and manufacturing methods, as well as advances in polymer technologies, have brought plastic structures into prominence in recent years, necessitating a re-examination and exploration of their behavior under buckling loads. This work provides a background review of the problem, a discussion of the appropriate buckling equations, an extensive case study to demonstrate the concepts, and a brief review of some previously developed thin-walled structure reinforcement techniques. The presented work and results are intended to provide a helpful perspective, background review, and starting place for future research on the buckling behavior of thin plastic structures.",
}
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