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Chapter 2
Mechanics of Long Beam Columns

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Beam columns are defined as structural beams subjected to axial and transverse loads. Buckling of columns is often analyzed separately in consideration of boundary conditions. Axial forces are assumed to be constant throughout. Beam response to these loads, whether considered separately or combined, is well documented [1,2].

  • 2.1 Buckling Due to Weight of Vertical Column
  • 2.2 Oscillation of a Hanging Chain
  • 2.3 Short Beams Under Uniform Tension
  • 2.4 Bending Equation for Long Beam Columns
  • 2.5 Buckling and Frequencies of Long Vertical Pipe
  • 2.6 Torsion Buckling of Vertical Pipe
  • 2.7 Rotational Stability and Whirl of Vertical Pipe
  • 2.8 Parametric Resonance

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