Buckling is a dangerous phenomenon which can cause sudden failure of the structure, leading to potential economic or even life losses. It is therefore important to understand the buckling behaviors if the design involves slender structures bearing compressive load, that is commonly encountered in large steel structures of marine & offshore, mining and construction industries.
This webinar aims help you get hands on buckling analysis more smoothly by providing a balanced mixture of physical theories, implementable workflow and practical examples.
1. Buckling in Engineering Practice
2. Buckling types: linear and nonlinear
3. Linear buckling analysis example and correlation to the theory
4. Nonlinear analysis for nonlinear buckling simulation