Knowledge of structural stability theory is of paramount importance to the practicing structural engineer. In many instances, buckling is the primary consideration in the design of various structural configurations. The emphasis of the book is on the fundamental concepts and on the methodology developed through the years to solve structural stability problems. This book is intended to serve as a text in college courses such as aerospace engineering, civil engineering, engineering science and mechanics, and mechanical engineering.
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