ESDU 72019
Buckling of flat isotropic plates under uniaxial and biaxial loading.
Abstract:
ESDU 72019 gives the elastic buckling stress under longitudinal compression of a plate with edge conditions: (1) short sides simplysupported and long sides simplysupported, clamped or elastically restrained laterally and/or in rotation, (2) short sides simplysupported and one long side free while the other is either clamped or simplysupported, (3) short sides clamped and long sides either clamped or simplysupported. The elastic buckling stress is also given under biaxial compression with edge conditions: (1) short sides simplysupported and long sides either clamped or simplysupported, (2) short sides clamped and long sides either clamped or simplysupported. Data are given to correct the buckling stress for the effects of plasticity.
See ESDU 81047 and ESDUpac A8147 for a computer program that treats buckling of rectangular plates.
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Figure 1  Part 1  Uniaxial compression, ends simplysupported, sides elastically restrained against lateral motion and either fixed or free in rotation 
Figure 1  Part 2  Uniaxial compression, ends simplysupported, sides elastically restrained against lateral motion and either fixed or free in rotation 
Figure 2  Uniaxial compression, ends simplysupported, sides elastically restrained against rotation but free to move laterally 
Figure 3  Uniaxial compression of long plates, ends simplysupported, sides elastically restrained against rotation and lateral motion 
Figure 4  Uniaxial compression, ends clamped 
Figure 5  Uniaxial compression, ends simplysupported 
Figure 6  Biaxial compression, ends and sides simplysupported 
Figure 7  Biaxial compression, ends simplysupported, sides clamped 
Figure 8  Biaxial compression, ends clamped, sides simplysupported 
Figure 9  Biaxial compression, ends and sides clamped 
Figure 10  Part 1  Plasticity reduction factor 
Figure 10  Part 2  Plasticity reduction factor 