STABILITY PROBLEMS OF STEEL STRUCTURES

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STABILITY PROBLEMS OF STEEL STRUCTURES


The need to save steel has led to the development of new kinds of steel structures.
New types of frames and bar systems, thin-walled plated structures and shells play a
very important part among them. However, their successful practical application requires
adequate scientific data for reliable design. It is therefore not surprising that a great
number of research teams in various parts of the world (the authors playing a very
important role in these activities) have directed, for a good many years, their attention to
investigations into the stability problems of the above structures, since it is very
frequently these phenomena which in the case of currently used thin-walled
constructional steelwork govern design.

For this reason, an International Advanced School on "Stability Problems of Steel
Structures" was held at the International Centre for Mechanical Sciences in Udine with
the view to give complete information about all aspects of the design of up-to-date steel
(i) frames and bar systems, (ii) plated structures, and (iii) shells from the point of view of
buckling. In following this aim, the course presented not only complete scientific
background, but also established recommendations, procedures and formulae for
practical design, profiting also from the fact that over the last years the invited lecturers
took part in the preparation of several national and international Design Codes for
structural steelwork.

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