Effects of Factors That Influence Out-of-Plane Lateral-Torsional Buckling on Freestanding Circular Arches-A Brief Review

The impact of numerous parameters on lateral-torsional buckling on freestanding circular arches are discussed in this work. Cross section type, included angle, slender ratio, defect, loading, and boundary conditions are all studied factors that contribute to the consequences of lateral-torsional buckling. According to the studies evaluated, a degree of distortion of these elements may result in erroneous results. Several research and design codes have presented various strategies to account for these considerations in the design of some structural parts to prevent lateral-torsional buckling. However, no research on out-of-plane lateral-torsional buckling of fixed circular arches composed of structural aluminium channel sections subjected to a central focused load has been published. More investigation into the lateral-torsional buckling actual behaviour of fixed circular arches made of structural aluminium channels is required.

Author(s) Details

Emmanuel-Peters Teke Tebo
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Vaal University of Technology, Andries Potgieter Blvd, Vanderbijlpark 1900, Gauteng, South Africa.

Leonard Masu
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Vaal University of Technology, Andries Potgieter Blvd, Vanderbijlpark 1900, Gauteng, South Africa.

Patrick Nziu
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Vaal University of Technology, Andries Potgieter Blvd, Vanderbijlpark 1900, Gauteng, South Africa.

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