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### civl4241_2008_kjr_ass1

Course: CIVL 4241, Fall 2009
School: Allan Hancock College
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THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY SCHOOL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING EAD E DE E M R E NS T O CIVL 4241 &lt;a href=&quot;/keyword/steel-structures/&quot; &gt;steel structures&lt;/a&gt; 2 Assignment 1: Buckling of plates and sections Question 1: Energy analysis Determine the elastic plate buckling coefficient (k) for a plate which is simply supported along the loaded edges and elastically restrained against...

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