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Buckling coefficients for simply supported and camped flat, rectangular sandwich panels under edgewise compressionAuthor(s): Edward W. Kuenzi; Charles B. Norris; Paul M. Jenkinson
Source: Research note FPL no. 070. Madison, WI : USDA, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory.  pages.
Publication Series: Research Note (RN)
Station: Forest Products Laboratory
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Description“This report presents curves of coefficients and formulas for use in calculating the buckling of flat panels of sandwich construction under edgewise compressive loads. The curves were derived for sandwich panels having one facing of either of two orthotropic materials, the other facing of an isotropic material; both facings of orthotropic material; both facings of isotropic material; and cores of orthotropic or isotropic material. Parameters are chosen so that facings may be of different thicknesses and so that isotropic facings can also be of different isotropic materials. Curves were derived for various edge conditions, simply supported and clamped.”
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CitationKuenzi, Edward W.; Norris, Charles B.; Jenkinson, Paul M. 1964. Buckling coefficients for simply supported and camped flat, rectangular sandwich panels under edgewise compression. Research note FPL no. 070. Madison, WI : USDA, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory.  pages.
KeywordsPanels, loads, strains, stresses, elasticity, fiberglass reinforced plastics, facings, orthotropic, isotropic, cores
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