Abstract

An application of electric analog computing methods to the analysis of elastic stability problems is described. An electrical circuit is first devised which satisfies a general differential equation that is frequently encountered in the literature of elastic stability. This circuit, composed of inductors, capacitors, transformers, and current generators, is then used to obtain solutions for several classical column, framework, and plate-stability problems.

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