Behaviour of the extensible elastica solution
(2001) In International Journal of Solids and Structures 38(4647). p.84418457 Abstract
 The general form of the virtual work expression for the large strain Euler–Bernoulli beam theory is derived using the nominal strain (Biot's) tensor. From the equilibrium equations, derived from the virtual work expression, it turns out that a linear relation between Biot's stress tensor and the (Biot) nominal strain tensor forms the differential equation used to derive the elastica solution. Moreover, in the differential equation one additional term enters which is related to the extensibility of the beam axis. As a special application, the wellknown problem of an axially loaded beam is analysed. Due to the extensibility of the beam axis, it is shown that the buckling load of the extensible elastica solution depends on the slenderness,... (More)
 The general form of the virtual work expression for the large strain Euler–Bernoulli beam theory is derived using the nominal strain (Biot's) tensor. From the equilibrium equations, derived from the virtual work expression, it turns out that a linear relation between Biot's stress tensor and the (Biot) nominal strain tensor forms the differential equation used to derive the elastica solution. Moreover, in the differential equation one additional term enters which is related to the extensibility of the beam axis. As a special application, the wellknown problem of an axially loaded beam is analysed. Due to the extensibility of the beam axis, it is shown that the buckling load of the extensible elastica solution depends on the slenderness, and it is of interest that for small slenderness the bifurcation point becomes unstable. This means the bifurcation point changes from being supercritical, which always hold for the inextensible case, i.e. the classical elastica solution, to being a subcritical point. In addition, higher order singularities are found as well as nonbifurcating (isolated) branches. (Less)
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 magnusson, Anders ; Ristinmaa, Matti ^{LU} and Ljung, Christer
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 publishing date
 2001
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 Contribution to journal
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 published
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 keywords
 Stability, Elastica, Bifurcation
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 International Journal of Solids and Structures
 volume
 38
 issue
 4647
 pages
 8441  8457
 publisher
 Elsevier
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 scopus:0035834460
 ISSN
 00207683
 DOI
 10.1016/S00207683(01)000890
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 English
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