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it can't be a sphere because the clamp limits the expansion to that diameter. I would expect that if the pressure resulted in a displacement equal to the clamp radius that you would have a sphere.


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To answer this question I need to assume that the material is linear the column is fixed at the bottom. the beam to the column joint is fixed. the load is applied at the tip of the beam It is noted that buckling of frames is complicated by nature, the code provisions do not provide a simple formula for buckling of frames. For more advanced information, ...


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