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The plastic hinge position in a circular cantilever when struck normal to its plane by a constant jet at its tip

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International Journal of Impact Engineering
0734-743X
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Elsevier
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3
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3
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DOI: 10.1016/0734-743x(85)90001-6

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Abstract A rigid/perfectly plastic circular cantilever, when struck normal to its plane by a jet of constant force at its tip, is analysed to determine the relationship between the magnitude of the jet force and the location of the plastic collapse cross-section. Due to the interaction of bending and torsion in circumstances where beam inertia is important, two modes for a generalized plastic hinge may be found to form in the curved beam; the stability of these modes is examined. Some numerical results are given to facilitate understanding related pipe-whip problems.

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