TO check the suitability of a given strut cross‐section, for a given length and safe concentric working load, is a simple matter provided that a working stress curve or formula is available, but the reverse process of obtaining a suitable cross‐section, for a given length and load is under normal circumstances a tedious trial and error task, unless comprehensive tables of the properties of the required section arc available. The author's method permits a very close first approximation to be obtained, which is frequently sufficiently accurate to enable the required cross‐section to be laid out without further trial.
Grundy, R.H. (1944), "The Design of Struts: With Particular Reference to Irregular Cross‐Sections", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 16 No. 8, pp. 223-224. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb031154Download as .RIS
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