ANSI Cylinder Buckling.xls
 

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Description:

Uses formulas extracted from American Natinal Standard:
Hydraulic fluid power - Cylinders - Method for determining the buckling load, ANSI/(NFPA)T3.6.37-1991.

The solution requires a numerical solver to avoid using a trial and error method. SOLVER Add-in was packaged with Excel 2003, so this was used in the example to find the correct value for the Critical Load. It is up to the designer to apply an appropriate factor of safety as all cylinders have external applied loads beyond the hydraulic system pressure.

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Submitted On:
20 Oct 2009
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mfschoenberg
File Date:
20 Oct 2009
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#2 hyco 2012-08-28 16:38
So is this a confirmed calculation?
 
 
#1 jqluong 2010-08-08 19:57
I think your B1 & B2 is incorrect based on given formula
 

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