Kueh, C., Navaranjan, N., & Duke, M. (2012). The effect of in-plane boundary conditions on the post-buckling behaviour of rectangular corrugated paperboard panels. Computers & Structures, 104-105, 55-62.
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The effect of different in-plane boundary conditions on the critical load and post-buckling behaviour of a uniaxially compressed, simply supported corrugated paperboard panel is examined, with the aim of reducing the discrepancy between model and published experimental results. In-plane boundary conditions with uniform load distribution or uniform compression on the loaded edges, free or constant normal in-plane edge movement and shear free edges, are modelled. Analytical single-term Galerkin and finite element approaches are used. The critical loads obtained analytically and numerically, for different boundary conditions agree well with an analytical reference result.