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I have a cylindrical column under a concentric axial load. The load which is applied in the column is less than the critical buckling force (according to Euler´s formula). Due to this load, the column suffers a displacement (buckling effect), and I would like to determine which is this displacement.

I hope you understand the question.

Thanks in advance,

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# Column under a concentric axial load (Buckling)

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