I need to know how big of a radius I need to use on an L shaped leg made out of square tubing. Is there a general formula depending on the length and height required?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

How would I calculate the deflection at the end and the buckling on the vertical part?

For the deflection part, would I ignore the vertical component of the leg and assume that the end is fixed, and just deal with the horizontal part of the L shape?

For buckling on the vertical part, how do I account for the moment created from the load on the end?

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# Need help with square tubing

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