## Determine the limit states of collapse, Civil Engineering

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Determine the Limit States of Collapse

Those limit states which point out the failure or collapse of a structure based on certain critical conditions are known as limit states of  collapse. Certain conditions like rupture of critical sections due to bending, shear, torsion, compression and tension, buckling because of elastic or plastic instability (including the effect of sway wherever appropriate) and overturning, etc. are considered in the determination of  limit states of collapse.

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