This lesson covers the concept of torsional buckling and flexural buckling in structural engineering. It explains the governing differential equations of buckling and how to solve them to find the critical load for different scenarios. The lesson also discusses the concept of fictitious lateral load and how it affects the buckling of a column. It further explains the derivation of the governing differential equation for torsional flexural buckling. The lesson uses the example of a column with different end conditions to illustrate these concepts.

- The governing differential equations of buckling can be used to find the critical load for torsional buckling in different scenarios.
- The concept of fictitious lateral load is important in understanding the behavior of a column under axial load.
- The governing differential equation for torsional flexural buckling can be derived using the concepts of translation and rotation of a column section.
- The critical load for buckling can be determined using the coupled governing differential equations for bending and torsion.

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