### Table 2. Critical Loads

"... In PAGE 5: ...Table2 summarizes the critical loads (in MW) for both the intact and disturbed system. As shown from the table, the in- tact system critical load is 4635.... ..."

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### Table 2- Loading patterns and the critical loads in stability analysis

"... In PAGE 9: ... Several different loading patterns are taken in the stability analysis of this bridge. Table2 lists the load patterns and critical load of the stability analysis. In the six loading patterns, only the increment of construction load, which includes a 100-ton crane at the end of the girder and a uniform load of 1 ton/meter at the maximum single-cantilever stage, shows the coupling of bending in vertical and in lateral directions.... ..."

### Table 1: Critical loads of a cylindrical shell with a cutout

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"... In PAGE 6: ...ig.3 shows the prebuckling deformation for cutout #1. As it was to be expected, the deformation due to axial compression is restricted mainly to the region around the cutout. According to Table1 , for both cutouts there is a single bifurcation point a0 a1a4a3 a5 a7 a6 along the equilibrium path before the limit load a0 a6 a3a8a9 a7 a6 is reached. The first buckling mode belonging to a0 a1a4a3 a5 a7 a6 obtained by a linearized bifurcation analysis is shown in Fig.... In PAGE 7: ...2 0.25 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 -5 0 5 Figure 5: Geometric imperfections mapped on the FE mesh a12 If bifurcation occurs at a load level higher than the bifurcation load of the perfect shell a0 a1a4a3 a5 a1a3a2a5a4 a5 (cor- responding to a0 a1a4a3 a5 a7 a6 in Table1 ) and the load step before is lower than a0 a1a4a3 a5 a1a3a2a6a4 a5 , then a0a2a1a4a3 a5 a1a3a2a6a4 a5 is assumed to be the critical load. In this case the imperfections do have no significant influence on the buckling behavior of the shell, implying that the imperfect shell behaves similar to the perfect shell.... ..."

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### Table 2: Critical load values obtained by test functions

"... In PAGE 13: ...William Taylor Matias Silva 13 a b Figure 10: Deformed shapes: a - bifurcation point, b - limit point Table2 below shows the critical points, characterized by the bifurcation phenomenon that happens first. In this analysis it can be observed that the CSP did not detect the bifurcation point as expected and the least pivot did not detect the limit point.... ..."

### Table 1: critical load values obtained by test functions

### Table 1: Critical loads of the Example of a Cylindrical Shell with a Cutout

"... In PAGE 6: ... It is assumed that the maximum imperfection magnitude is about three times the shell thickness, which in fact a rather poor production quality. The results are shown in Table1 and Fig.... ..."

### Table 5.2 Specimen II-CSD deflection, critical load, critical crack length, cubic root of

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### Table 8: Load representations and their critical clearing times.

"... In PAGE 4: ...3658 0.2244 In order to observe the effect of different load models in the results of the transient stability study, the active and reactive power consumed by the motor at the initial operating conditions are represented by the static exponential and polynomial characteristics dependent on voltage and frequency variations presented in Table8 [11,14,15]. The static exponential model dependent on voltage and frequency variations has the following parameters: pv = 0.... In PAGE 4: ...f = 2.9 and qf = 1.8 [11, 14]. The critical clearing times obtained after the digital simulations, for each load model, are shown in Table8... ..."