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6 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Area Required by the Bearing Plate if the Plate Covers Less than Full Area of Concrete For Support
Area required by bearing plate=(Beam reaction/(0.35*Specified compressive strength of concrete*sqrt(Full cross sectional area of concrete support)))^2 GO
Area Required by the Bearing Plate When Full Concrete Area is Used for Support
Area required by bearing plate=Beam reaction/(0.35*Specified compressive strength of concrete) GO
Beam Reaction when Area Required by Bearing Plat is Given
Beam reaction=Area required by bearing plate*0.35*Specified compressive strength of concrete GO
Area Required by the Base Plate
Area required by base plate=Column load/(0.7*Specified compressive strength of concrete) GO
Column Load if Area Required by the Base Plate is Given
Column load=Area required by base plate*0.7*Specified compressive strength of concrete GO
Allowable Bearing Stress on Concrete when Full Area is Used for Support
Allowable bearing stress=0.35*Specified compressive strength of concrete GO

6 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Allowable Bearing Pressure When Flange Thickness for H shaped Column is Given
Allowable bearing stress=4*Column load/((Column depth+Width of Flange)^2-(-4*Flange thickness of H shaped columns+Column depth+Width of Flange)^2) GO
Allowable Bearing Stress for Rollers and Rockers
Allowable bearing stress=((Yield stress of steel-13)*(0.66*Diameter ))/20 GO
Allowable Bearing Stress on Concrete when Full Area is Used for Support
Allowable bearing stress=0.35*Specified compressive strength of concrete GO
Allowable Bearing Stress for Milled Surface Including Bearing Stiffeners
Allowable bearing stress=0.9*minimum specified yield stress of steel GO
Allowable Bearing Stress on Projected Area of Fasteners
Allowable bearing stress=1.2*Tensile strength GO
Allowable stress in the flanges
Allowable bearing stress=0.66*Yield Strength GO

Allowable Bearing Stress on Concrete when Less Than Full Area is Used for Support Formula

Allowable bearing stress=0.35*Specified compressive strength of concrete*sqrt(Area required by bearing plate/Full cross sectional area of concrete support)
F<sub>p</sub>=0.35*f<sub>c'</sub>*sqrt(A<sub>1</sub>/A<sub>2</sub>)
More formulas
Area Required by the Bearing Plate When Full Concrete Area is Used for Support GO
Beam Reaction when Area Required by Bearing Plat is Given GO
Area Required by the Bearing Plate if the Plate Covers Less than Full Area of Concrete For Support GO
Allowable Bearing Stress on Concrete when Full Area is Used for Support GO
Actual Bearing Pressure Under Plate GO
Minimum Bearing Length of Plate When Actual Bearing Pressure is Given GO
Minimum Width of Plate When Actual Bearing Pressure is Given GO
Beam Reaction when Actual Bearing Pressure is Given GO
Plate Thickness GO
Allowable Bending Stress When Plate Thickness is Given GO
Minimum Width of Plate When Plate Thickness is Given GO

What is bearing stress?

Bearing stress is the contact pressure between the separate bodies. It differs from compressive stress, as it is an internal stress caused by compressive forces. Allowable bearing stress is a value based on an arbitrary amount of deformation of a body subjected to a bearing pressure.

How to Calculate Allowable Bearing Stress on Concrete when Less Than Full Area is Used for Support?

Allowable Bearing Stress on Concrete when Less Than Full Area is Used for Support calculator uses Allowable bearing stress=0.35*Specified compressive strength of concrete*sqrt(Area required by bearing plate/Full cross sectional area of concrete support) to calculate the Allowable bearing stress, The Allowable Bearing Stress on Concrete when Less Than Full Area is Used for Support describes the relation between the parameters compressive strength and area of both bearing plate and concrete support. . Allowable bearing stress and is denoted by Fp symbol.

How to calculate Allowable Bearing Stress on Concrete when Less Than Full Area is Used for Support using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Allowable Bearing Stress on Concrete when Less Than Full Area is Used for Support, enter Specified compressive strength of concrete (fc'), Area required by bearing plate (A1) and Full cross sectional area of concrete support (A2) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Allowable Bearing Stress on Concrete when Less Than Full Area is Used for Support calculation can be explained with given input values -> 49.49747 = 0.35*100000000*sqrt(0.0002/0.0001).

FAQ

What is Allowable Bearing Stress on Concrete when Less Than Full Area is Used for Support?
The Allowable Bearing Stress on Concrete when Less Than Full Area is Used for Support describes the relation between the parameters compressive strength and area of both bearing plate and concrete support. and is represented as Fp=0.35*fc'*sqrt(A1/A2) or Allowable bearing stress=0.35*Specified compressive strength of concrete*sqrt(Area required by bearing plate/Full cross sectional area of concrete support). Specified compressive strength of concrete is the measured strength of hardened concrete by compression test (7th day or 28th day etc.), Area required by bearing plate is the space occupied by the bearing plate on concrete. and Full cross sectional area of concrete support is the whole area of cross section of concrete which is allowed for supporting the bearing plate or any other structure. .
How to calculate Allowable Bearing Stress on Concrete when Less Than Full Area is Used for Support?
The Allowable Bearing Stress on Concrete when Less Than Full Area is Used for Support describes the relation between the parameters compressive strength and area of both bearing plate and concrete support. is calculated using Allowable bearing stress=0.35*Specified compressive strength of concrete*sqrt(Area required by bearing plate/Full cross sectional area of concrete support). To calculate Allowable Bearing Stress on Concrete when Less Than Full Area is Used for Support, you need Specified compressive strength of concrete (fc'), Area required by bearing plate (A1) and Full cross sectional area of concrete support (A2). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Specified compressive strength of concrete, Area required by bearing plate and Full cross sectional area of concrete support and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Allowable bearing stress?
In this formula, Allowable bearing stress uses Specified compressive strength of concrete, Area required by bearing plate and Full cross sectional area of concrete support. We can use 6 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Allowable bearing stress=0.35*Specified compressive strength of concrete
  • Allowable bearing stress=4*Column load/((Column depth+Width of Flange)^2-(-4*Flange thickness of H shaped columns+Column depth+Width of Flange)^2)
  • Allowable bearing stress=0.9*minimum specified yield stress of steel
  • Allowable bearing stress=((Yield stress of steel-13)*(0.66*Diameter ))/20
  • Allowable bearing stress=0.66*Yield Strength
  • Allowable bearing stress=1.2*Tensile strength
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