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Perimeter of a rectangle when diagonal and length are given
Perimeter=2*(Length+sqrt((Diagonal)^2-(Length)^2)) GO
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Magnetic Flux=Magnetic Field*Length*Breadth*cos(θ) GO
Diagonal of a Rectangle when length and area are given
Diagonal=sqrt(((Area)^2/(Length)^2)+(Length)^2) GO
Area of a Rectangle when length and diagonal are given
Area=Length*(sqrt((Diagonal)^2-(Length)^2)) GO
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Diagonal=sqrt(Length^2+Breadth^2) GO
Strain
Strain=Change In Length/Length GO
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Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns
Compressive Stress=End Fixity Coefficient*(pi^2)*Young's Modulus/((Length/Radius of gyration)^2) GO
Compressive Stress When Flat Width Ratio is between 10 and 25
Compressive Stress=(5*Design stress/3)-8640-(1/15)*(Design stress-12950)*Flat width ratio GO
Compressive Stress Of Spigot
Compressive Stress=Tensile Force on Rods/(Thickness of Cotter *Diameter of Spigot) GO
Compressive Stress Produced when Pipe is Empty
Compressive Stress=(Load per unit length+Total load per unit length)/Thickness GO
Compressive stress if the modulus of elasticity and compressive strain are known
Compressive Stress=(Modulus Of Elasticity*Compressive strain) GO
Compressive stress if resisting force is known
Compressive Stress=Resistance Force/Cross sectional area GO
Compressive stress if axial push acting on body is known
Compressive Stress=Axial Push/Cross sectional area GO
Compressive Stress When Basic Design Stress is restricted to 20000 psi
Compressive Stress=24700-470*Flat width ratio GO

Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns when Column Yield Stress is Given Formula

Compressive Stress=Yield stress*(1-(Aluminum Alloy Constant K*((Length/Radius of gyration)/(pi*sqrt(End Fixity Coefficient*Modulus Of Elasticity/Yield stress)))^Aluminum Alloy Constant n))
σ<sub>c=F<sub>ce</sub>*(1-(K*((l/k<sub>G</sub>)/(pi*sqrt(c*E/F<sub>ce</sub>)))^n))
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Radius of Gyration of Column when Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns is Given GO
Length of Column when Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns is Given GO
Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns GO
Transition from Long to Short Column Range GO

Material constants K, k & n

Material constants K, k & n VALUES defined for Aluminum Alloys are as follows for 14S_T4, 24S_T3, 24S_T4 & 61S_T6 are 0.385, 3 & 1 respectively, for 14S_T6 & 75T are 0.25, 2 & 2 respectively.

How to Calculate Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns when Column Yield Stress is Given?

Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns when Column Yield Stress is Given calculator uses Compressive Stress=Yield stress*(1-(Aluminum Alloy Constant K*((Length/Radius of gyration)/(pi*sqrt(End Fixity Coefficient*Modulus Of Elasticity/Yield stress)))^Aluminum Alloy Constant n)) to calculate the Compressive Stress, The Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns when Column Yield Stress is Given formula is defined as the maximum stress (tensile, compressive or bending) that can be applied on a structural material such as Aluminium Columns without any deformation. Compressive Stress and is denoted by σc symbol.

How to calculate Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns when Column Yield Stress is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns when Column Yield Stress is Given, enter Yield stress (Fce), Aluminum Alloy Constant K (K), Length (l), Radius of gyration (kG), End Fixity Coefficient (c), Modulus Of Elasticity (E) and Aluminum Alloy Constant n (n) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns when Column Yield Stress is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 14.92881 = 15*(1-(0.385*((3/3)/(pi*sqrt(1*10000/15)))^1)).

FAQ

What is Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns when Column Yield Stress is Given?
The Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns when Column Yield Stress is Given formula is defined as the maximum stress (tensile, compressive or bending) that can be applied on a structural material such as Aluminium Columns without any deformation and is represented as σc=Fce*(1-(K*((l/kG)/(pi*sqrt(c*E/Fce)))^n)) or Compressive Stress=Yield stress*(1-(Aluminum Alloy Constant K*((Length/Radius of gyration)/(pi*sqrt(End Fixity Coefficient*Modulus Of Elasticity/Yield stress)))^Aluminum Alloy Constant n)). Yield stress is how much force needs to be applied to an object to cause it to change from elastic deformation to plastic deformation, Aluminum Alloy Constant K is a material's constant which is used in calculations for stress–strain behavior, Length is the measurement or extent of something from end to end, Radius of gyration or gyradius of a body about an axis of rotation is defined as the radial distance to a point which would have a moment of inertia the same as the body's actual distribution of mass, if the total mass of the body were concentrated there, The end fixity coefficient is defined as the ratio of the moment at one end to the moment at the same end when both the ends are ideally fixed, Modulus Of Elasticity is a quantity that measures an object or substance's resistance to being deformed elastically when a stress is applied to it and Aluminum Alloy Constant n a material constant which is used in calculations for stress–strain behavior.
How to calculate Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns when Column Yield Stress is Given?
The Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns when Column Yield Stress is Given formula is defined as the maximum stress (tensile, compressive or bending) that can be applied on a structural material such as Aluminium Columns without any deformation is calculated using Compressive Stress=Yield stress*(1-(Aluminum Alloy Constant K*((Length/Radius of gyration)/(pi*sqrt(End Fixity Coefficient*Modulus Of Elasticity/Yield stress)))^Aluminum Alloy Constant n)). To calculate Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns when Column Yield Stress is Given, you need Yield stress (Fce), Aluminum Alloy Constant K (K), Length (l), Radius of gyration (kG), End Fixity Coefficient (c), Modulus Of Elasticity (E) and Aluminum Alloy Constant n (n). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Yield stress, Aluminum Alloy Constant K, Length, Radius of gyration, End Fixity Coefficient, Modulus Of Elasticity and Aluminum Alloy Constant n 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 Compressive Stress?
In this formula, Compressive Stress uses Yield stress, Aluminum Alloy Constant K, Length, Radius of gyration, End Fixity Coefficient, Modulus Of Elasticity and Aluminum Alloy Constant n. We can use 8 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Compressive Stress=Tensile Force on Rods/(Thickness of Cotter *Diameter of Spigot)
  • Compressive Stress=End Fixity Coefficient*(pi^2)*Young's Modulus/((Length/Radius of gyration)^2)
  • Compressive Stress=Resistance Force/Cross sectional area
  • Compressive Stress=Axial Push/Cross sectional area
  • Compressive Stress=(Modulus Of Elasticity*Compressive strain)
  • Compressive Stress=(5*Design stress/3)-8640-(1/15)*(Design stress-12950)*Flat width ratio
  • Compressive Stress=24700-470*Flat width ratio
  • Compressive Stress=(Load per unit length+Total load per unit length)/Thickness
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