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Allowable Compressive Stress Inclined to Grain Formula

ACS inclined to grain=(ACS parallel to grain*ACS normal to grain)/(ACS parallel to grain*(sin(angle between stress and grain)^2)+ACS normal to grain*(cos(angle between stress and grain)^2))
N=(P*Q)/(P*(sin(θ)^2)+Q*(cos(θ)^2))
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How do you calculate allowable compressive stress?

Divide the yield strength by the factor of safety to calculate the allowable stress. For example: allowable stress of A36 steel = 36,000 psi / 4.0 = 9,000 pounds per square inch.

How to Calculate Allowable Compressive Stress Inclined to Grain?

Allowable Compressive Stress Inclined to Grain calculator uses ACS inclined to grain=(ACS parallel to grain*ACS normal to grain)/(ACS parallel to grain*(sin(angle between stress and grain)^2)+ACS normal to grain*(cos(angle between stress and grain)^2)) to calculate the ACS inclined to grain, The Allowable Compressive Stress Inclined to Grain formula calculates the maximum compressive stress allowed when angle between the direction of stress N and direction of grain is known. ACS inclined to grain and is denoted by N symbol.

How to calculate Allowable Compressive Stress Inclined to Grain using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Allowable Compressive Stress Inclined to Grain, enter ACS parallel to grain (P), ACS normal to grain (Q) and angle between stress and grain (θ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Allowable Compressive Stress Inclined to Grain calculation can be explained with given input values -> 8.923673 = (10*2)/(10*(sin(10)^2)+2*(cos(10)^2)).

FAQ

What is Allowable Compressive Stress Inclined to Grain?
The Allowable Compressive Stress Inclined to Grain formula calculates the maximum compressive stress allowed when angle between the direction of stress N and direction of grain is known and is represented as N=(P*Q)/(P*(sin(θ)^2)+Q*(cos(θ)^2)) or ACS inclined to grain=(ACS parallel to grain*ACS normal to grain)/(ACS parallel to grain*(sin(angle between stress and grain)^2)+ACS normal to grain*(cos(angle between stress and grain)^2)). ACS parallel to grain is allowable compressive stress parallel to grain, ACS normal to grain is allowable compressive stress normal to the grain and angle between stress and grain is the angle between direction of stress N and direction of grain.
How to calculate Allowable Compressive Stress Inclined to Grain?
The Allowable Compressive Stress Inclined to Grain formula calculates the maximum compressive stress allowed when angle between the direction of stress N and direction of grain is known is calculated using ACS inclined to grain=(ACS parallel to grain*ACS normal to grain)/(ACS parallel to grain*(sin(angle between stress and grain)^2)+ACS normal to grain*(cos(angle between stress and grain)^2)). To calculate Allowable Compressive Stress Inclined to Grain, you need ACS parallel to grain (P), ACS normal to grain (Q) and angle between stress and grain (θ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for ACS parallel to grain, ACS normal to grain and angle between stress and grain and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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