How to Calculate Allowable Load when Safety Factors are Given?
Allowable Load when Safety Factors are Given calculator uses Allowable Load=(Shaft Resistance/Factor of Safety F1)+(Toe Resistance/Factor of Safety F2) to calculate the Allowable Load, The Allowable Load when Safety Factors are Given formula is defined as the maximum working load which can be applied on the pile. Allowable Load and is denoted by Q _{a} symbol.
How to calculate Allowable Load when Safety Factors are Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Allowable Load when Safety Factors are Given, enter Shaft Resistance (Q _{su}), Factor of Safety F1 (F1), Toe Resistance (Q _{bu}) and Factor of Safety F2 (F2) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Allowable Load when Safety Factors are Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 20 = (10000/1)+(10000/1).