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Shear Capacity for Girders with Transverse Stiffeners
Shear Capacity for Flexural Members=0.58*yield strength of steel*Depth of Cross Section*Breadth of the web*(Shear buckling coefficient C+((1-Shear buckling coefficient C)/((1.15*(1+(Clear distance between transverse stiffeners/Height of cross section)^2)^0.5)))) GO
Maximum Ultimate Moment when Neutral Axis Lies in Web
Maximum Ultimate Moment=0.9*((area tensile steel-tensile steel area for strength)*yield strength of steel*(Depth-depth of equivalent rcsd/2)+tensile steel area for strength*yield strength of steel*(Depth-Flange Thickness/2)) GO
Equivalent Rectangular Compressive Stress Distribution Depth
depth of equivalent rcsd=(area tensile steel-tensile steel area for strength)*yield strength of steel/(0.85*strength of concrete*Width of beam web) GO
Shear Capacity for Flexural Members
Shear Capacity for Flexural Members=0.58*yield strength of steel*Height of the Section*Breadth of the web*Shear buckling coefficient C GO
Maximum Unbraced Length for Symmetrical Flexural Compact Section for LFD of Bridges
Maximum Unbraced Length=((3600-2200*(Smaller Moment/Maximum Moment))*Least Radius of Gyration)/yield strength of steel GO
Minimum Flange Thickness for Symmetrical Flexural Braced Non-Compact Section for LFD of Bridges
Minimum Flange Thickness=(Width of Projection of Flange/69.6)*sqrt(yield strength of steel) GO
Minimum Flange Thickness for Symmetrical Flexural Compact Section for LFD of Bridges
Flange Thickness=(sqrt(yield strength of steel)/65)*Width of Projection of Flange GO
Minimum Web Thickness for Symmetrical Flexural Compact Section for LFD of Bridges
Minimum Web Thickness=Depth of Section*sqrt(yield strength of steel)/608 GO
Maximum bending strength for Symmetrical Flexural Compact Section for LFD of Bridges
Maximum Bending Moment=yield strength of steel*Plastic Section Modulus GO
Maximum bending strength for Symmetrical Flexural Braced Non-Compacted Section for LFD of Bridges
Maximum Bending Moment=yield strength of steel*Section Modulus GO
Allowable Unit Stress in Bending
Allowable Unit Tensile Stress=0.55*yield strength of steel GO

6 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Allowable stress for brittle material under compressive loading
Allowable Stress=Ultimate Compressive Stress/Factor of safety GO
Allowable stress for ductile material under compressive loading
Allowable Stress=Compressive yield strength/Factor of safety GO
Allowable stress for brittle material under tensile loading
Allowable Stress=Ultimate Tensile strength/Factor of safety GO
Allowable stress for brittle materials
Allowable Stress=Ultimate Tensile strength/Factor of safety GO
Allowable stress for ductile material under tensile loading
Allowable Stress=Tensile Yield Strength/Factor of safety GO
Allowable stress for ductile material
Allowable Stress=Tensile Yield Strength/Factor of safety GO

Allowable Stress for Compression Elements for Highway Bridges Formula

Allowable Stress=0.44*yield strength of steel
σ=0.44*f<sub>y</sub>
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What is Yield Strength of Steel ?

Yield strength is the maximum stress that can be applied before it begins to change shape permanently. This is an approximation of the elastic limit of the steel. If stress is added to the metal but does not reach the yield point, it will return to its original shape after the stress is removed

How to Calculate Allowable Stress for Compression Elements for Highway Bridges?

Allowable Stress for Compression Elements for Highway Bridges calculator uses Allowable Stress=0.44*yield strength of steel to calculate the Allowable Stress, The Allowable Stress for Compression Elements for Highway Bridges is defined as maximum working stress in the element. Allowable Stress and is denoted by σ symbol.

How to calculate Allowable Stress for Compression Elements for Highway Bridges using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Allowable Stress for Compression Elements for Highway Bridges, enter yield strength of steel (fy) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Allowable Stress for Compression Elements for Highway Bridges calculation can be explained with given input values -> 880000 = 0.44*2000000.

FAQ

What is Allowable Stress for Compression Elements for Highway Bridges?
The Allowable Stress for Compression Elements for Highway Bridges is defined as maximum working stress in the element and is represented as σ=0.44*fy or Allowable Stress=0.44*yield strength of steel. yield strength of steel is the level of stress that corresponds to the yield point.
How to calculate Allowable Stress for Compression Elements for Highway Bridges?
The Allowable Stress for Compression Elements for Highway Bridges is defined as maximum working stress in the element is calculated using Allowable Stress=0.44*yield strength of steel. To calculate Allowable Stress for Compression Elements for Highway Bridges, you need yield strength of steel (fy). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for yield strength of steel 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 Stress?
In this formula, Allowable Stress uses yield strength of steel. We can use 6 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Allowable Stress=Tensile Yield Strength/Factor of safety
  • Allowable Stress=Ultimate Tensile strength/Factor of safety
  • Allowable Stress=Tensile Yield Strength/Factor of safety
  • Allowable Stress=Ultimate Tensile strength/Factor of safety
  • Allowable Stress=Compressive yield strength/Factor of safety
  • Allowable Stress=Ultimate Compressive Stress/Factor of safety
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