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Circle Diameter when Maximum Permissible Eccentricity for Spiral Columns is Given
Diameter =(Maximum permissible eccentricity-0.14*Overall depth of column)/(0.43*Area ratio of cross sectional area to gross area*Force ratio of strengths of reinforcements) GO
Column Diameter when Maximum Permissible Eccentricity for Spiral Columns is Given
Overall depth of column=(Maximum permissible eccentricity-0.43*Area ratio of cross sectional area to gross area*Force ratio of strengths of reinforcements*Diameter )/0.14 GO
Axial Moment at Balanced Condition
moment at balanced condition=axial load at balanced condition*Maximum permissible eccentricity GO

Axial Load at Balanced Condition Formula

axial load at balanced condition=moment at balanced condition/Maximum permissible eccentricity
N<sub>b</sub>=M<sub>b</sub>/e<sub>b</sub>
More formulas
Maximum Permissible Eccentricity for Spiral Columns GO
Maximum Permissible Eccentricity for Tied Columns GO
Circle Diameter when Maximum Permissible Eccentricity for Spiral Columns is Given GO
Column Diameter when Maximum Permissible Eccentricity for Spiral Columns is Given GO
Circle Diameter when Axial Load for Spiral Columns is Given GO
Reinforcement Yield Strength when Axial Load for Spiral Columns is Given GO
Longitudinal Reinforcement Area when Axial Load for Spiral Columns is Given GO
Axial Load for Spiral Columns GO
Reinforcement Yield Strength when Axial Load for Tied Columns is Given GO
Tension Reinforcement Area when Axial Load for Tied Columns is Given GO
Axial Load for Tied Columns GO
Axial Moment at Balanced Condition GO

What is axial load?

The axial load is the load directed over the line of axis. It is either compression or tension force occurring on the member.

How to Calculate Axial Load at Balanced Condition?

Axial Load at Balanced Condition calculator uses axial load at balanced condition=moment at balanced condition/Maximum permissible eccentricity to calculate the axial load at balanced condition, The Axial Load at Balanced Condition is defined as the load which is applied when the eccentricity e equals the eccentricity at a balanced state eb. axial load at balanced condition and is denoted by Nb symbol.

How to calculate Axial Load at Balanced Condition using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Axial Load at Balanced Condition, enter moment at balanced condition (Mb) and Maximum permissible eccentricity (eb) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Axial Load at Balanced Condition calculation can be explained with given input values -> 10 = 10/1.

FAQ

What is Axial Load at Balanced Condition?
The Axial Load at Balanced Condition is defined as the load which is applied when the eccentricity e equals the eccentricity at a balanced state eb and is represented as Nb=Mb/eb or axial load at balanced condition=moment at balanced condition/Maximum permissible eccentricity. Moment at balanced condition is the moment when the eccentricity e equals eb and Maximum permissible eccentricity is the maximum permissible amount by which elliptical orbit deviates from a circle.
How to calculate Axial Load at Balanced Condition?
The Axial Load at Balanced Condition is defined as the load which is applied when the eccentricity e equals the eccentricity at a balanced state eb is calculated using axial load at balanced condition=moment at balanced condition/Maximum permissible eccentricity. To calculate Axial Load at Balanced Condition, you need moment at balanced condition (Mb) and Maximum permissible eccentricity (eb). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for moment at balanced condition and Maximum permissible eccentricity 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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