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Dead load pressure when thrust is given
Dead load= (2*Compressive thrust/Span for the wall radius)-Live load GO
Span diameter when thrust is given
Span for the wall radius= 2*Compressive thrust/(Live load+Dead load) GO
Thrust of structure
Compressive thrust=(Live load+Dead load)*Span for the wall radius/2 GO
design pressure(Pv) when the height of cover is equal to, or greater than, one pipe diameter
Design pressure=Load Factor*(Dead load+Live load+Impact) GO
Live Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Unapplied Wind and Earthquake Loads
Live load=(Ultimate strength-(1.4*Dead load))/(1.7) GO
Basic Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Applied Wind Loads
Dead load=(Ultimate strength-(1.3*Wind load))/(0.9) GO
Wind Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Applied Wind Loads
Wind load=(Ultimate strength-(0.9*Dead load))/(1.3) GO
Ultimate Strength when Wind and Earthquake Loads are not Applied
Ultimate strength=(1.4*Dead load)+(1.7*Live load) GO
design pressure(Pv) if the height of cover is less than one pipe diameter
Design pressure=Dead load+Live load+Impact GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Basic Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Applied Wind Loads
Dead load=(Ultimate strength-(1.3*Wind load))/(0.9) GO

Basic Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Unapplied Wind and Earthquake Loads Formula

Dead load=(Ultimate strength-(1.7*Live load))/(1.4)
D=(U-(1.7*L))/(1.4)
More formulas
Live Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Unapplied Wind and Earthquake Loads GO
Ultimate Strength when Wind and Earthquake Loads are not Applied GO
Ultimate Strength when Wind Loads are Applied GO
Basic Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Applied Wind Loads GO
Wind Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Applied Wind Loads GO

What is dead load ?

A constant load in a structure (such as a bridge, building, or machine) that is due to the weight of the members, the supported structure, and permanent attachments or accessories.

What is live load ?

Live loads are those loads produced by the use and occupancy of a building or structure and do not include construction loads, environmental loads (such as wind loads, snow loads, rain loads, earthquake loads and flood loads) or dead loads

How to Calculate Basic Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Unapplied Wind and Earthquake Loads?

Basic Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Unapplied Wind and Earthquake Loads calculator uses Dead load=(Ultimate strength-(1.7*Live load))/(1.4) to calculate the Dead load, The Basic Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Unapplied Wind and Earthquake Loads formula is defined as total effect of basic load consisting of dead load plus volume change (shrinkage, temperature) . Dead load and is denoted by D symbol.

How to calculate Basic Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Unapplied Wind and Earthquake Loads using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Basic Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Unapplied Wind and Earthquake Loads, enter Ultimate strength (U) and Live load (L) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Basic Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Unapplied Wind and Earthquake Loads calculation can be explained with given input values -> -6.057143 = (20-(1.7*5000))/(1.4).

FAQ

What is Basic Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Unapplied Wind and Earthquake Loads?
The Basic Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Unapplied Wind and Earthquake Loads formula is defined as total effect of basic load consisting of dead load plus volume change (shrinkage, temperature) and is represented as D=(U-(1.7*L))/(1.4) or Dead load=(Ultimate strength-(1.7*Live load))/(1.4). ultimate strengths is the capacities to resist design loads and their related internal moments and forces and Live load are variable as they depend on usage and capacity.
How to calculate Basic Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Unapplied Wind and Earthquake Loads?
The Basic Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Unapplied Wind and Earthquake Loads formula is defined as total effect of basic load consisting of dead load plus volume change (shrinkage, temperature) is calculated using Dead load=(Ultimate strength-(1.7*Live load))/(1.4). To calculate Basic Load Effect when Ultimate Strength is Given for Unapplied Wind and Earthquake Loads, you need Ultimate strength (U) and Live load (L). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Ultimate strength and Live load 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 Dead load?
In this formula, Dead load uses Ultimate strength and Live load. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Dead load=(Ultimate strength-(1.3*Wind load))/(0.9)
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