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10 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Slenderness Parameter
Slenderness parameter=(effective length factor*Effective length/Radius of gyration *pi)*sqrt(Specified minimum yield stress/Modulus Of Elasticity) GO
Permissible Tensile Stress for the Weld When Efficiency of the Welded joint is Given
Tensile Stress in Weld=Tensile force on plates/(Base Plate Thickness*Length of weld*Efficiency of Welded Joints) GO
Length of the Weld When Efficiency of the Welded Joint is Given
Length of weld=Tensile force on plates/(Tensile Stress in Weld*Base Plate Thickness*Efficiency of Welded Joints) GO
Efficiency of Welded Joint
Efficiency of Welded Joints=Tensile force on plates/(Tensile Stress in Weld*Base Plate Thickness*Length of weld) GO
Permissible Tensile Stress for the Weld
permissible tensile stress transverse fillet weld=Tensile force on plates/(Length of weld*Base Plate Thickness) GO
Tensile Force on the Plates When Efficiency of Welded Joint is Given
Tensile force on plates=Tensile Stress in Weld*Base Plate Thickness*Length of weld*Efficiency of Welded Joints GO
Shear Capacity if Web Slenderness is between α and 1.25α
Shear capacity =(0.54*Specified minimum yield stress*Web area*Separation ratio)/(Height of web/Web thickness) GO
Thickness of Plate
Plate thickness=2*Limiting size*sqrt(Actual bearing pressure/Specified minimum yield stress) GO
Plastic Moment
Plastic Moment=Specified minimum yield stress*Plastic modulus GO
Shear Capacity if Web Slenderness is Less Than α
Shear capacity =0.54*Specified minimum yield stress*Web area GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Actual Bearing Pressure Under Plate
Actual bearing pressure=Beam reaction/(Minimum width of plate*Minimum bearing length) GO

Bearing Pressure When Plate Thickness is Given Formula

Actual bearing pressure=(Base Plate Thickness/(2*Limiting size))^2*Specified minimum yield stress
f<sub>p</sub>=(t<sub>p/(2*p))^2*F<sub>yw</sub>
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Area Required by the Base Plate GO
Column Load if Area Required by the Base Plate is Given GO
Plate Length GO
Column Flange Width When Plate Length is Given GO
Column Depth When Plate Length is Given GO
Thickness of Plate GO
Flange Thickness for H shaped Columns GO
Allowable Bearing Pressure When Flange Thickness for H shaped Column is Given GO
Thickness of Plate When Flange Thickness for H shaped Column is Given GO

What are base plates?

Base plates act as a support in order to transfer the compression load acting over the columns. Generally the shape of plate is chosen according to the shape of pedestal. Thicker base plates are found to be more economical.

How to Calculate Bearing Pressure When Plate Thickness is Given?

Bearing Pressure When Plate Thickness is Given calculator uses Actual bearing pressure=(Base Plate Thickness/(2*Limiting size))^2*Specified minimum yield stress to calculate the Actual bearing pressure, The Bearing Pressure When Plate Thickness is Given shows the actual bearing pressure of base plate used in columns with already established plate thickness and width. . Actual bearing pressure and is denoted by fp symbol.

How to calculate Bearing Pressure When Plate Thickness is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Bearing Pressure When Plate Thickness is Given, enter Base Plate Thickness (tp), Limiting size (p) and Specified minimum yield stress (Fyw) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Bearing Pressure When Plate Thickness is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.000862 = (0.01/(2*0.1))^2*344737.864655216.

FAQ

What is Bearing Pressure When Plate Thickness is Given?
The Bearing Pressure When Plate Thickness is Given shows the actual bearing pressure of base plate used in columns with already established plate thickness and width. and is represented as fp=(tp/(2*p))^2*Fyw or Actual bearing pressure=(Base Plate Thickness/(2*Limiting size))^2*Specified minimum yield stress. Base Plate Thickness is defined as the thickness of the base plate, Limiting size is the larger value among 0.5(N -0.95d) and 0.5(B -0.80b), where N isthe plate length, B is the minimum width of plate, d is the depth of column and b is the width of flange and Specified minimum yield stress represents the minimum tensile stress or yield stress required by the flexural member, say, web.
How to calculate Bearing Pressure When Plate Thickness is Given?
The Bearing Pressure When Plate Thickness is Given shows the actual bearing pressure of base plate used in columns with already established plate thickness and width. is calculated using Actual bearing pressure=(Base Plate Thickness/(2*Limiting size))^2*Specified minimum yield stress. To calculate Bearing Pressure When Plate Thickness is Given, you need Base Plate Thickness (tp), Limiting size (p) and Specified minimum yield stress (Fyw). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Base Plate Thickness, Limiting size and Specified minimum yield stress 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 Actual bearing pressure?
In this formula, Actual bearing pressure uses Base Plate Thickness, Limiting size and Specified minimum yield stress. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Actual bearing pressure=Beam reaction/(Minimum width of plate*Minimum bearing length)
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