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28-Day Concrete Compressive Strength when Axial Capacity of Wall is Given
28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete=(axial capacity)/(0.55*strength reduction factor for bearing walls*Gross area of column*(1-((effective length factor*Distance between Supports)/(32*Overall thickness of wall))^2)) GO
Axial Capacity of Wall
axial capacity=0.55*strength reduction factor for bearing walls*28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete*Gross area of column*(1-((effective length factor*Distance between Supports)/(32*Overall thickness of wall))^2) GO
28-Day Concrete Compressive Strength when Volume of Spiral Steel to Concrete Core Ratio is Given
28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete=((ratio of volume of spiral steel to concrete core*Yield strength of spiral reinforcement)/(0.45*((Gross area of column/Cross sectional area of column)-1))) GO
Spiral Steel Yield Strength when Volume of Spiral Steel to Concrete Core Ratio is Given
Yield strength of spiral reinforcement=(0.45*((Gross area of column/Cross sectional area of column)-1)*28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete)/ratio of volume of spiral steel to concrete core GO
Volume of Spiral Steel to Volume of Concrete Core Ratio
ratio of volume of spiral steel to concrete core=(0.45*((Gross area of column/Cross sectional area of column)-1)*28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete/Yield strength of spiral reinforcement) GO
Spiral Reinforcement Yield Strength when Spiral Volume to Concrete Core Volume Ratio is Given
Yield strength of spiral reinforcement=0.45*((Gross area of column/Cross sectional area of column)-1)*(Compressive strength/Ratio of spiral to concrete core volume) GO
Spiral Volume to Concrete-Core Volume Ratio
Ratio of spiral to concrete core volume=0.45*((Gross area of column/Cross sectional area of column)-1)*(Compressive strength/Yield strength of spiral reinforcement) GO
Concrete Compressive Strength when Total Allowable Axial Load is Given
Compressive strength=((Allowable Load/Gross area of column)-Allowable stress in vertical reinforcement*Area ratio of cross sectional area to gross area)/0.25 GO
Allowable Stress in Vertical Concrete Reinforcing when Total Allowable Axial Load is Given
Allowable stress in vertical reinforcement=(Allowable Load/Gross area of column-0.25*Compressive strength)/Area ratio of cross sectional area to gross area GO
Total Allowable Axial Load for Short Columns
Allowable Load=Gross area of column*(0.25*Compressive strength+Allowable stress in vertical reinforcement*Area ratio of cross sectional area to gross area) GO
Maximum Strength for Compression Members
Column Strength=0.85*Gross area of column*Buckling Stress GO

2 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Buckling Stress when Q Factor is Less Than or Equal to 1
Buckling Stress=(1-(Q Factors/2))*Yield stress GO
Buckling Stress when Q Factor is Greater Than 1
Buckling Stress=Yield stress/(2*Q Factors) GO

Buckling Stress when Maximum Strength is Given Formula

Buckling Stress=Column Strength/(0.85*Gross area of column)
F <sub>cr</sub>=P <sub>u</sub>/(0.85*A<sub>g</sub>)
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What is Buckling Stress ?

The elastic buckling is defined as the stress is the highest value of the compressive stress in the plane of the initially flat plate, in which a nonzero out-of-plane deflection of the middle portion of the plate can exist.

How to Calculate Buckling Stress when Maximum Strength is Given?

Buckling Stress when Maximum Strength is Given calculator uses Buckling Stress=Column Strength/(0.85*Gross area of column) to calculate the Buckling Stress, The Buckling Stress when Maximum Strength is Given is defined as the stress at which a long column is supposed to fail through bending. Buckling Stress and is denoted by F cr symbol.

How to calculate Buckling Stress when Maximum Strength is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Buckling Stress when Maximum Strength is Given, enter Column Strength (P u) and Gross area of column (Ag) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Buckling Stress when Maximum Strength is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 147058.8 = 1000000/(0.85*8E-06).

FAQ

What is Buckling Stress when Maximum Strength is Given?
The Buckling Stress when Maximum Strength is Given is defined as the stress at which a long column is supposed to fail through bending and is represented as F cr=P u/(0.85*Ag) or Buckling Stress=Column Strength/(0.85*Gross area of column). Column Strength is maximum load that a column can hold before failing and Gross area of column is the total area enclosed by the column.
How to calculate Buckling Stress when Maximum Strength is Given?
The Buckling Stress when Maximum Strength is Given is defined as the stress at which a long column is supposed to fail through bending is calculated using Buckling Stress=Column Strength/(0.85*Gross area of column). To calculate Buckling Stress when Maximum Strength is Given, you need Column Strength (P u) and Gross area of column (Ag). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Column Strength and Gross area of column 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 Buckling Stress?
In this formula, Buckling Stress uses Column Strength and Gross area of column. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Buckling Stress=Yield stress/(2*Q Factors)
  • Buckling Stress=(1-(Q Factors/2))*Yield stress
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