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Stress in Compressive Steel
stress in compressive steel=(Distance from compression fiber to NA-Effective cover/(Centroidal distance of tension reinforcement-Distance from compression fiber to NA))*(2*steel stress) GO
Section modulus of transformed Composite Section when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given
Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section=Live Load Moment/(steel stress-(Dead Load Moment/Section Modulus of Steel Beam)) GO
Section Modulus of Steel Beam when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given
Section Modulus of Steel Beam=Dead Load Moment/(steel stress-(Live Load Moment/Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section)) GO
Stress in Steel for Unshored Members
steel stress=(Dead Load Moment/Section Modulus of Steel Beam)+(Live Load Moment/Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section) GO
Live Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given
Live Load Moment=Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section*(steel stress-Dead Load Moment/Section Modulus of Steel Beam) GO
Moment Resistance of Tensile Steel when Area is Given
Moment resistance of tensile steel=(Area of steel required)*(steel stress)*(Distance between reinforcements) GO
Stress in Steel for Shored Members
steel stress=(Dead Load Moment+Live Load Moment)/Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section GO
Dead Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Shored Members is Given
Dead Load Moment=Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section*steel stress-Live Load Moment GO
Live Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Shored Members is Given
Live Load Moment=Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section*steel stress-Dead Load Moment GO
Distance from Extreme Compression Surface to Neutral Axis in Compression Failure
Neutral axis depth=(0.003*Effective depth)/((steel stress/modulus of elasticity)+0.003) GO
Equation Based on Linear Variation of Stress and Strain with Distance
Ratio of depth=1/(1+(steel stress/(Modular Ratio*Compressive stress of concrete))) GO

3 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Dead load moment when maximum unit stress in steel is given
Dead Load Moment= (Maximum stress at crack tip-(Live Load Moment/ Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section))*Section Modulus of Steel Beam GO
Dead load moment when maximum stress in the bottom flange is given
Dead Load Moment= (Maximum stress at crack tip*Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section)-Live Load Moment GO
Dead Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Shored Members is Given
Dead Load Moment=Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section*steel stress-Live Load Moment GO

Dead Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given Formula

Dead Load Moment=Section Modulus of Steel Beam*(steel stress-Live Load Moment/Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section)
M<sub>D</sub>=S<sub>s</sub>*(f<sub>s</sub>-M<sub>L</sub>/S<sub>tr</sub>)
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Stress in Steel for Unshored Members GO
Stress in Steel for Shored Members GO
Dead Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Shored Members is Given GO
Live Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Shored Members is Given GO
Live Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given GO
Section Modulus of Steel Beam when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given GO
Section modulus of transformed Composite Section when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given GO
Section modulus of transformed Composite Section when Stress in Steel for shored Members is Given GO

What is Dead Load Moment ?

Dead Load Moment is defined as the moment which is caused due to dead loads acting and which is defined as the reaction induced in a structural element when an external force or moment is applied to the element, causing the element to bend. The most common or simplest structural element subjected to bending moments is the beam

How to Calculate Dead Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given?

Dead Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given calculator uses Dead Load Moment=Section Modulus of Steel Beam*(steel stress-Live Load Moment/Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section) to calculate the Dead Load Moment, The Dead Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given formula is defined as moments caused due to stress in steel occurred due superimposition of dead load on member. Dead Load Moment and is denoted by MD symbol.

How to calculate Dead Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Dead Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given, enter Section Modulus of Steel Beam (Ss), steel stress (fs), Live Load Moment (ML) and Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section (Str) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Dead Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> -3.105243 = 1E-08*(689475729.310432-10/1E-08).

FAQ

What is Dead Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given?
The Dead Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given formula is defined as moments caused due to stress in steel occurred due superimposition of dead load on member and is represented as MD=Ss*(fs-ML/Str) or Dead Load Moment=Section Modulus of Steel Beam*(steel stress-Live Load Moment/Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section). Section Modulus of Steel Beam is a geometric property for a given cross-section used in the design of steel beams or flexural members, steel stress is the stress developed in steel, Live Load Moment is the moment generated due to dead load acting to member and Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section, is a geometric property.
How to calculate Dead Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given?
The Dead Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given formula is defined as moments caused due to stress in steel occurred due superimposition of dead load on member is calculated using Dead Load Moment=Section Modulus of Steel Beam*(steel stress-Live Load Moment/Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section). To calculate Dead Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given, you need Section Modulus of Steel Beam (Ss), steel stress (fs), Live Load Moment (ML) and Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section (Str). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Section Modulus of Steel Beam, steel stress, Live Load Moment and Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section 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 Moment?
In this formula, Dead Load Moment uses Section Modulus of Steel Beam, steel stress, Live Load Moment and Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section. We can use 3 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Dead Load Moment=Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section*steel stress-Live Load Moment
  • Dead Load Moment= (Maximum stress at crack tip-(Live Load Moment/ Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section))*Section Modulus of Steel Beam
  • Dead Load Moment= (Maximum stress at crack tip*Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section)-Live Load Moment
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