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Maximum depth to thickness Ratio for Unstiffened Web
Depth to thickness ratio=14000/sqrt(Yield strength of compression flange*(Yield strength of compression flange+16.5)) GO

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Maximum depth to thickness Ratio for Unstiffened Web
Depth to thickness ratio=14000/sqrt(Yield strength of compression flange*(Yield strength of compression flange+16.5)) GO

Depth to Thickness Ratio of Girder With Transverse Stiffeners Formula

Depth to thickness ratio=2000/sqrt(Yield strength of compression flange)
h/t=2000/sqrt(F<sub>y</sub>)
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What are transverse stiffeners?

Stiffeners are secondary plates or sections which are attached to beam webs or flanges to stiffen them against out of plane deformations. Transverse web stiffeners are most common which is vertical stiffeners. They are used to increase shear capacity in a beam web.

How to Calculate Depth to Thickness Ratio of Girder With Transverse Stiffeners?

Depth to Thickness Ratio of Girder With Transverse Stiffeners calculator uses Depth to thickness ratio=2000/sqrt(Yield strength of compression flange) to calculate the Depth to thickness ratio, The Depth to Thickness Ratio of Girder With Transverse Stiffeners is defined as the ratio of girder size if the transverse (vertical) stiffeners are spaced not more than 1.5 times the girder depth. . Depth to thickness ratio and is denoted by h/t symbol.

How to calculate Depth to Thickness Ratio of Girder With Transverse Stiffeners using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Depth to Thickness Ratio of Girder With Transverse Stiffeners, enter Yield strength of compression flange (Fy) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Depth to Thickness Ratio of Girder With Transverse Stiffeners calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.2 = 2000/sqrt(100000000).

FAQ

What is Depth to Thickness Ratio of Girder With Transverse Stiffeners?
The Depth to Thickness Ratio of Girder With Transverse Stiffeners is defined as the ratio of girder size if the transverse (vertical) stiffeners are spaced not more than 1.5 times the girder depth. and is represented as h/t=2000/sqrt(Fy) or Depth to thickness ratio=2000/sqrt(Yield strength of compression flange). Yield strength of compression flange is the stress caused by the compression flange until the permanent deformation happens.
How to calculate Depth to Thickness Ratio of Girder With Transverse Stiffeners?
The Depth to Thickness Ratio of Girder With Transverse Stiffeners is defined as the ratio of girder size if the transverse (vertical) stiffeners are spaced not more than 1.5 times the girder depth. is calculated using Depth to thickness ratio=2000/sqrt(Yield strength of compression flange). To calculate Depth to Thickness Ratio of Girder With Transverse Stiffeners, you need Yield strength of compression flange (Fy). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Yield strength of compression flange 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 Depth to thickness ratio?
In this formula, Depth to thickness ratio uses Yield strength of compression flange. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Depth to thickness ratio=14000/sqrt(Yield strength of compression flange*(Yield strength of compression flange+16.5))
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