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Distance when the Neutral Axis Lies in the Flange
distance from surface to n-axis=(1.18*value of omega*Depth)/constant beta one GO
ω when the Neutral Axis Lies in the Flange
value of omega=distance from surface to n-axis*constant beta one/(1.18*Depth) GO

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Depth of Filter when Treatability Constant is Given
Depth=(ln(effluent bod/influent BOD)/(-1*Treatability constant*(Volumetric flow per unit area)^(-1*Empirical constant))) GO
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Depth=0.159*sqrt((Resistivity*1000000000)/(Relative Permeability*frequency)) GO
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Depth=((inlet capacity/(0.6*Area))^2)*(1/(2*Acceleration Due To Gravity)) GO
Depth of Heavy Beams and Girders
Depth=(Length of Span/12)-(Length of Span/10) GO
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Depth when the Neutral Axis Lies in the Flange Formula

Depth=distance from surface to n-axis*constant beta one/(1.18*value of omega)
d=c*β1/(1.18* ω)
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What is a flange?

A flange is a projecting ridge, rim, collar or ring on an object such as a column, beam, pipe and so on that provides additional strength or stiffness or additional surface area for the attachment of, or to, another object.

How to Calculate Depth when the Neutral Axis Lies in the Flange?

Depth when the Neutral Axis Lies in the Flange calculator uses Depth=distance from surface to n-axis*constant beta one/(1.18*value of omega) to calculate the Depth, The Depth when the Neutral Axis Lies in the Flange formula calculates the depth when we have a prior info of distance c from the extreme compression surface to the neutral axis lying in flange. Depth and is denoted by d symbol.

How to calculate Depth when the Neutral Axis Lies in the Flange using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Depth when the Neutral Axis Lies in the Flange, enter distance from surface to n-axis (c), constant beta one (β1) and value of omega ( ω) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Depth when the Neutral Axis Lies in the Flange calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.423729 = 0.01*1/(1.18*2).

FAQ

What is Depth when the Neutral Axis Lies in the Flange?
The Depth when the Neutral Axis Lies in the Flange formula calculates the depth when we have a prior info of distance c from the extreme compression surface to the neutral axis lying in flange and is represented as d=c*β1/(1.18* ω) or Depth=distance from surface to n-axis*constant beta one/(1.18*value of omega). distance from surface to n-axis is the distance from compression surface to neutral axis, constant beta one is the value of constant β1 and value of omega is the measure of it.
How to calculate Depth when the Neutral Axis Lies in the Flange?
The Depth when the Neutral Axis Lies in the Flange formula calculates the depth when we have a prior info of distance c from the extreme compression surface to the neutral axis lying in flange is calculated using Depth=distance from surface to n-axis*constant beta one/(1.18*value of omega). To calculate Depth when the Neutral Axis Lies in the Flange, you need distance from surface to n-axis (c), constant beta one (β1) and value of omega ( ω). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for distance from surface to n-axis, constant beta one and value of omega 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?
In this formula, Depth uses distance from surface to n-axis, constant beta one and value of omega. We can use 6 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Depth=Length of Span/25
  • Depth=Length of Span/15
  • Depth=(Length of Span/12)-(Length of Span/10)
  • Depth=((inlet capacity/(0.6*Area))^2)*(1/(2*Acceleration Due To Gravity))
  • Depth=0.159*sqrt((Resistivity*1000000000)/(Relative Permeability*frequency))
  • Depth=(ln(effluent bod/influent BOD)/(-1*Treatability constant*(Volumetric flow per unit area)^(-1*Empirical constant)))
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