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Balanced Moment when Φ is Given
Balanced Moment=Resistance Factor*((.85*28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete*Width of compression face*Depth Rectangular Compressive Stress*(Distance from Compression to Tensile Reinforcement-Distance from Plastic to Tensile Reinforcement-Depth Rectangular Compressive Stress/2))+(Area of Compressive Reinforcement*Yeild Strength of Base Plate*(Distance from Compression to Tensile Reinforcement-Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment-Distance from Plastic to Tensile Reinforcement))+(area of tension reinforcement*Tensile Stress in Steel*Distance from Plastic to Tensile Reinforcement)) GO
Compressive Reinforcement Area when Axial-Load Capacity of Short Rectangular Members is Given
Area of Compressive Reinforcement=((Axial Load Capacity/Resistance Factor)-(.85*28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete*Width of compression face*Depth Rectangular Compressive Stress)+(area of tension reinforcement*Tensile Stress in Steel))/Yeild Strength of Base Plate GO
Tension Reinforcement Area when Axial-Load Capacity of Short Rectangular Members is Given
area of tension reinforcement=((.85*28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete*Width of compression face*Depth Rectangular Compressive Stress)+(Area of Compressive Reinforcement*Yeild Strength of Base Plate)-(Axial Load Capacity/Resistance Factor))/Tensile Stress in Steel GO
Tensile Stress in Steel when Axial-Load Capacity of Short Rectangular Members is Given
Tensile Stress in Steel=((.85*28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete*Width of compression face*Depth Rectangular Compressive Stress)+(Area of Compressive Reinforcement*Yeild Strength of Base Plate)-(Axial Load Capacity/Resistance Factor))/area of tension reinforcement GO
Axial-Load Capacity of Short Rectangular Members
Axial Load Capacity=Resistance Factor*((.85*28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete*Width of compression face*Depth Rectangular Compressive Stress)+(Area of Compressive Reinforcement*Yeild Strength of Base Plate)-(area of tension reinforcement*Tensile Stress in Steel)) GO
Gross Area of Steel Core when Design Strength of Axially Loaded Composite Column is Given
Gross Area of Steel Core=Nominal Loading Capacity*Resistance Factor/(0.85*Critical Compressive Stress) GO

Design Strength of an Axially Loaded Composite Column Formula

Nominal Loading Capacity=0.85*Gross Area of Steel Core*Critical Compressive Stress/Resistance Factor
P<sub>n=0.85*A<sub>s*F<sub>cr/Φ
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Euler's Formula for Critical Buckling Load GO
Euler's Formula for Critical Buckling Load when Area is Given GO
Smallest Moment of Inertia Allowable at Worst Section for Cast Iron GO
Smallest Moment of Inertia Allowable at Worst Section for Wrought Iron GO
Smallest Moment of Inertia Allowable at Worst Section for Low Carbon Steel GO
Smallest Moment of Inertia Allowable at Worst Section for Medium Carbon Steel GO
Maximum Stress For a Rectangular Cross Section GO
Maximum Stress For a Circular Cross Section GO
Theoretical Maximum Stress for ANC Code Alloy Steel Tubing GO
Theoretical Maximum Stress for ANC Code 2017ST Aluminium GO
Theoretical Maximum Stress for ANC Code Spruce GO
Theoretical Maximum Stress for Johnson Code Steels GO
Theoretical Maximum Stress for Secant Code Steels GO
Length of a Rectangular Section Under Compression GO
Maximum Stress For a Circular Section Under Compression GO
Maximum Stress For a Rectangular Section Under Compression GO
Radius of the Kern for a Circular Ring GO
Radius of the Kern for a Hollow Square GO
Critical Slenderness Ratio for Cast Iron Columns GO
Ultimate Load per Area for Cast Iron Columns GO
Ultimate Load per Area for Aluminium Columns GO
Ultimate Load per Area for Aluminium Columns GO
Critical Slenderness Ratio for Aluminium Columns GO
Specified Compressive Strength of Concrete when Nominal Bearing Strength is Given GO
Nominal Bearing Strength of the Concrete GO
Area of the Base Plate when Nominal Bearing Strength is Given GO
Area of the Supporting Concrete when Nominal Bearing Strength is Given GO
Required Area of a Base Plate for a Factored Load GO
Factored Load when Base Plate Area is Given GO
Width Parallel to the Flanges GO
Base Plate Thickness when Projection of Base Plate Beyond the Flange and Parallel to Web is Given GO
Base Plate Thickness when Projection of Base Plate Beyond Flange and Perpendicular to Web is Given GO
Projection of Base Plate Beyond the Flange and Parallel to Web GO
Projection of Base Plate Beyond the Flange and Perpendicular to Web GO
Thickness of Wall for a Hollow Octagon GO
Area of foundation of the Lowest Column of a Structure GO
Load when Area of Lowest Column of a Structure is Given GO
Allowable Bearing Pressure when Area of Lowest Column of a Structure is Given GO
Allowable Bearing Pressure when Full Area of Support is Occupied by Base Plate GO
Equivalent Cantilever Dimension GO
Base Plate Thickness GO
Gross Area of Steel Core when Design Strength of Axially Loaded Composite Column is Given GO
Design Strength of Concrete for Direct Bearing GO
Loaded Area when Design Strength of Concrete for Direct Bearing is Given GO
Critical Buckling Load for Pin Ended Columns GO
Slenderness Ratio of when Critical Buckling Load for Pin Ended Columns is Given GO
Cross-Sectional Area when Critical Buckling Load for Pin Ended Columns is Given GO
Elastic Critical Buckling Load GO
Cross-Sectional Area when Elastic Critical Buckling Load is Given GO
Radius of Gyration of Column when Elastic Critical Buckling Load is Given GO
Torsional Buckling Load for Pin Ended Columns GO
Cross-Sectional Area when Torsional Buckling Load for Pin Ended Columns is Given GO
Polar Moment of Inertia for Pin Ended Columns GO
Axial Buckling Load for a Warped Section GO
Cross-Sectional Area when Axial Buckling Load for a Warped Section is Given GO
Polar Moment of Inertia when Axial Buckling Load for a Warped Section is Given GO
Radius of Gyration of Column when Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns is Given GO
Length of Column when Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns is Given GO
Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns GO
Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns when Column Yield Stress is Given GO
Transition from Long to Short Column Range GO
Column Ultimate Strength with Zero Eccentricity of Load GO
Yield Strength of Reinforcing Steel when Column Ultimate Strength is Given GO
28-day Concrete Compressive Strength when Column Ultimate Strength is Given GO
Axial-Load Capacity of Short Rectangular Members GO
Tensile Stress in Steel when Axial-Load Capacity of Short Rectangular Members is Given GO
Tension Reinforcement Area when Axial-Load Capacity of Short Rectangular Members is Given GO
Compressive Reinforcement Area when Axial-Load Capacity of Short Rectangular Members is Given GO
Balanced Moment when Load and Eccentricity is Given GO
Balanced Moment when Φ is Given GO
Ultimate Strength for Symmetrical Reinforcement GO
Ultimate Strength for No Compression Reinforcement GO
Ultimate Strength for Symmetrical Reinforcement in Single Layers GO
Ultimate Strength for Short, Circular Members when Controlled by Tension GO
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Ultimate Strength for Short, Square Members when Governed by Compression GO
Ultimate Strength for Short, Square Members when Controlled by Tension GO
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Eccentricity of Slender Columns GO
LRFD Strength for a Compression Member GO
LRFD Design Strength of Member GO
Slenderness Ratio that Demarcates Between Inelastic from Elastic Buckling GO
Allowable Compression Stress when Slenderness Ratio is less than Cc GO
Allowable Compression Stress when Slenderness Ratio is Greater than Cc GO

Define a Column?

A column or pillar in architecture and structural engineering is a structural element that transmits, through compression, the weight of the structure above to other structural elements below.Columns are frequently used to support beams or arches on which the upper parts of walls or ceilings rest.

How to Calculate Design Strength of an Axially Loaded Composite Column?

Design Strength of an Axially Loaded Composite Column calculator uses Nominal Loading Capacity=0.85*Gross Area of Steel Core*Critical Compressive Stress/Resistance Factor to calculate the Nominal Loading Capacity, The Design Strength of an Axially Loaded Composite Column formula is defined as the load-bearing capacity of a member computed on the basis of the allowable stresses which are assumed in design. Nominal Loading Capacity and is denoted by Pn symbol.

How to calculate Design Strength of an Axially Loaded Composite Column using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Design Strength of an Axially Loaded Composite Column, enter Gross Area of Steel Core (As), Critical Compressive Stress (Fcr) and Resistance Factor (Φ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Design Strength of an Axially Loaded Composite Column calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.000213 = 0.85*5E-05*50/10.

FAQ

What is Design Strength of an Axially Loaded Composite Column?
The Design Strength of an Axially Loaded Composite Column formula is defined as the load-bearing capacity of a member computed on the basis of the allowable stresses which are assumed in design and is represented as Pn=0.85*As*Fcr/Φ or Nominal Loading Capacity=0.85*Gross Area of Steel Core*Critical Compressive Stress/Resistance Factor. Gross Area of Steel Core is the total area enclosed by the walls. Net area is the usable area, Critical Compressive Stress is the force that is responsible for the deformation of the material such that the volume of the material reduces and The Resistance Factor accounts for the possible conditions that the actual fastener strength may be less than calculated strength value as a result of variations in dimensional tolerances.
How to calculate Design Strength of an Axially Loaded Composite Column?
The Design Strength of an Axially Loaded Composite Column formula is defined as the load-bearing capacity of a member computed on the basis of the allowable stresses which are assumed in design is calculated using Nominal Loading Capacity=0.85*Gross Area of Steel Core*Critical Compressive Stress/Resistance Factor. To calculate Design Strength of an Axially Loaded Composite Column, you need Gross Area of Steel Core (As), Critical Compressive Stress (Fcr) and Resistance Factor (Φ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Gross Area of Steel Core, Critical Compressive Stress and Resistance Factor and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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