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Loaded Area when Design Strength of Concrete for Direct Bearing is Given
Loaded Area=Design Strength/(1.7*Strength reduction factor*Maximum Compressive Stress of Concrete) GO
Required Area of a Base Plate for a Factored Load
Area of base plate=Factored Load/(0.85*Strength reduction factor*Compressive strength) GO
Factored Load when Base Plate Area is Given
Factored Load=Area of base plate*0.85*Strength reduction factor*Compressive strength GO

Design Strength of Concrete for Direct Bearing Formula

Design Strength=1.7*Strength reduction factor*Loaded Area*Maximum Compressive Stress of Concrete
P <sub>n</sub>=1.7*Phi<sub>c</sub>*A <sub>b</sub>*f' <sub>c</sub>
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What is Direct Strength of Concrete?

Design strength is the reduced value of actual resistance offered by a material, which is obtained while considering factor of safety. This term is included in characteristic strength of body to avoid any kind of failure to the concrete structure.

How to Calculate Design Strength of Concrete for Direct Bearing?

Design Strength of Concrete for Direct Bearing calculator uses Design Strength=1.7*Strength reduction factor*Loaded Area*Maximum Compressive Stress of Concrete to calculate the Design Strength, The Design Strength of Concrete for Direct Bearing formula is defined as a function of strength reduction factor of concrete, given as 0.65 and varies on the type of column, loaded area and maximum compressive stress of concrete. Design Strength and is denoted by P n symbol.

How to calculate Design Strength of Concrete for Direct Bearing using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Design Strength of Concrete for Direct Bearing, enter Strength reduction factor (Phic), Loaded Area (A b) and Maximum Compressive Stress of Concrete (f' c) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Design Strength of Concrete for Direct Bearing calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1020 = 1.7*0.6*1E-05*100000000.

FAQ

What is Design Strength of Concrete for Direct Bearing?
The Design Strength of Concrete for Direct Bearing formula is defined as a function of strength reduction factor of concrete, given as 0.65 and varies on the type of column, loaded area and maximum compressive stress of concrete and is represented as P n=1.7*Phic*A b*f' c or Design Strength=1.7*Strength reduction factor*Loaded Area*Maximum Compressive Stress of Concrete. Strength reduction factor is the ratio of elastic strength to yield strength, Loaded Area is the area of column where load is acting and Maximum Compressive Stress of Concrete is the maximum stress that, under a gradually applied load, a given solid material can sustain without fracture.
How to calculate Design Strength of Concrete for Direct Bearing?
The Design Strength of Concrete for Direct Bearing formula is defined as a function of strength reduction factor of concrete, given as 0.65 and varies on the type of column, loaded area and maximum compressive stress of concrete is calculated using Design Strength=1.7*Strength reduction factor*Loaded Area*Maximum Compressive Stress of Concrete. To calculate Design Strength of Concrete for Direct Bearing, you need Strength reduction factor (Phic), Loaded Area (A b) and Maximum Compressive Stress of Concrete (f' c). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Strength reduction factor, Loaded Area and Maximum Compressive Stress of Concrete 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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