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Allowable Load per Inch of Penetration into Member Receiving Point
Allowable Load per inch of Penetration=1380*(Specific Gravity of Wood Oven Dry^(5/2))*Diameter of Spike or Nail GO
Diameter of Wood Screw When Allowable Load per Inch is Given
Diameter of Wood Screw=Allowable Load per inch of Penetration/(2850*Specific Gravity of Wood Oven Dry^2) GO
Allowable Load per Inch of Threaded Portion Penetration into Member Receiving Point
Allowable Load per inch of Penetration=2850*Specific Gravity of Wood Oven Dry^2*Diameter of Wood Screw GO

Diameter of Nail or Spike when Allowable Load per Inch is Given Formula

Diameter of Spike or Nail=Allowable Load per inch of Penetration/(1380*(Specific Gravity of Wood Oven Dry)^5/2)
D=p/(1380*(G)^5/2)
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What is Allowable Strength?

The Allowable Stress or Allowable Strength is the maximum stress (tensile, compressive or bending) that is allowed to be applied on a structural material.

How to Calculate Diameter of Nail or Spike when Allowable Load per Inch is Given?

Diameter of Nail or Spike when Allowable Load per Inch is Given calculator uses Diameter of Spike or Nail=Allowable Load per inch of Penetration/(1380*(Specific Gravity of Wood Oven Dry)^5/2) to calculate the Diameter of Spike or Nail, Diameter of Nail or Spike when Allowable Load per Inch is Given is defined by the parameters allowable load per inch (mm) of penetration into member receiving point, lb (N) and specific gravity of wood, oven dry G. Diameter of Spike or Nail and is denoted by D symbol.

How to calculate Diameter of Nail or Spike when Allowable Load per Inch is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Diameter of Nail or Spike when Allowable Load per Inch is Given, enter Allowable Load per inch of Penetration (p) and Specific Gravity of Wood Oven Dry (G) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Diameter of Nail or Spike when Allowable Load per Inch is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 6.793478 = 150/(1380*(2)^5/2).

FAQ

What is Diameter of Nail or Spike when Allowable Load per Inch is Given?
Diameter of Nail or Spike when Allowable Load per Inch is Given is defined by the parameters allowable load per inch (mm) of penetration into member receiving point, lb (N) and specific gravity of wood, oven dry G and is represented as D=p/(1380*(G)^5/2) or Diameter of Spike or Nail=Allowable Load per inch of Penetration/(1380*(Specific Gravity of Wood Oven Dry)^5/2). Allowable Load per inch of Penetration into member receiving point and Specific Gravity of Wood Oven Dry.
How to calculate Diameter of Nail or Spike when Allowable Load per Inch is Given?
Diameter of Nail or Spike when Allowable Load per Inch is Given is defined by the parameters allowable load per inch (mm) of penetration into member receiving point, lb (N) and specific gravity of wood, oven dry G is calculated using Diameter of Spike or Nail=Allowable Load per inch of Penetration/(1380*(Specific Gravity of Wood Oven Dry)^5/2). To calculate Diameter of Nail or Spike when Allowable Load per Inch is Given, you need Allowable Load per inch of Penetration (p) and Specific Gravity of Wood Oven Dry (G). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Allowable Load per inch of Penetration and Specific Gravity of Wood Oven Dry 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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