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Stress in Tensile Steel to Stress in Extreme Compression Surface Ratio
Tensile to compressive stress ratio=(Ratio of depth)/2*(Tension reinforcement ratio-((Compression reinforcement ratio*(Distance from compression fiber to NA-Effective cover))/(Centroidal distance of tension reinforcement-Distance from compression fiber to NA))) GO
Moment Resistance of Concrete when Compressive Stress is Given
Moment Resistance of Concrete=(1/2)*Compressive Stress in Extreme Surface of Concrete*Ratio of depth*Ratio of Distance between centroids *Beam Width*(Effective depth of beam)^2 GO
Stress in Steel
Tensile Stress in Steel=(Modular Ratio*Compressive Stress in Extreme Surface of Concrete*(1-Ratio of depth))/(Ratio of depth) GO

Distance between Centroid of Compression and Centroid of Tension Formula

Distance between the centroids=1-(Ratio of depth/3)
j=1-(k/3)
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Beam Width when Steel Ratio is Given GO
Steel Ratio GO

What is a Compression Member?

Compression Members are structural elements that are pushed together or carry a load, more technically they are subjected only to axial compressive forces.

What is a Tension Member?

Tension Members are structural elements that are subjected to axial tensile forces. Examples of tension members are bracing for buildings and bridges, truss members, and cables in suspended roof systems.

How to Calculate Distance between Centroid of Compression and Centroid of Tension?

Distance between Centroid of Compression and Centroid of Tension calculator uses Distance between the centroids=1-(Ratio of depth/3) to calculate the Distance between the centroids, The Distance between Centroid of Compression and Centroid of Tension formula is defined as the distance from the point about which the area of the section is evenly distributed. Distance between the centroids and is denoted by j symbol.

How to calculate Distance between Centroid of Compression and Centroid of Tension using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Distance between Centroid of Compression and Centroid of Tension, enter Ratio of depth (k) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Distance between Centroid of Compression and Centroid of Tension calculation can be explained with given input values -> -15666.666667 = 1-(50/3).

FAQ

What is Distance between Centroid of Compression and Centroid of Tension?
The Distance between Centroid of Compression and Centroid of Tension formula is defined as the distance from the point about which the area of the section is evenly distributed and is represented as j=1-(k/3) or Distance between the centroids=1-(Ratio of depth/3). Ratio of depth is the ratio of depth of compression area to the effective depth of a section.
How to calculate Distance between Centroid of Compression and Centroid of Tension?
The Distance between Centroid of Compression and Centroid of Tension formula is defined as the distance from the point about which the area of the section is evenly distributed is calculated using Distance between the centroids=1-(Ratio of depth/3). To calculate Distance between Centroid of Compression and Centroid of Tension, you need Ratio of depth (k). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Ratio of depth 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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