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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
Moment of Inertia of Transformed Beam Section
Moment of Inertia Transformed Beam=(0.5*Beam Width*(Distance Neutral to face of Concrete ^2))+2*(Elasticity Ratio of Steel to Concrete-1)*Area of Compressive Reinforcement*(Distance Neutral to Compressive Reinforcing Steel^2)+Elasticity Ratio of Steel to Concrete*(Distance Neutral to Tensile Reinforcing Steel^2)*Tensile Reinforcement Area 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
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
Depth of Beam when Stress in Concrete is Given
Depth of the Beam=sqrt(2*Bending moment/(Ratio k*Ratio j*Beam Width*Stress)) GO
Bending Moment when Stress in Concrete is Given
Bending moment=(Stress*Ratio k*Ratio j*Beam Width*Depth of the Beam^2)/2 GO
Stress in Concrete
Stress=2*Bending moment/(Ratio k*Ratio j*Beam Width*Depth of the Beam^2) GO
Stress in Steel When Cross-Sectional Reinforcing Tensile Area to Beam Area Ratio is Given
Stress=Bending moment/(Ratio p*Ratio j*Beam Width*Depth of the Beam^2) GO
Shearing Unit Stress in a Reinforced Concrete Beam
Shearing Unit Stress=Total Shear/(Beam Width*Depth of the Beam) GO
Total Shear when Shearing Unit Stress in a Reinforced Concrete Beam is Given
Total Shear=Shearing Unit Stress*Beam Width*Depth of the Beam GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid when Area in Legs of a Vertical Stirrup is Given
Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid =(excess shear*Stirrup Spacing)/(allowable stress in stirrup steel*Stirrup Area) GO

Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid when Steel Ratio is Given Formula

Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid =(area of tension reinforcement)/(Beam Width*Steel Ratio)
d=(A<sub>s</sub>)/(b*ρ)
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Modular Ratio GO
Compressive Stress in Extreme Concrete Surface GO
Stress in Steel GO
Area of Tension Reinforcement when Steel Ratio is Given GO
Beam Width when Steel Ratio is Given GO
Steel Ratio GO
Distance between Centroid of Compression and Centroid of Tension GO

What is centroid of Steel?

The Centroid of Steel is the center of mass of the members cross-sectional sections useful for beam analysis when the moment of inertia is required for calculations.

What is the Purpose of Centroid in a sectional member?

The centroid is used to compute the moment of inertia of the beam, which is used in analysis of the beam's bending stress under weight, beam shear, and beam deflection or other analysis questions.

How to Calculate Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid when Steel Ratio is Given?

Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid when Steel Ratio is Given calculator uses Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid =(area of tension reinforcement)/(Beam Width*Steel Ratio) to calculate the Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid , The Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid when Steel Ratio is Given formula is defined as e steel ratio As steel ratio=As/bd, where As is area of tension reinforcement and b is beam width. Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid and is denoted by d symbol.

How to calculate Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid when Steel Ratio is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid when Steel Ratio is Given, enter area of tension reinforcement (As), Beam Width (b) and Steel Ratio (ρ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid when Steel Ratio is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 20000 = (10)/(0.01*50).

FAQ

What is Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid when Steel Ratio is Given?
The Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid when Steel Ratio is Given formula is defined as e steel ratio As steel ratio=As/bd, where As is area of tension reinforcement and b is beam width and is represented as d=(As)/(b*ρ) or Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid =(area of tension reinforcement)/(Beam Width*Steel Ratio). Area of tension reinforcement is the area of column under tension, Beam Width is defined as the shortest/least measurement of the beam and Steel Ratio is defined as ratio of steel to the beam area at which the yielding of steel happens simultaneously with the crushing of concrete.
How to calculate Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid when Steel Ratio is Given?
The Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid when Steel Ratio is Given formula is defined as e steel ratio As steel ratio=As/bd, where As is area of tension reinforcement and b is beam width is calculated using Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid =(area of tension reinforcement)/(Beam Width*Steel Ratio). To calculate Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid when Steel Ratio is Given, you need area of tension reinforcement (As), Beam Width (b) and Steel Ratio (ρ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for area of tension reinforcement, Beam Width and Steel Ratio 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 Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid ?
In this formula, Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid uses area of tension reinforcement, Beam Width and Steel Ratio. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid =(excess shear*Stirrup Spacing)/(allowable stress in stirrup steel*Stirrup Area)
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