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Theoretical Maximum Stress for Secant Code Steels
Critical stress=Yield Strength/(1+((Eccentricity*End Fixity Coefficient/(Radius of gyration^2))*(sec((1/Radius of gyration)*sqrt(Concentrated load/(4*Cross sectional area*Modulus Of Elasticity)))))) GO
Theoretical Maximum Stress for Johnson Code Steels
Critical stress=Yield Strength*(1-(Stress at any point y/(4*Coefficient for Column End Conditions*(pi^2)*Modulus Of Elasticity))*((Length/Radius of gyration)^2)) GO
28-day Concrete Compressive Strength when Column Ultimate Strength is Given
28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete=(Ultimate strength-Yield Strength*Area of Reinforcement)/(0.85*(Gross area-Area of Reinforcement)) GO
Column Ultimate Strength with Zero Eccentricity of Load
Ultimate strength=0.85*28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete*(Gross area-Area of Reinforcement)+Yield Strength*Area of Reinforcement GO
Q Factor
Q Factors=((effective length factor*Length/Least Radius of Gyration)^2)*(Yield Strength/(2*pi*pi*Modulus Of Elasticity)) GO
Base Plate Thickness when Projection of Base Plate Beyond the Flange and Parallel to Web is Given
Thickness=Projection of base plate beyond flange*sqrt(2*Factored Load/(0.9*Yield Strength*Width*Length)) GO
Projection of Base Plate Beyond the Flange and Perpendicular to Web
Projection of base plate beyond edge=Thickness/(sqrt(2*Factored Load/(0.9*Yield Strength*Width*Length))) GO
Modulus of resilience
Modulus of resilience=Yield Strength^2/(2*Young's Modulus) GO
Safe stress
Safe stress=Yield Strength/Factor of safety GO
Maximum shear stress from von mises criterion
Maximum shear stress=0.577*Yield Strength GO
Draw Ratio
Draw Ratio=Blank Diameter/Cup Diameter GO

Drawing Force for Cylindrical shells Formula

Drawing force=pi*Outer diameter of shell*Thickness of Sheet or Blank*Yield Strength*((Blank Diameter/Outer diameter of shell)-A Constant to cover friction)
P=pi*d*t*σ<sub>y</sub>*((BD/d)-C)
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Bend Allowance GO
Punch Load GO
Clearance Between Two Shears GO
Punching Force for Holes Smaller Than Sheet Thickness GO
Blank Size for Drawing Operation GO
Blank size when there is corner radius on punch (15r ≤ d ≤ 20r) GO
Blank size when there is corner radius on punch (10r ≤ d ≤ 15r) GO
Blank size when there is corner radius on punch (d < 10r) GO
Ironing Force after drawing GO
Mean diameter of the shell after ironing GO
Thickness of shell before ironing GO
Average of tensile strength before and after ironing GO
Percent reduction after drawing GO
Blank diameter from percent reduction GO
Shell diameter from percent reduction GO
Stripping force GO
Perimeter of cut when stripper force is known GO
Maximum shear force when shear is applied to the punch or the die GO
Shear on the punch or die GO
Bending force GO
Perimeter of cut when shear is applied GO
Stock thickness when shear on punch is used GO
Penetration of punch as a fraction GO

How to determine Drawing Force for Cylindrical shells?

The Drawing Force for Cylindrical shells is calculated by considering cup material, its dimensions and configuration. The Drawing Force for Cylindrical shells is that min. force which is required to form cylindrical shells out of sheet metal using drawing die. For shapes other than cylindrical, the above formula would only give an approximation which can be used as a guide.

How to Calculate Drawing Force for Cylindrical shells?

Drawing Force for Cylindrical shells calculator uses Drawing force=pi*Outer diameter of shell*Thickness of Sheet or Blank*Yield Strength*((Blank Diameter/Outer diameter of shell)-A Constant to cover friction) to calculate the Drawing force, The Drawing Force for Cylindrical shells is that min. force which is required to form cylindrical shells out of sheet metal using drawing die. It is calculated by considering cup material, its dimensions and configuration. Drawing force and is denoted by P symbol.

How to calculate Drawing Force for Cylindrical shells using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Drawing Force for Cylindrical shells, enter Outer diameter of shell (d), Thickness of Sheet or Blank (t), Yield Strength y), Blank Diameter (BD) and A Constant to cover friction (C) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Drawing Force for Cylindrical shells calculation can be explained with given input values -> 546.48 = pi*0.01*0.005*35000000*((1/0.01)-0.6).

FAQ

What is Drawing Force for Cylindrical shells?
The Drawing Force for Cylindrical shells is that min. force which is required to form cylindrical shells out of sheet metal using drawing die. It is calculated by considering cup material, its dimensions and configuration and is represented as P=pi*d*t*σy*((BD/d)-C) or Drawing force=pi*Outer diameter of shell*Thickness of Sheet or Blank*Yield Strength*((Blank Diameter/Outer diameter of shell)-A Constant to cover friction). Outer diameter of shell is the maximum width of object under consideration, Thickness of Sheet or Blank is the given thickness of the stock material or blanks, Yield strength can be defined as follows, a straight line is constructed parallel to the elastic portion of the stress–strain curve at a strain offset of 0.002. The stress corresponding to the intersection of this line and the stress–strain curve is defined as the yield strength, Blank Diameter is the diameter of the blank used and A Constant to cover friction takes into account the losses and deviation from calculated value due to friction.
How to calculate Drawing Force for Cylindrical shells?
The Drawing Force for Cylindrical shells is that min. force which is required to form cylindrical shells out of sheet metal using drawing die. It is calculated by considering cup material, its dimensions and configuration is calculated using Drawing force=pi*Outer diameter of shell*Thickness of Sheet or Blank*Yield Strength*((Blank Diameter/Outer diameter of shell)-A Constant to cover friction). To calculate Drawing Force for Cylindrical shells, you need Outer diameter of shell (d), Thickness of Sheet or Blank (t), Yield Strength y), Blank Diameter (BD) and A Constant to cover friction (C). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Outer diameter of shell, Thickness of Sheet or Blank, Yield Strength, Blank Diameter and A Constant to cover friction 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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