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Value of k in Design Reviewing
Ratio of Depth of Compression Area to Depth d=sqrt((((2)*(Modular Ratio))*((Tension reinforcement ratio)+((Compression reinforcement ratio)*(Effective cover/Centroidal distance of tension reinforcement))))+((Modular Ratio^(2))*(Tension reinforcement ratio+Compression reinforcement ratio)^(2))-((Modular Ratio)*(Tension reinforcement ratio+Compression reinforcement ratio))) GO
Distance from Extreme Compression Surface to Neutral Axis
distance to neutral axis=(2*Modular Ratio*area tensile steel*distance to centroid of tensile steel+width of beam*(Flange Thickness^2))/(2*Modular Ratio*area tensile steel+2*width of beam*Flange Thickness) GO
Compressive Stress in Extreme Concrete Surface
Compressive Stress in Extreme Surface of Concrete=(Ratio of Depth of Compression Area to Depth d*Tensile Stress in Steel)/((Modular Ratio)*(1-Ratio of Depth of Compression Area to Depth d)) GO
Stress in Compressive Steel
stress in compressive steel=(Distance from compression fiber to NA-Effective cover/(Centroidal distance of tension reinforcement-Distance from compression fiber to NA))*(2*steel stress) GO
Live Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given
Live Load Moment=Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section*(steel stress-Dead Load Moment/Section Modulus of Steel Beam) GO
Dead Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Unshored Members is Given
Dead Load Moment=Section Modulus of Steel Beam*(steel stress-Live Load Moment/Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section) 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
Moment Resistance of Tensile Steel when Area is Given
Moment resistance of tensile steel=(Area of steel required)*(steel stress)*(Distance between reinforcements) GO
Dead Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Shored Members is Given
Dead Load Moment=Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section*steel stress-Live Load Moment GO
Live Load Moment when Stress in Steel for Shored Members is Given
Live Load Moment=Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section*steel stress-Dead Load Moment GO
Distance from Extreme Compression Surface to Neutral Axis in Compression Failure
Neutral axis depth=(0.003*Effective depth)/((steel stress/modulus of elasticity)+0.003) GO

Equation Based on Linear Variation of Stress and Strain with Distance Formula

Ratio of depth=1/(1+(steel stress/(Modular Ratio*Compressive stress of concrete)))
k=1/(1+(f<sub>s</sub>/(n*f<sub>c</sub>)))
More formulas
Stress in Compressive Steel GO
Total Compressive Force on Beam Cross Section GO
Total Compression on Concrete GO
Force Acting on Compressive Steel GO
Force Acting on Tensile Steel GO
Stress in Tensile Steel to Stress in Extreme Compression Surface Ratio GO
Value of k in Design Reviewing GO
Moment Resistance of Tensile Steel when Force is Given GO
Moment Resistance of Tensile Steel when Area is Given GO
Stress in Tensile Steel when Bending Moment is Given GO
Moment Resistance in Compression GO
Stress in Extreme Compression Surface when Moment Resistance is Given GO
Moment Resisting Capacity of Concrete GO
Moment Resisting Capacity of Concrete when Bending Moment is Given GO
Moment Resisting Capacity of Compressive Steel GO
Bending Moment when Moment Resisting Capacity of Compressive Steel and Concrete is Given GO
Moment Resisting Capacity of Compressive Steel when Stress and Area are Given GO

What are the assumptions of working stress method?

1. Plane Section before bending will remain plane after bending 2. Bond between steel and concrete is perfect with in elastic limit of steel 3. The steel and concrete behaves as linear elastic material 4. All tensile stresses are taken by reinforcement and none by concrete 5. The stresses in steel and concrete are related by a factor known as “modular ratio

How to Calculate Equation Based on Linear Variation of Stress and Strain with Distance?

Equation Based on Linear Variation of Stress and Strain with Distance calculator uses Ratio of depth=1/(1+(steel stress/(Modular Ratio*Compressive stress of concrete))) to calculate the Ratio of depth, Equation Based on Linear Variation of Stress and Strain with Distance formula is defined with the parameters stress in steel, modular ratio and compressive stress in concrete. . Ratio of depth and is denoted by k symbol.

How to calculate Equation Based on Linear Variation of Stress and Strain with Distance using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Equation Based on Linear Variation of Stress and Strain with Distance, enter steel stress (fs), Modular Ratio (n) and Compressive stress of concrete (fc) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Equation Based on Linear Variation of Stress and Strain with Distance calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.420353 = 1/(1+(689475729.310432/(10*50000000))).

FAQ

What is Equation Based on Linear Variation of Stress and Strain with Distance?
Equation Based on Linear Variation of Stress and Strain with Distance formula is defined with the parameters stress in steel, modular ratio and compressive stress in concrete. and is represented as k=1/(1+(fs/(n*fc))) or Ratio of depth=1/(1+(steel stress/(Modular Ratio*Compressive stress of concrete))). steel stress is the stress developed in steel, Modular Ratio is defined as the Ratio between Modulus of Elasticity of Steel and Modulus of Elasticity of Concrete and Compressive stress of concrete is the stress on the extreme fiber of concrete surface.
How to calculate Equation Based on Linear Variation of Stress and Strain with Distance?
Equation Based on Linear Variation of Stress and Strain with Distance formula is defined with the parameters stress in steel, modular ratio and compressive stress in concrete. is calculated using Ratio of depth=1/(1+(steel stress/(Modular Ratio*Compressive stress of concrete))). To calculate Equation Based on Linear Variation of Stress and Strain with Distance, you need steel stress (fs), Modular Ratio (n) and Compressive stress of concrete (fc). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for steel stress, Modular Ratio and 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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