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Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology (MIET), Meerut
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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Ultimate Strength for Symmetrical Reinforcement
Axial Load Capacity=0.85*28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete*Width of compression face*Distance from Compression to Tensile Reinforcement*Capacity reduction factor*((-Area ratio of tensile reinforcement)+1-(Eccentricity by method of frame analysis/Distance from Compression to Tensile Reinforcement)+sqrt(((1-(Eccentricity by method of frame analysis/Distance from Compression to Tensile Reinforcement))^2)+2*Area ratio of tensile reinforcement*((Force ratio of strengths of reinforcements-1)*(1-(Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment/Distance from Compression to Tensile Reinforcement))+(Eccentricity by method of frame analysis/Distance from Compression to Tensile Reinforcement)))) GO
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
Ultimate Strength for Symmetrical Reinforcement in Single Layers
Axial Load Capacity=Capacity reduction factor*((Area of Compressive Reinforcement*Yield strength of reinforcing steel/((Eccentricity/Distance from Compression to Tensile Reinforcement)-Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment+0.5))+(Width of compression face*Depth of column*28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete/((3*Depth of column*Eccentricity/(Distance from Compression to Tensile Reinforcement^2))+1.18))) GO
Stirrup Spacing for Practical Design
Spacing of Stirrups=(Stirrup Area*Capacity reduction factor*Yield strength of reinforcing steel*Effective depth of beam)/((Design Shear )-((2*Capacity reduction factor)*sqrt(28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete)*Breadth of the web*Effective depth of beam)) GO
Reinforcement Yield Strength when Axial Load for Tied Columns is Given
yield strength of reinforcement=(Bending moment)/(0.40*area of tension reinforcement*(Distance from Compression to Tensile Reinforcement-Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment)) GO
Tension Reinforcement Area when Axial Load for Tied Columns is Given
area of tension reinforcement=(Bending moment)/(0.40*yield strength of reinforcement*(Distance from Compression to Tensile Reinforcement-Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment)) GO
Axial Load for Tied Columns
Bending moment=0.40*area of tension reinforcement*yield strength of reinforcement*(Distance from Compression to Tensile Reinforcement-Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment) GO
Nominal Reinforcement Shear Strength when Area of Steel in Vertical Stirrups is Given
Nominal shear strength by reinforcement=(Area of steel required*yield strength of reinforcement*Centroidal distance of tension reinforcement)/(Stirrup Spacing) GO
Area of Steel Required in Vertical Stirrups
Area of steel required=(Nominal shear strength by reinforcement*Stirrup Spacing)/(yield strength of reinforcement*Centroidal distance of tension reinforcement) GO
Nominal Reinforcement Shear Strength when Stirrup Area with Support Angle is Given
Nominal strength of Shear Reinforcement=(Stirrup Area)/(Yield strength of reinforcing steel)*sin(Angle at Support) GO
Shear Reinforcement Yield Strength when Stirrup Area with Support Angle is Given
yield strength of reinforcement=(Strength of Shear Reinforcement)/((Stirrup Area)*sin(Angle at Support)) GO

2 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Excess Shear when Area in Legs of a Vertical Stirrup is Given
excess shear=(Stirrup Area*allowable stress in stirrup steel*Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment)/(Stirrup Spacing) GO
Excess Shear when Vertical Stirrup Leg Area is Given for Single Bar Bent at Angle α
excess shear=Stirrup Area*allowable stress in stirrup steel*sin(Angle at which the stirrup is inclined) GO

Excess Shear when Stirrup Leg Area is Given for Group of Bars Bent up Different Distances Formula

excess shear=(Stirrup Area*allowable stress in stirrup steel*Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment*(sin(Angle at which the stirrup is inclined)+cos(Angle at which the stirrup is inclined)))/(Stirrup Spacing)
V'=(Av*f<sub>v*d'*(sin(α)+cos(α)))/(s)
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Beam Width when Nominal Unit Shear Stress is Given GO
Area Required in Legs of a Vertical Stirrup GO
Excess Shear when Area in Legs of a Vertical Stirrup is Given GO
Stirrups Spacing when Area in Legs of a Vertical Stirrup is Given GO
Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid when Area in Legs of a Vertical Stirrup is Given GO
Allowable Stress in Stirrup Steel when Area in Legs of a Vertical Stirrup is Given GO
Stirrups Spacing when Stirrup Leg Area is Given for Group of Bars Bent up Different Distances GO
Vertical Stirrup Leg Area when Group of Bars is Bent at Different Distances GO
Excess Shear when Vertical Stirrup Leg Area is Given for Single Bar Bent at Angle α GO
Vertical Stirrup Leg Area when Single Bar is Bent at an Angle α GO

What is stirrup?

Stirrup is a closed loop of the reinforcement bar. Its main purpose is to hold the reinforcement bars together in an RCC structure.

How to Calculate Excess Shear when Stirrup Leg Area is Given for Group of Bars Bent up Different Distances?

Excess Shear when Stirrup Leg Area is Given for Group of Bars Bent up Different Distances calculator uses excess shear=(Stirrup Area*allowable stress in stirrup steel*Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment*(sin(Angle at which the stirrup is inclined)+cos(Angle at which the stirrup is inclined)))/(Stirrup Spacing) to calculate the excess shear, Excess Shear when Stirrup Leg Area is Given for Group of Bars Bent up Different Distances formula is defined as the shear which is present in excess. It is also calculated by ( V'= V - vcbd). In order to resist this excess shear, stirrups and bent up bars are used. excess shear and is denoted by V' symbol.

How to calculate Excess Shear when Stirrup Leg Area is Given for Group of Bars Bent up Different Distances using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Excess Shear when Stirrup Leg Area is Given for Group of Bars Bent up Different Distances, enter Stirrup Area (Av), allowable stress in stirrup steel (fv), Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment (d'), Angle at which the stirrup is inclined (α) and Stirrup Spacing (s) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Excess Shear when Stirrup Leg Area is Given for Group of Bars Bent up Different Distances calculation can be explained with given input values -> 13.66025 = (5E-05*1000000*0.01*(sin(30)+cos(30)))/(0.05).

FAQ

What is Excess Shear when Stirrup Leg Area is Given for Group of Bars Bent up Different Distances?
Excess Shear when Stirrup Leg Area is Given for Group of Bars Bent up Different Distances formula is defined as the shear which is present in excess. It is also calculated by ( V'= V - vcbd). In order to resist this excess shear, stirrups and bent up bars are used and is represented as V'=(Av*fv*d'*(sin(α)+cos(α)))/(s) or excess shear=(Stirrup Area*allowable stress in stirrup steel*Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment*(sin(Angle at which the stirrup is inclined)+cos(Angle at which the stirrup is inclined)))/(Stirrup Spacing). Stirrup Area (Av) is the total cross-sectional area of the stirrup bars used, Allowable stress in stirrup steel is 55% of those for ultimate strength design, Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment is defined as the distance from extreme compression surface to the centroid of compression reinforcement, in (mm), Angle at which the stirrup is inclined series constitutes bars that are bent up at different distances from the support or when the stirrup is inclined and Stirrup Spacing is the approximate minimum spacing between two bars in a section.
How to calculate Excess Shear when Stirrup Leg Area is Given for Group of Bars Bent up Different Distances?
Excess Shear when Stirrup Leg Area is Given for Group of Bars Bent up Different Distances formula is defined as the shear which is present in excess. It is also calculated by ( V'= V - vcbd). In order to resist this excess shear, stirrups and bent up bars are used is calculated using excess shear=(Stirrup Area*allowable stress in stirrup steel*Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment*(sin(Angle at which the stirrup is inclined)+cos(Angle at which the stirrup is inclined)))/(Stirrup Spacing). To calculate Excess Shear when Stirrup Leg Area is Given for Group of Bars Bent up Different Distances, you need Stirrup Area (Av), allowable stress in stirrup steel (fv), Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment (d'), Angle at which the stirrup is inclined (α) and Stirrup Spacing (s). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Stirrup Area, allowable stress in stirrup steel, Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment, Angle at which the stirrup is inclined and Stirrup Spacing 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 excess shear?
In this formula, excess shear uses Stirrup Area, allowable stress in stirrup steel, Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment, Angle at which the stirrup is inclined and Stirrup Spacing. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • excess shear=(Stirrup Area*allowable stress in stirrup steel*Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment)/(Stirrup Spacing)
  • excess shear=Stirrup Area*allowable stress in stirrup steel*sin(Angle at which the stirrup is inclined)
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