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National Institute of Technology (NIT), Tiruchirapalli
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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Goodman Line amplitude stress
Stress Amplitude=Endurance Limit*(1-(Mean stress of the stress cycle/Ultimate Tensile strength)) GO
Goodman Line mean stress
Mean stress of the stress cycle=Ultimate Tensile strength*(1-(Stress Amplitude/Endurance Limit)) GO
Endurance limit the stress of a rotating beam specimen for cast aluminium alloys
Endurance limit of a rotating beam specimen=0.3*Ultimate Tensile strength GO
Endurance limit the stress of a rotating beam specimen for cast iron/steels
Endurance limit of a rotating beam specimen=0.4*Ultimate Tensile strength GO
Endurance limit the stress of a rotating beam specimen for aluminium alloys
Endurance limit of a rotating beam specimen=0.4*Ultimate Tensile strength GO
Endurance limit of a rotating beam specimen for steel
Endurance limit of a rotating beam specimen=0.5*Ultimate Tensile strength GO
Allowable stress for brittle material under tensile loading
Allowable Stress=Ultimate Tensile strength/Factor of safety GO
Ultimate tensile strength for brittle materials
Ultimate Tensile strength=Allowable Stress*Factor of safety GO
Allowable stress for brittle materials
Allowable Stress=Ultimate Tensile strength/Factor of safety GO
Factor of safety for ductile materials
Factor of safety=Tensile Yield Strength/Allowable Stress GO
Yield strength for ductile materials
Tensile Yield Strength=Allowable Stress*Factor of safety GO

4 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Factor Of Safety For The Tri-axial State Of Stress
Factor of safety=Tensile Yield Strength/sqrt((1/2)*(((Normal stress 1-Normal stress 2)^2)+((Normal stress 2-Normal Stress 3)^2)+((Normal Stress 3-Normal stress 1)^2))) GO
Factor Of Safety For The bi-axial State Of Stress
Factor of safety=Tensile Yield Strength/(sqrt((Normal stress 1^2)+(Normal stress 2^2)-(Normal stress 1*Normal stress 2))) GO
Factor of Safety When Strength of Bolt in Tension is Given
Factor of safety=(pi/4)*(Core Diameter^2)*(Tensile Yield Strength/Tensile strength) GO
Factor of safety for ductile materials
Factor of safety=Tensile Yield Strength/Allowable Stress GO

Factor of safety for brittle materials Formula

Factor of safety=Ultimate Tensile strength/Allowable Stress
N=σ<sub>uts</sub>/σ
More formulas
Factor of safety for ductile materials GO
Allowable stress for ductile material GO
Yield strength for ductile materials GO
Allowable stress for brittle materials GO
Ultimate tensile strength for brittle materials GO
Stress due to bending moment GO
Bending moment from bending stress GO
Moment of Inertia from bending moment and bending stress GO
Moment of inertia of rectangular cross-section along centroidal axis parallel to breadth GO
Moment of inertia of rectangular cross-section along centroidal axis parallel to length GO
Moment of inertia of a circular cross-section about the diameter GO
Shear Stress due to torsional moment GO
angle of twist (in radians) GO
Polar moment of inertia of hollow circular cross-section GO
Polar moment of inertia of the circular cross-section GO
angle of twist for solid cylindrical rod in degrees GO
angle of twist for hollow cylindrical rod in degrees GO
Power transmitted GO
Torsional moment from shear stress GO
Polar moment of inertia from shear stress and torsional moment GO
Surface finish factor GO

What is factor of safety and why is it required?

There are always approximations in engineering calculations. Hence, the allowed stress is kept less than failure stress, and the ratio of failure stress to allowed stress is called factor of safety.

How to Calculate Factor of safety for brittle materials?

Factor of safety for brittle materials calculator uses Factor of safety=Ultimate Tensile strength/Allowable Stress to calculate the Factor of safety, The Factor of safety for brittle materials formula is defined as the ratio of ultimate tensile strength and allowable stress. Factor of safety and is denoted by N symbol.

How to calculate Factor of safety for brittle materials using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Factor of safety for brittle materials, enter Ultimate Tensile strength uts) and Allowable Stress (σ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Factor of safety for brittle materials calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1 = 10/10.

FAQ

What is Factor of safety for brittle materials?
The Factor of safety for brittle materials formula is defined as the ratio of ultimate tensile strength and allowable stress and is represented as N=σuts or Factor of safety=Ultimate Tensile strength/Allowable Stress. The Ultimate Tensile strength value and The Allowable Stress also known as working load.
How to calculate Factor of safety for brittle materials?
The Factor of safety for brittle materials formula is defined as the ratio of ultimate tensile strength and allowable stress is calculated using Factor of safety=Ultimate Tensile strength/Allowable Stress. To calculate Factor of safety for brittle materials, you need Ultimate Tensile strength uts) and Allowable Stress (σ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Ultimate Tensile strength and Allowable Stress 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 Factor of safety?
In this formula, Factor of safety uses Ultimate Tensile strength and Allowable Stress. We can use 4 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Factor of safety=Tensile Yield Strength/sqrt((1/2)*(((Normal stress 1-Normal stress 2)^2)+((Normal stress 2-Normal Stress 3)^2)+((Normal Stress 3-Normal stress 1)^2)))
  • Factor of safety=Tensile Yield Strength/(sqrt((Normal stress 1^2)+(Normal stress 2^2)-(Normal stress 1*Normal stress 2)))
  • Factor of safety=Tensile Yield Strength/Allowable Stress
  • Factor of safety=(pi/4)*(Core Diameter^2)*(Tensile Yield Strength/Tensile strength)
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