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Actual Stiffener Spacing when Minimum Moment of Inertia of a Transverse Stiffener is Given
Spacing of Stirrups=(-Area Moment Of Inertia+(sqrt(Area Moment Of Inertia^2+20*Breadth of the web^5*Overall depth of column^2)))/(4*Breadth of the web^2) GO
Web Thickness when Minimum Moment of Inertia of a Transverse Stiffener is Given
Breadth of the web=(Area Moment Of Inertia/(Spacing of Stirrups*(2.5*Overall depth of column^2/Breadth of the web^2-2)))^(1/3) GO
Web Thickness when Moment of Inertia is Given
Breadth of the web=(Area Moment Of Inertia/Height of the Section*(2.4*((Stirrup Spacing/Height of the Section)^2)-0.13))^(1/3) GO
Bending moment from bending stress
Bending moment=(Bending Stress*Area Moment Of Inertia)/Distance from neutral axis GO
Stress due to bending moment
Bending Stress=(Bending moment*Distance from neutral axis)/Area Moment Of Inertia GO
Moment of Inertia of Transformed Section when Horizontal Shear Range is Given
Area Moment Of Inertia=Static Moment*Shear Range/Horizontal Shearing Stress GO
Shear Range due to Live and Impact Load when Horizontal Shear Range is Given
Shear Range=Horizontal Shearing Stress*Area Moment Of Inertia/Static Moment GO
Static Moment of Transformed Section when Horizontal Shear Range is Given
Static Moment=Horizontal Shearing Stress*Area Moment Of Inertia/Shear Range GO
Radius of gyration if moment of inertia and area is known
Radius of gyration=sqrt(Area Moment Of Inertia/Area of cross section) GO
Volume of body in fluid for metacentric height and BG
Volume=Area Moment Of Inertia/(Metacentric height+length BG) GO

4 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Horizontal Shearing Stress in a Rectangular Timber Beam when Notch in the Lower Face
Horizontal Shearing Stress=(3*Total Shear/(2*width of beam*depth of beam above notch))*(Depth of the Beam/depth of beam above notch) GO
The total horizontal shear
Horizontal Shearing Stress= (0.85*28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete*Actual area of effective concrete)/2 GO
Horizontal Shearing Stress in a Rectangular Timber Beam
Horizontal Shearing Stress= (3*Total Shear)/(2*width of beam*Height of Beam) GO
Total horizontal shear Vh
Horizontal Shearing Stress=(steel area*Yield Strength)/2 GO

Horizontal Shear Range at the juncture of Slab and Beam Formula

Horizontal Shearing Stress=Shear Range*Static Moment/Area Moment Of Inertia
H<sub>=V<sub>r</sub>*Q/I
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Allowable Horizontal Shear for Individual Connector for 100,000 cycles GO
Allowable Horizontal Shear for Individual Connector for 500,000 cycles GO
Allowable Horizontal Shear for Individual Connector for 2 million cycles GO
Allowable Horizontal Shear for Individual Connector for over 2 million cycles GO
Allowable Horizontal Shear for welded studs for 100,000 cycles GO
Allowable Horizontal Shear for welded studs for 500,000 cycles GO
Allowable Horizontal Shear for welded studs for 2 million cycles GO
Allowable Horizontal Shear for welded studs for over 2 million cycles GO

What is Horizontal Shear ?

In the plane , a horizontal shear (or shear parallel to the x axis) is a function that takes a generic point with coordinates to the point ; where. is a fixed parameter, called the shear factor. The effect of this mapping is to displace every point horizontally by an amount proportionally to its coordinate.

How to Calculate Horizontal Shear Range at the juncture of Slab and Beam?

Horizontal Shear Range at the juncture of Slab and Beam calculator uses Horizontal Shearing Stress=Shear Range*Static Moment/Area Moment Of Inertia to calculate the Horizontal Shearing Stress, The Horizontal Shear Range at the juncture of Slab and Beam formula is defined as shear stress for which shear connectors in bridges are designed for fatigue. Horizontal Shearing Stress and is denoted by H symbol.

How to calculate Horizontal Shear Range at the juncture of Slab and Beam using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Horizontal Shear Range at the juncture of Slab and Beam, enter Shear Range (Vr), Static Moment (Q) and Area Moment Of Inertia (I) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Horizontal Shear Range at the juncture of Slab and Beam calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.000E-10 = 10000*1E-08/1.

FAQ

What is Horizontal Shear Range at the juncture of Slab and Beam?
The Horizontal Shear Range at the juncture of Slab and Beam formula is defined as shear stress for which shear connectors in bridges are designed for fatigue and is represented as Hr*Q/I or Horizontal Shearing Stress=Shear Range*Static Moment/Area Moment Of Inertia. Shear Range is difference between minimum and maximum shears at the point ,due to live load and impact, Static Moment of transformed compressive concrete area about neutral axis of transformed section and The Area Moment Of Inertia value.
How to calculate Horizontal Shear Range at the juncture of Slab and Beam?
The Horizontal Shear Range at the juncture of Slab and Beam formula is defined as shear stress for which shear connectors in bridges are designed for fatigue is calculated using Horizontal Shearing Stress=Shear Range*Static Moment/Area Moment Of Inertia. To calculate Horizontal Shear Range at the juncture of Slab and Beam, you need Shear Range (Vr), Static Moment (Q) and Area Moment Of Inertia (I). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Shear Range, Static Moment and Area Moment Of Inertia 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 Horizontal Shearing Stress?
In this formula, Horizontal Shearing Stress uses Shear Range, Static Moment and Area Moment Of Inertia. We can use 4 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Horizontal Shearing Stress= (3*Total Shear)/(2*width of beam*Height of Beam)
  • Horizontal Shearing Stress=(3*Total Shear/(2*width of beam*depth of beam above notch))*(Depth of the Beam/depth of beam above notch)
  • Horizontal Shearing Stress= (0.85*28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete*Actual area of effective concrete)/2
  • Horizontal Shearing Stress=(steel area*Yield Strength)/2
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