How to Calculate Length of column in terms of max bending moment for strut subjected to uniformly distributed load?
Length of column in terms of max bending moment for strut subjected to uniformly distributed load calculator uses length_of_column = sqrt((-(Axial Thrust*Maximum initial deflection)-Maximum Bending Moment)*8/(Load intensity)) to calculate the Length of column, The Length of column in terms of max bending moment for strut subjected to uniformly distributed load formula is defined as the vertical distance between two floors or between two tie levels. According to a structural point of view length of the column is the distance between two points where a column gets its fixity of support so its movement is restrained in all directions. Length of column and is denoted by l symbol.
How to calculate Length of column in terms of max bending moment for strut subjected to uniformly distributed load using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Length of column in terms of max bending moment for strut subjected to uniformly distributed load, enter Axial Thrust (P), Maximum initial deflection (C), Maximum Bending Moment (M) and Load intensity (q) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Length of column in terms of max bending moment for strut subjected to uniformly distributed load calculation can be explained with given input values -> NaN = sqrt((-(50*0.03)-10)*8/(98.0664999999931)).