How to Calculate Maximum Bending Stress in Plastic State?
Maximum Bending Stress in Plastic State calculator uses Maximum bending stress in plastic state = (Maximum bending moment*Depth yielded plastically^Material constant)/Nth moment of inertia to calculate the Maximum bending stress in plastic state, The Maximum Bending Stress in Plastic State formula is defined as the stresses within a beam exceed the elastic limit, then plastic deformation will occur. Maximum bending stress in plastic state is denoted by σ symbol.
How to calculate Maximum Bending Stress in Plastic State using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Maximum Bending Stress in Plastic State, enter Maximum bending moment (M), Depth yielded plastically (Y), Material constant (n) & Nth moment of inertia (I_{n}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Maximum Bending Stress in Plastic State calculation can be explained with given input values -> 4E-16 = (20000*0.04^0.25)/0.0001267.