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Shear Capacity for Girders with Transverse Stiffeners
Shear Capacity for Flexural Members=0.58*yield strength of steel*Depth of Cross Section*Breadth of the web*(Shear buckling coefficient C+((1-Shear buckling coefficient C)/((1.15*(1+(Clear distance between transverse stiffeners/Height of cross section)^2)^0.5)))) GO
Modified Total End Shear for Concentrated Loads
Modified Total End Shear=(10*Concentrated load*(span of beam-distance from reaction to concentrated load)*((distance from reaction to concentrated load/Depth of the Beam)^2))/(9*span of beam*(2+(distance from reaction to concentrated load/Depth of the Beam)^2)) GO
Theoretical Maximum Stress for Secant Code Steels
Critical stress=Yield Strength/(1+((Eccentricity*End Fixity Coefficient/(Radius of gyration^2))*(sec((1/Radius of gyration)*sqrt(Concentrated load/(4*Cross sectional area*Modulus Of Elasticity)))))) GO
Maximum Stress For a Circular Section Under Compression
Maximum stress at crack tip=(0.372+0.056*(Distance from nearest Edge/Radius of gyration)*(Concentrated load/Distance from nearest Edge)*sqrt(Radius of gyration*Distance from nearest Edge)) GO
Modulus of Elasticity when Deflection at the Top Due to Concentrated Load is given
Modulus Of Elasticity= (4*Concentrated load/(Deflection*Wall thickness))*((Height of the wall/Length of wall)^3+0.75*(Height of the wall/Length of wall)) GO
Wall Thickness when Deflection at the Top Due to Concentrated Load is given
Wall thickness= (4*Concentrated load/(Modulus Of Elasticity*Deflection))*((Height of the wall/Length of wall)^3+0.75*(Height of the wall/Length of wall)) GO
The Deflection at the Top Due to Concentrated Load
Deflection=(4*Concentrated load/(Modulus Of Elasticity*Wall thickness))*((Height of the wall/Length of wall)^3+0.75*(Height of the wall/Length of wall)) GO
Modulus of Elasticity when Deflection at the Top Due to Fixed Against Rotation is given
Modulus Of Elasticity= (Concentrated load/(Deflection*Wall thickness))*((Height of the wall/Length of wall)^3+3*(Height of the wall/Length of wall)) GO
Wall Thickness when Deflection at the Top Due to Fixed Against Rotation is given
Wall thickness= (Concentrated load/(Modulus Of Elasticity*Deflection))*((Height of the wall/Length of wall)^3+3*(Height of the wall/Length of wall)) GO
The Deflection at the Top Due to Fixed Against Rotation
Deflection=(Concentrated load/(Modulus Of Elasticity*Wall thickness))*((Height of the wall/Length of wall)^3+3*(Height of the wall/Length of wall)) GO
Length of a Rectangular Section Under Compression
Length=3*Distance from nearest Edge GO

5 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Maximum Stress For a Circular Section Under Compression
Maximum stress at crack tip=(0.372+0.056*(Distance from nearest Edge/Radius of gyration)*(Concentrated load/Distance from nearest Edge)*sqrt(Radius of gyration*Distance from nearest Edge)) GO
Maximum unit stress in the steel
Maximum stress at crack tip= (Dead Load Moment/Section Modulus of Steel Beam)+(Live Load Moment/Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section) GO
Maximum Stress For Short Beams
Maximum stress at crack tip=(Axial Load/Cross sectional area)+((Maximum Bending Moment*Distance from the Neutral axis)/Moment of Inertia) GO
The maximum stress in the bottom flange
Maximum stress at crack tip= (Dead Load Moment+Live Load Moment)/ Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section GO
Maximum stress at crack tip
Maximum stress at crack tip=Stress concentration factor*Applied stress GO

Maximum Stress For a Rectangular Section Under Compression Formula

Maximum stress at crack tip=(2/3)*Concentrated load/(Height of cross section*Distance from nearest Edge)
σ<sub>m</sub>=(2/3)*P/(h*k)
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Maximum Stress For a Rectangular Cross Section GO
Maximum Stress For a Circular Cross Section GO
Theoretical Maximum Stress for ANC Code Alloy Steel Tubing GO
Theoretical Maximum Stress for ANC Code 2017ST Aluminium GO
Theoretical Maximum Stress for ANC Code Spruce GO
Theoretical Maximum Stress for Johnson Code Steels GO
Theoretical Maximum Stress for Secant Code Steels GO
Length of a Rectangular Section Under Compression GO
Maximum Stress For a Circular Section Under Compression GO
Radius of the Kern for a Circular Ring GO
Radius of the Kern for a Hollow Square GO
Thickness of Wall for a Hollow Octagon GO

Compressive stress

Compressive stress is a force that causes a material to deform to occupy a smaller volume. When a material is experiencing a compressive stress, it is said to be under compression.

How to Calculate Maximum Stress For a Rectangular Section Under Compression?

Maximum Stress For a Rectangular Section Under Compression calculator uses Maximum stress at crack tip=(2/3)*Concentrated load/(Height of cross section*Distance from nearest Edge) to calculate the Maximum stress at crack tip, The Maximum Stress For a Rectangular Section Under Compression formula is defined as the dimension of Rectangular section under compressive loading. Maximum stress at crack tip and is denoted by σm symbol.

How to calculate Maximum Stress For a Rectangular Section Under Compression using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Maximum Stress For a Rectangular Section Under Compression, enter Concentrated load (P), Height of cross section (h) and Distance from nearest Edge (k) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Maximum Stress For a Rectangular Section Under Compression calculation can be explained with given input values -> 3.399E-8 = (2/3)*5/(5*19.6133).

FAQ

What is Maximum Stress For a Rectangular Section Under Compression?
The Maximum Stress For a Rectangular Section Under Compression formula is defined as the dimension of Rectangular section under compressive loading and is represented as σm=(2/3)*P/(h*k) or Maximum stress at crack tip=(2/3)*Concentrated load/(Height of cross section*Distance from nearest Edge). Concentrated load is a load acting at a single point, Height of cross section is the vertical distance between bottom and top side of 2D section and Distance from nearest Edge is the distance beatween the closest edge of sections and a point load acting on same section.
How to calculate Maximum Stress For a Rectangular Section Under Compression?
The Maximum Stress For a Rectangular Section Under Compression formula is defined as the dimension of Rectangular section under compressive loading is calculated using Maximum stress at crack tip=(2/3)*Concentrated load/(Height of cross section*Distance from nearest Edge). To calculate Maximum Stress For a Rectangular Section Under Compression, you need Concentrated load (P), Height of cross section (h) and Distance from nearest Edge (k). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Concentrated load, Height of cross section and Distance from nearest Edge 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 Maximum stress at crack tip?
In this formula, Maximum stress at crack tip uses Concentrated load, Height of cross section and Distance from nearest Edge. We can use 5 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Maximum stress at crack tip=Stress concentration factor*Applied stress
  • Maximum stress at crack tip=(Axial Load/Cross sectional area)+((Maximum Bending Moment*Distance from the Neutral axis)/Moment of Inertia)
  • Maximum stress at crack tip=(0.372+0.056*(Distance from nearest Edge/Radius of gyration)*(Concentrated load/Distance from nearest Edge)*sqrt(Radius of gyration*Distance from nearest Edge))
  • Maximum stress at crack tip= (Dead Load Moment/Section Modulus of Steel Beam)+(Live Load Moment/Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section)
  • Maximum stress at crack tip= (Dead Load Moment+Live Load Moment)/ Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section
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