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Moment Gradient Factor when Smaller and Larger Beam End Moment is Given
Moment Gradient Factor=1.75+1.05*(Smaller Moment/Larger Beam End Moment)+0.3*(Smaller Moment/Larger Beam End Moment)^2 GO

Modifier for Moment Gradient Formula

Moment Gradient Factor=1.75+(1.05*(Smaller beam end moment/Larger beam end moment))+(0.3*(Smaller beam end moment/Larger beam end moment)^2)
C<sub>b</sub>=1.75+(1.05*(M<sub>1</sub>/M<sub>2</sub>))+(0.3*(M<sub>1</sub>/M<sub>2</sub>)^2)
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What is the use of moment gradient factor?

When the bending moment at any point within an unbraced length is larger than that at both ends, the value of Cb should be taken as unity.

How to Calculate Modifier for Moment Gradient?

Modifier for Moment Gradient calculator uses Moment Gradient Factor=1.75+(1.05*(Smaller beam end moment/Larger beam end moment))+(0.3*(Smaller beam end moment/Larger beam end moment)^2) to calculate the Moment Gradient Factor, The Modifier for Moment Gradient formula is defined using the two parameters, smaller end moment and larger end moment if the beam is subjected to two unequal end moments. . Moment Gradient Factor and is denoted by Cb symbol.

How to calculate Modifier for Moment Gradient using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Modifier for Moment Gradient, enter Smaller beam end moment (M1) and Larger beam end moment (M2) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Modifier for Moment Gradient calculation can be explained with given input values -> 3.1 = 1.75+(1.05*(50000/50000))+(0.3*(50000/50000)^2).

FAQ

What is Modifier for Moment Gradient?
The Modifier for Moment Gradient formula is defined using the two parameters, smaller end moment and larger end moment if the beam is subjected to two unequal end moments. and is represented as Cb=1.75+(1.05*(M1/M2))+(0.3*(M1/M2)^2) or Moment Gradient Factor=1.75+(1.05*(Smaller beam end moment/Larger beam end moment))+(0.3*(Smaller beam end moment/Larger beam end moment)^2). Smaller beam end moment is the smaller moment on the section when beam is subjected to unequal end moments and Larger beam end moment is the larger moment on the beam when it is subjected to unequal end moments. .
How to calculate Modifier for Moment Gradient?
The Modifier for Moment Gradient formula is defined using the two parameters, smaller end moment and larger end moment if the beam is subjected to two unequal end moments. is calculated using Moment Gradient Factor=1.75+(1.05*(Smaller beam end moment/Larger beam end moment))+(0.3*(Smaller beam end moment/Larger beam end moment)^2). To calculate Modifier for Moment Gradient, you need Smaller beam end moment (M1) and Larger beam end moment (M2). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Smaller beam end moment and Larger beam end moment 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 Moment Gradient Factor?
In this formula, Moment Gradient Factor uses Smaller beam end moment and Larger beam end moment. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Moment Gradient Factor=1.75+1.05*(Smaller Moment/Larger Beam End Moment)+0.3*(Smaller Moment/Larger Beam End Moment)^2
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