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Allowable Unit Load for Bridges using Structural Carbon Steel
Allowable Load=(Yield Strength*Cross sectional area/Factor of safety)/(1+0.25*sec((0.375*pi/180)/Least Radius of Gyration*Length of column*sqrt(Factor of safety*Allowable Load/Modulus Of Elasticity*Cross sectional area))) GO
Allowable Stress when Slenderness Ratio is Less than Cc
Allowable Stresses in Concentric loaded column=(Yield stress/2.12)*(1-((effective length factor*Length/Least Radius of Gyration)^2)/(2*Slenderness Ratio Cc^2)) GO
Allowable Stress when Slenderness Ratio is Equal to or Greater than Cc
Allowable Stresses in Concentric loaded column=(pi*pi*Modulus Of Elasticity)/(2.12*((effective length factor*Length/Least Radius of Gyration)^2)) GO
Smaller Moment of unbraced length for Compact Section for LFD when Maximum Unbraced Length is Given
Smaller Moment=(1/2200)*Maximum Ultimate Moment*(3600-Maximum Unbraced Length*yield strength of steel/Least Radius of Gyration) GO
Ultimate Moment of unbraced length for Compact Section when Maximum Unbraced Length is Given
Maximum Ultimate Moment=2200*Smaller Moment/(3600-Maximum Unbraced Length*yield strength of steel/Least Radius of Gyration) GO
Steel Yield Strength when Q Factor is Given
Yield stress=(2*Q Factors*pi*pi*(Least Radius of Gyration^2)*Modulus Of Elasticity)/((effective length factor*Length)^2) GO
Q Factor
Q Factors=((effective length factor*Length/Least Radius of Gyration)^2)*(Yield Strength/(2*pi*pi*Modulus Of Elasticity)) GO
Steel yield strength for Compact Section for LFD when Maximum Unbraced Length is Given
yield strength of steel=((3600-2200*(Smaller Moment/Maximum Moment))*Least Radius of Gyration)/Maximum Unbraced Length GO
Maximum Unbraced Length for Symmetrical Flexural Compact Section for LFD of Bridges
Maximum Unbraced Length=((3600-2200*(Smaller Moment/Maximum Moment))*Least Radius of Gyration)/yield strength of steel GO
Bulking stress
Bulking stress= 45000-1.406*((Soil stiffness factor*Pipe Diameter)/ Least Radius of Gyration)^2 GO
Slenderness Ratio
Slenderness Ratio=Effective Length/Least Radius of Gyration GO

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Pipe diameter when Bulking stress For diameters greater than 126.5r/K is given
Pipe Diameter=(sqrt(12*Modulus Of Elasticity/Bulking stress)*Least Radius of Gyration)/Soil stiffness factor GO
Pipe diameter when flexibility factor is given
Pipe Diameter= sqrt(Flexibility factor*Modulus Of Elasticity*Moment of Inertia) GO

Pipe diamter when bulking stress is given Formula

Pipe Diameter=(-sqrt((Bulking stress-45000)/1.406)*Least Radius of Gyration)/Soil stiffness factor
PD=(-sqrt((F<sub>c</sub>-45000)/1.406)*r)/K<sub>
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Radius of gyration when bulking stress is given GO
Bulking stress For diameters greater than 126.5r/K GO
modulus of elasticity when Bulking stress For diameters greater than 126.5r/K is given GO
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Pipe diameter when Bulking stress For diameters greater than 126.5r/K is given GO
Radius of gyration when Bulking stress For diameters greater than 126.5r/K is given GO

What is radius of gyration?

Radius of gyration is defined as the radial distance to a point which would have a moment of inertia the same as the body's actual distribution of mass, if the total mass of the body were concentrated there.

How to Calculate Pipe diamter when bulking stress is given?

Pipe diamter when bulking stress is given calculator uses Pipe Diameter=(-sqrt((Bulking stress-45000)/1.406)*Least Radius of Gyration)/Soil stiffness factor to calculate the Pipe Diameter, The Pipe diamter when bulking stress is given a straight line joining a point from one end of the pipe to a point on the other end of the pipe. Pipe Diameter and is denoted by PD symbol.

How to calculate Pipe diamter when bulking stress is given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Pipe diamter when bulking stress is given, enter Bulking stress (Fc), Least Radius of Gyration (r) and Soil stiffness factor (K and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Pipe diamter when bulking stress is given calculation can be explained with given input values -> -1032.732431 = (-sqrt((150000000-45000)/1.406)*50)/500.

FAQ

What is Pipe diamter when bulking stress is given?
The Pipe diamter when bulking stress is given a straight line joining a point from one end of the pipe to a point on the other end of the pipe and is represented as PD=(-sqrt((Fc-45000)/1.406)*r)/K or Pipe Diameter=(-sqrt((Bulking stress-45000)/1.406)*Least Radius of Gyration)/Soil stiffness factor. Bulking stress can be described as the highest value of the compressive stress, The Least Radius of Gyration is the smallest value of the radius of gyration is used for structural calculations and Soil stiffness factor can be described as the parameter for compacting the soil.
How to calculate Pipe diamter when bulking stress is given?
The Pipe diamter when bulking stress is given a straight line joining a point from one end of the pipe to a point on the other end of the pipe is calculated using Pipe Diameter=(-sqrt((Bulking stress-45000)/1.406)*Least Radius of Gyration)/Soil stiffness factor. To calculate Pipe diamter when bulking stress is given, you need Bulking stress (Fc), Least Radius of Gyration (r) and Soil stiffness factor (K. With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Bulking stress, Least Radius of Gyration and Soil stiffness factor 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 Pipe Diameter?
In this formula, Pipe Diameter uses Bulking stress, Least Radius of Gyration and Soil stiffness factor. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Pipe Diameter= sqrt(Flexibility factor*Modulus Of Elasticity*Moment of Inertia)
  • Pipe Diameter=(sqrt(12*Modulus Of Elasticity/Bulking stress)*Least Radius of Gyration)/Soil stiffness factor
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