## Radius of curvature given bending moment Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Radius of curvature = ((Elastoplastic modulus*Nth moment of inertia )/Maximum bending moment)^(1/Material constant)
R = ((H*In )/M)^(1/n)
This formula uses 5 Variables
Variables Used
Radius of curvature - (Measured in Centimeter) - Radius of curvature the minimum radius one can bend a pipe, tube, sheet, cable or hose without kinking it, damaging it, or shortening its life.
Elastoplastic modulus - Elastoplastic modulus is the constant used when the material yields plastically.
Nth moment of inertia - (Measured in Centimeter⁴) - Nth moment of inertia is the integral arising from non-linear behavior of material.
Maximum bending moment - (Measured in Newton Meter) - Maximum bending moment as the moment at which the entire cross section has reached its yield stress.
Material constant - Material constant is the constant used when the beam yielded plastically.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Elastoplastic modulus: 700 --> No Conversion Required
Nth moment of inertia: 0.0001267 Meter⁴ --> 12670 Centimeter⁴ (Check conversion here)
Maximum bending moment: 20000000 Newton Millimeter --> 20000 Newton Meter (Check conversion here)
Material constant: 0.25 --> No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
R = ((H*In )/M)^(1/n) --> ((700*12670 )/20000)^(1/0.25)
Evaluating ... ...
R = 38670397557.6495
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
386703975.576495 Meter -->386703975576.495 Millimeter (Check conversion here)
386703975576.495 Millimeter <-- Radius of curvature
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## < 4 Nonlinear Behavior of Beams Calculators

Radius of curvature given bending stress
Radius of curvature = ((Elastoplastic modulus*Depth yielded plastically^Material constant)/Maximum bending stress in plastic state)^(1/Material constant)
Nth moment of inertia
Nth moment of inertia = (Breadth of rectangular beam*Depth of rectangular beam^(Material constant+2))/((Material constant+2)*2^(Material constant+1))
Maximum Bending Stress in Plastic State
Maximum bending stress in plastic state = (Maximum bending moment*Depth yielded plastically^Material constant)/Nth moment of inertia
Radius of curvature given bending moment
Radius of curvature = ((Elastoplastic modulus*Nth moment of inertia )/Maximum bending moment)^(1/Material constant)

## Radius of curvature given bending moment Formula

Radius of curvature = ((Elastoplastic modulus*Nth moment of inertia )/Maximum bending moment)^(1/Material constant)
R = ((H*In )/M)^(1/n)

## What is radius of curvature in bending?

Bend radius, which is measured to the inside curvature, is the minimum radius one can bend a pipe, tube, sheet, cable or hose without kinking it, damaging it, or shortening its life. The smaller the bend radius, the greater is the material flexibility (as the radius of curvature decreases, the curvature increases).

## How to Calculate Radius of curvature given bending moment?

Radius of curvature given bending moment calculator uses Radius of curvature = ((Elastoplastic modulus*Nth moment of inertia )/Maximum bending moment)^(1/Material constant) to calculate the Radius of curvature, The Radius of curvature given bending moment formula is defined as the minimum radius one can bend a pipe, tube, sheet, cable or hose without kinking it, damaging it, or shortening its life. Radius of curvature is denoted by R symbol.

How to calculate Radius of curvature given bending moment using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Radius of curvature given bending moment, enter Elastoplastic modulus (H), Nth moment of inertia (In), Maximum bending moment (M) & Material constant (n) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Radius of curvature given bending moment calculation can be explained with given input values -> 3.9E-19 = ((700*0.0001267 )/20000)^(1/0.25).

### FAQ

What is Radius of curvature given bending moment?
The Radius of curvature given bending moment formula is defined as the minimum radius one can bend a pipe, tube, sheet, cable or hose without kinking it, damaging it, or shortening its life and is represented as R = ((H*In )/M)^(1/n) or Radius of curvature = ((Elastoplastic modulus*Nth moment of inertia )/Maximum bending moment)^(1/Material constant). Elastoplastic modulus is the constant used when the material yields plastically, Nth moment of inertia is the integral arising from non-linear behavior of material, Maximum bending moment as the moment at which the entire cross section has reached its yield stress & Material constant is the constant used when the beam yielded plastically.
How to calculate Radius of curvature given bending moment?
The Radius of curvature given bending moment formula is defined as the minimum radius one can bend a pipe, tube, sheet, cable or hose without kinking it, damaging it, or shortening its life is calculated using Radius of curvature = ((Elastoplastic modulus*Nth moment of inertia )/Maximum bending moment)^(1/Material constant). To calculate Radius of curvature given bending moment, you need Elastoplastic modulus (H), Nth moment of inertia (In), Maximum bending moment (M) & Material constant (n). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Elastoplastic modulus, Nth moment of inertia, Maximum bending moment & Material constant 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 Radius of curvature?
In this formula, Radius of curvature uses Elastoplastic modulus, Nth moment of inertia, Maximum bending moment & Material constant. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
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