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Allowable Compression Stress when Slenderness Ratio is less than Cc
allowable compression stress=(1-((Slenderness Ratio^2)/(2*Value of Cc^2)))/((5/3)+(3*Slenderness Ratio/(8*Value of Cc))-((Slenderness Ratio^3)/(8*(Value of Cc^3))))*minimum specified yield stress of steel GO
Allowable Compressive Stress Parallel to Grain for Intermediate Columns
ACS parallel to grain in given column=ACS in short column of given species*(1-(((Unbraced Length of the member/least dimension)/value of k)^4)/3) GO
Allowable Stress when Area of Compression Flange is Solid and Not Less than Tension Flange
Maximum fiber stress=12000*Moment Gradient Factor/((Unbraced Length of the member*Depth of the Beam)/Area of compression flange) GO
Maximum Unsupported Length of Compression Flange-2
Maximum unsupported length=20000/(minimum specified yield stress of steel*Depth of the Beam/Area of compression flange) GO
Elasticity Modulus when Allowable Compressive Stress in a Rectangular Section is Given
Modulus Of Elasticity=(ACS parallel to grain in given column*(Unbraced Length of the member/least dimension)^2)/0.3 GO
Allowable Compressive Stress Parallel to Grain for Long Columns
ACS parallel to grain in given column=0.274*Modulus Of Elasticity/(Unbraced Length of the member/least dimension)^2 GO
Allowable Compressive Stress in a Rectangular Section
ACS parallel to grain in given column=0.3*Modulus Of Elasticity/(Unbraced Length of the member/least dimension)^2 GO
Slenderness Ratio that Demarcates Between Inelastic from Elastic Buckling
Slenderness Ratio=sqrt(2*(pi^2)*elastic modulus of steel*minimum specified yield stress of steel) GO
Maximum Unsupported Length of Compression Flange-1
Maximum unsupported length=76.0*Width of Flange/sqrt(minimum specified yield stress of steel) GO
Maximum Fiber Stress in Bending for Laterally Supported Noncompact Beams and Girders
Maximum fiber stress=0.60*minimum specified yield stress of steel GO
Maximum Fiber Stress in Bending for Laterally Supported Compact Beams and Girders
Maximum fiber stress=0.66*minimum specified yield stress of steel GO

Simplifying Term for Allowable Stress Equations Formula

Simplifying term for Fb=((Unbraced Length of the member/Radius of gyration )^2*minimum specified yield stress of steel)/(510000*Moment Gradient Factor)
Q=((L/r<sub>T</sub>)^2*F<sub>y</sub>)/(510000*C<sub>b</sub>)
More formulas
Maximum Fiber Stress in Bending for Laterally Supported Compact Beams and Girders GO
Maximum Fiber Stress in Bending for Laterally Supported Noncompact Beams and Girders GO
Maximum Unsupported Length of Compression Flange-1 GO
Maximum Unsupported Length of Compression Flange-2 GO
Modifier for Moment Gradient GO
Allowable Stress when Area of Compression Flange is Solid and Not Less than Tension Flange GO
Allowable Stress when Simplifying Term is Between 0.2 and 1 GO
Allowable Stress when Simplifying Term is Greater than 1 GO

What is a compression flange?

The widened portion of a beam or girder, such as the horizontal portion of the cross section of a simple-span T-beam, which is shortened by bending under a normal load.

How to Calculate Simplifying Term for Allowable Stress Equations?

Simplifying Term for Allowable Stress Equations calculator uses Simplifying term for Fb=((Unbraced Length of the member/Radius of gyration )^2*minimum specified yield stress of steel)/(510000*Moment Gradient Factor) to calculate the Simplifying term for Fb, The Simplifying Term for Allowable Stress Equations formula is defined as the value used to reduce the calculation complexity while evaluating allowable stress. Simplifying term for Fb and is denoted by Q symbol.

How to calculate Simplifying Term for Allowable Stress Equations using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Simplifying Term for Allowable Stress Equations, enter Unbraced Length of the member (L), Radius of gyration (rT), minimum specified yield stress of steel (Fy) and Moment Gradient Factor (Cb) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Simplifying Term for Allowable Stress Equations calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.838188 = ((0.1/1.27000000000508)^2*68947572.9310432)/(510000*1).

FAQ

What is Simplifying Term for Allowable Stress Equations?
The Simplifying Term for Allowable Stress Equations formula is defined as the value used to reduce the calculation complexity while evaluating allowable stress and is represented as Q=((L/rT)^2*Fy)/(510000*Cb) or Simplifying term for Fb=((Unbraced Length of the member/Radius of gyration )^2*minimum specified yield stress of steel)/(510000*Moment Gradient Factor). Unbraced length of the member is defined as the distance between adjacent Points, Radius of gyration here is of a portion of the beam consisting of the compression flange and one-third of the part of the web in compression, minimum specified yield stress of steel is the maximum stress that can be applied before it begins to change shape permanently and Moment Gradient Factor is rate at which moment is changing with length of beam.
How to calculate Simplifying Term for Allowable Stress Equations?
The Simplifying Term for Allowable Stress Equations formula is defined as the value used to reduce the calculation complexity while evaluating allowable stress is calculated using Simplifying term for Fb=((Unbraced Length of the member/Radius of gyration )^2*minimum specified yield stress of steel)/(510000*Moment Gradient Factor). To calculate Simplifying Term for Allowable Stress Equations, you need Unbraced Length of the member (L), Radius of gyration (rT), minimum specified yield stress of steel (Fy) and Moment Gradient Factor (Cb). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Unbraced Length of the member, Radius of gyration , minimum specified yield stress of steel and Moment Gradient Factor and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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