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Spacing of Closed Stirrups for Torsion
Spacing of Closed Stirrups=(Area of One Leg of a Closed Stirrup*Capacity reduction factor*Yield strength of reinforcing steel*Thermal Expansion Coefficient*Shorter Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup*Longer Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup)/(Ultimate Design Torsional Moment-Capacity reduction factor*Max Concrete Torsion) GO
Stirrups Spacing when Stirrup Leg Area is Given for Group of Bars Bent up Different Distances
Stirrup Spacing=(Stirrup Area*allowable stress in stirrup steel*Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment*(sin(Angle at which the stirrup is inclined)+cos(Angle at which the stirrup is inclined)))/(excess shear) GO
Excess Shear when Stirrup Leg Area is Given for Group of Bars Bent up Different Distances
excess shear=(Stirrup Area*allowable stress in stirrup steel*Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment*(sin(Angle at which the stirrup is inclined)+cos(Angle at which the stirrup is inclined)))/(Stirrup Spacing) GO
Vertical Stirrup Leg Area when Group of Bars is Bent at Different Distances
Stirrup Area=(excess shear*Stirrup Spacing)/(allowable stress in stirrup steel*Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment*(cos(Angle at which the stirrup is inclined)+sin(Angle at which the stirrup is inclined))) GO
Max Concrete Torsion
Max Concrete Torsion=(0.8*sqrt(28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete)*Sum for Component Rectangles of Section)/sqrt(1+(0.4*Applied Shear at Section/Total Compression on Steel*Ultimate Design Torsional Moment)^2) GO
Excess Shear when Area in Legs of a Vertical Stirrup is Given
excess shear=(Stirrup Area*allowable stress in stirrup steel*Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment)/(Stirrup Spacing) GO
Area Required in Legs of a Vertical Stirrup
Stirrup Area=(excess shear*Stirrup Spacing)/(allowable stress in stirrup steel*Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment) GO
Stirrups Spacing when Area in Legs of a Vertical Stirrup is Given
Spacing of Stirrups=(Stirrup Area*allowable stress in stirrup steel*Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid )/excess shear GO
Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid when Area in Legs of a Vertical Stirrup is Given
Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid =(excess shear*Stirrup Spacing)/(allowable stress in stirrup steel*Stirrup Area) GO
Vertical Stirrup Leg Area when Single Bar is Bent at an Angle α
Stirrup Area=excess shear/(allowable stress in stirrup steel*sin(Angle at which the stirrup is inclined)) GO
Excess Shear when Vertical Stirrup Leg Area is Given for Single Bar Bent at Angle α
excess shear=Stirrup Area*allowable stress in stirrup steel*sin(Angle at which the stirrup is inclined) GO

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Spacing of Closed Stirrups for Torsion
Spacing of Closed Stirrups=(Area of One Leg of a Closed Stirrup*Capacity reduction factor*Yield strength of reinforcing steel*Thermal Expansion Coefficient*Shorter Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup*Longer Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup)/(Ultimate Design Torsional Moment-Capacity reduction factor*Max Concrete Torsion) GO

Spacing of Closed Stirrups for Torsion Formula

Spacing of Closed Stirrups=(3*Area of One Leg of a Closed Stirrup*Coefficient*Shorter Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup*Longer Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup*allowable stress in stirrup steel)/(Torsional Stress-Allowable Torsion Stress on Concrete)*Sum for Component Rectangles of Section
s=(3*A<sub>t</sub>*α<sub>t</sub>*x<sub>1</sub>*y<sub>1</sub>*f<sub>v)/(v<sub>t</sub>-v<sub>tc</sub>)* Σx2y
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What is a Stirrup?

Stirrup refers to a closed loop of reinforcement bar. Its main purpose is to hold the reinforcement bars together in an RCC structure.

How to Calculate Spacing of Closed Stirrups for Torsion?

Spacing of Closed Stirrups for Torsion calculator uses Spacing of Closed Stirrups=(3*Area of One Leg of a Closed Stirrup*Coefficient*Shorter Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup*Longer Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup*allowable stress in stirrup steel)/(Torsional Stress-Allowable Torsion Stress on Concrete)*Sum for Component Rectangles of Section to calculate the Spacing of Closed Stirrups, The Spacing of Closed Stirrups for Torsion formula is defined by the parameters shorter and longer dimensions of closed stirrups, allowable stress in stirrup area, Torsional stress, Allowable Torsion stress on Concrete and sum for the component rectangles of the section of the product of the square of the shorter side and the longer side of each rectangle. Spacing of Closed Stirrups and is denoted by s symbol.

How to calculate Spacing of Closed Stirrups for Torsion using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Spacing of Closed Stirrups for Torsion, enter Area of One Leg of a Closed Stirrup (At), Coefficient t), Shorter Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup (x1), Longer Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup (y1), allowable stress in stirrup steel (fv), Torsional Stress (vt), Allowable Torsion Stress on Concrete (vtc) and Sum for Component Rectangles of Section ( Σx2y) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Spacing of Closed Stirrups for Torsion calculation can be explained with given input values -> NaN = (3*0.0001*1*0.05*0.2*1000000)/(50-50)*100.

FAQ

What is Spacing of Closed Stirrups for Torsion?
The Spacing of Closed Stirrups for Torsion formula is defined by the parameters shorter and longer dimensions of closed stirrups, allowable stress in stirrup area, Torsional stress, Allowable Torsion stress on Concrete and sum for the component rectangles of the section of the product of the square of the shorter side and the longer side of each rectangle and is represented as s=(3*Att*x1*y1*fv)/(vt-vtc)* Σx2y or Spacing of Closed Stirrups=(3*Area of One Leg of a Closed Stirrup*Coefficient*Shorter Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup*Longer Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup*allowable stress in stirrup steel)/(Torsional Stress-Allowable Torsion Stress on Concrete)*Sum for Component Rectangles of Section. Area of One Leg of a Closed Stirrup resisting torsion within a distance s, Coefficient αt in Spacing of closed stirrups for torsion, Shorter Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup, Longer Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup, Allowable stress in stirrup steel is 55% of those for ultimate strength design, Torsional Stress is the shear stress produced in the shaft due to the twisting, Allowable Torsion Stress on Concrete and Sum for Component Rectangles of Section of of product of square of shorter side and longer side of each rectangle.
How to calculate Spacing of Closed Stirrups for Torsion?
The Spacing of Closed Stirrups for Torsion formula is defined by the parameters shorter and longer dimensions of closed stirrups, allowable stress in stirrup area, Torsional stress, Allowable Torsion stress on Concrete and sum for the component rectangles of the section of the product of the square of the shorter side and the longer side of each rectangle is calculated using Spacing of Closed Stirrups=(3*Area of One Leg of a Closed Stirrup*Coefficient*Shorter Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup*Longer Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup*allowable stress in stirrup steel)/(Torsional Stress-Allowable Torsion Stress on Concrete)*Sum for Component Rectangles of Section. To calculate Spacing of Closed Stirrups for Torsion, you need Area of One Leg of a Closed Stirrup (At), Coefficient t), Shorter Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup (x1), Longer Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup (y1), allowable stress in stirrup steel (fv), Torsional Stress (vt), Allowable Torsion Stress on Concrete (vtc) and Sum for Component Rectangles of Section ( Σx2y). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Area of One Leg of a Closed Stirrup, Coefficient, Shorter Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup, Longer Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup, allowable stress in stirrup steel, Torsional Stress, Allowable Torsion Stress on Concrete and Sum for Component Rectangles of Section 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 Spacing of Closed Stirrups?
In this formula, Spacing of Closed Stirrups uses Area of One Leg of a Closed Stirrup, Coefficient, Shorter Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup, Longer Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup, allowable stress in stirrup steel, Torsional Stress, Allowable Torsion Stress on Concrete and Sum for Component Rectangles of Section. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Spacing of Closed Stirrups=(Area of One Leg of a Closed Stirrup*Capacity reduction factor*Yield strength of reinforcing steel*Thermal Expansion Coefficient*Shorter Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup*Longer Dimension c to c of Legs of Closed Stirrup)/(Ultimate Design Torsional Moment-Capacity reduction factor*Max Concrete Torsion)
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