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Osmania University (OU), Hyderabad
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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Deflection for Hollow Rectangle When Load in Middle
Deflection of Beam=(Greatest Safe Load*Length of the Beam^3)/(32*(Sectional Area*(Depth of the Beam^2)-Interior Cross-Sectional Area of Beam*(Interior Depth of the Beam^2))) GO
Deflection for Hollow Rectangle When Load is Distributed
Deflection of Beam=Greatest Safe Load*(Length of the Beam^3)/(52*(Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam^-Interior Cross-Sectional Area of Beam*Interior Depth of the Beam^2)) GO
Lateral Deflection of a Pile
lateral deflection=((coefficient Ay*lateral load*(characteristic pile length^3))/pile stiffness)+((coefficient By*moment*(characteristic pile length^2))/pile stiffness) GO
Greatest Safe Load for Hollow Rectangle When Load is Distributed
Greatest Safe Load=1780*(Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam-Interior Cross-Sectional Area of Beam*Interior Depth of the Beam)/Distance between Supports GO
Greatest Safe Load for Hollow Rectangle When Load in Middle
Greatest Safe Load=(890*(Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam-Interior Cross-Sectional Area of Beam*Interior Depth of the Beam))/Length of the Beam GO
Deflection for Solid Rectangle When Load is Distributed
Deflection of Beam=(Greatest safe distributed load*Length of the Beam^3)/(52*Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam^2) GO
Deflection for Solid Rectangle When Load in Middle
Deflection of Beam=(Greatest Safe Load*Length of the Beam^3)/(32*Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam^2) GO
Greatest Safe Load for Solid Rectangle When Load is Distributed
Greatest safe distributed load=1780*Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam/Length of the Beam GO
Greatest Safe Load for Solid Cylinder When Load is Distributed
Greatest Safe Load=1333*(Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam)/Length of the Beam GO
Greatest Safe Load for Solid Cylinder When Load in Middle
Greatest Safe Load=(667*Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam)/Length of the Beam GO
Greatest Safe Load for Solid Rectangle When Load in Middle
Greatest Safe Load=890*Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam/Length of the Beam GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Stress due to impact loading
Stress=Force*(1+sqrt(1+2*Original cross sectional area*Elastic Modulus*Height at which load falls/Force*Length))/Original cross sectional area GO
Thermal Stress in tapered bar
Stress=(4*Force*Length)/(pi*Diameter of bigger end*Diameter of smaller end *Elastic Modulus) GO
Thermal Stress
Stress=Coefficient of thermal expansion*Elastic Modulus*Change in temperature GO
Stress in Concrete
Stress=2*Bending moment/(Ratio k*Ratio j*Beam Width*Depth of the Beam^2) GO
Stress in Steel When Cross-Sectional Reinforcing Tensile Area to Beam Area Ratio is Given
Stress=Bending moment/(Ratio p*Ratio j*Beam Width*Depth of the Beam^2) GO
Stress on the element
Stress=Specific Weight*Length of Rod GO
Mean normal stress in shear plane for given normal force & shear area
Stress=Normal Force/Shear Area GO
Stress due to sudden loading
Stress=2*Force/Area GO
Normal stress or longitudinal stress
Stress=Force/Area GO
Stress due to gradual loading
Stress=Force/Area GO
Stress
Stress=Force/Area GO

Stress in Steel Formula

Stress=moment/(Tensile Reinforcement Area*Ratio j*Depth of the Beam)
σ=M<sub>t</sub>/(A<sub>s*j*D)
More formulas
Stress in Concrete GO
Bending Moment when Stress in Concrete is Given GO
Width of Beam when Stress in Concrete is Given GO
Depth of Beam when Stress in Concrete is Given GO
Stress in Steel When Cross-Sectional Reinforcing Tensile Area to Beam Area Ratio is Given GO
Depth of Roof and Floor Slabs GO
Depth of Light Beams GO
Depth of Heavy Beams and Girders GO

Define stress?

In physics, stress is the force acting on the unit area of a material. The effect of stress on a body is named as strain. Stress can deform the body. How much force material experience can be measured using stress units.

How to Calculate Stress in Steel?

Stress in Steel calculator uses Stress=moment/(Tensile Reinforcement Area*Ratio j*Depth of the Beam) to calculate the Stress, The Stress in Steel formula is defined as the force acting on the unit area of a material. The effect of stress on a body is named as strain. Stress can deform the body. How much force material experience can be measured using stress units. Stress and is denoted by σ symbol.

How to calculate Stress in Steel using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Stress in Steel, enter moment (Mt), Tensile Reinforcement Area (As), Ratio j (j) and Depth of the Beam (D) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Stress in Steel calculation can be explained with given input values -> 39370.08 = 1/(0.0001*1*0.254000000001016).

FAQ

What is Stress in Steel?
The Stress in Steel formula is defined as the force acting on the unit area of a material. The effect of stress on a body is named as strain. Stress can deform the body. How much force material experience can be measured using stress units and is represented as σ=Mt/(As*j*D) or Stress=moment/(Tensile Reinforcement Area*Ratio j*Depth of the Beam). moment is an overturning effect (tends to bend or turn the member) created by the force(load) acting on a structural member, Tensile Reinforcement Area is defined as the area a composite material in which concrete's relatively low tensile strength and ductility, Ratio j is defined as the ratio of distance between centroid of compression and centroid of tension to depth d and Depth of the Beam is the overall depth of the cross section of the beam perpendicular to the axis of the beam.
How to calculate Stress in Steel?
The Stress in Steel formula is defined as the force acting on the unit area of a material. The effect of stress on a body is named as strain. Stress can deform the body. How much force material experience can be measured using stress units is calculated using Stress=moment/(Tensile Reinforcement Area*Ratio j*Depth of the Beam). To calculate Stress in Steel, you need moment (Mt), Tensile Reinforcement Area (As), Ratio j (j) and Depth of the Beam (D). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for moment, Tensile Reinforcement Area, Ratio j and Depth of the Beam 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 Stress?
In this formula, Stress uses moment, Tensile Reinforcement Area, Ratio j and Depth of the Beam. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Stress=Force/Area
  • Stress=Force/Area
  • Stress=2*Force/Area
  • Stress=Force*(1+sqrt(1+2*Original cross sectional area*Elastic Modulus*Height at which load falls/Force*Length))/Original cross sectional area
  • Stress=Coefficient of thermal expansion*Elastic Modulus*Change in temperature
  • Stress=(4*Force*Length)/(pi*Diameter of bigger end*Diameter of smaller end *Elastic Modulus)
  • Stress=2*Bending moment/(Ratio k*Ratio j*Beam Width*Depth of the Beam^2)
  • Stress=Bending moment/(Ratio p*Ratio j*Beam Width*Depth of the Beam^2)
  • Stress=Force/Area
  • Stress=Normal Force/Shear Area
  • Stress=Specific Weight*Length of Rod
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