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Value of k in Design Reviewing
Ratio of Depth of Compression Area to Depth d=sqrt((((2)*(Modular Ratio))*((Tension reinforcement ratio)+((Compression reinforcement ratio)*(Effective cover/Centroidal distance of tension reinforcement))))+((Modular Ratio^(2))*(Tension reinforcement ratio+Compression reinforcement ratio)^(2))-((Modular Ratio)*(Tension reinforcement ratio+Compression reinforcement ratio))) GO
Stress in Tensile Steel to Stress in Extreme Compression Surface Ratio
Tensile to compressive stress ratio=(Ratio of depth)/2*(Tension reinforcement ratio-((Compression reinforcement ratio*(Distance from compression fiber to NA-Effective cover))/(Centroidal distance of tension reinforcement-Distance from compression fiber to NA))) GO
Distance from Extreme Compression Surface to Neutral Axis
distance to neutral axis=(2*Modular Ratio*area tensile steel*distance to centroid of tensile steel+width of beam*(Flange Thickness^2))/(2*Modular Ratio*area tensile steel+2*width of beam*Flange Thickness) GO
Compressive Stress in Extreme Concrete Surface
Compressive Stress in Extreme Surface of Concrete=(Ratio of Depth of Compression Area to Depth d*Tensile Stress in Steel)/((Modular Ratio)*(1-Ratio of Depth of Compression Area to Depth d)) GO
Moment Resistance of Concrete when Compressive Stress is Given
Moment Resistance of Concrete=(1/2)*Compressive Stress in Extreme Surface of Concrete*Ratio of depth*Ratio of Distance between centroids *Beam Width*(Effective depth of beam)^2 GO
Equation Based on Linear Variation of Stress and Strain with Distance
Ratio of depth=1/(1+(steel stress/(Modular Ratio*Compressive stress of concrete))) GO
Distance between Centroid of Compression and Centroid of Tension
Distance between the centroids=1-(Ratio of depth/3) GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Tensile Stress in Steel when Axial-Load Capacity of Short Rectangular Members is Given
Tensile Stress in Steel=((.85*28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete*Width of compression face*Depth Rectangular Compressive Stress)+(Area of Compressive Reinforcement*Yeild Strength of Base Plate)-(Axial Load Capacity/Resistance Factor))/area of tension reinforcement GO

Stress in Steel Formula

Tensile Stress in Steel=(Modular Ratio*Compressive Stress in Extreme Surface of Concrete*(1-Ratio of depth))/(Ratio of depth)
f<sub>s=(n*f<sub>c</sub>*(1-k))/(k)
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Modular Ratio GO
Compressive Stress in Extreme Concrete Surface GO
Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid when Steel Ratio is Given GO
Area of Tension Reinforcement when Steel Ratio is Given GO
Beam Width when Steel Ratio is Given GO
Steel Ratio GO
Distance between Centroid of Compression and Centroid of Tension GO

What is Neutral Axis

The Neutral Axis is an axis in the cross section of a beam (a member resisting bending) or shaft along which there are no longitudinal stresses or strains.

How to Calculate Stress in Steel?

Stress in Steel calculator uses Tensile Stress in Steel=(Modular Ratio*Compressive Stress in Extreme Surface of Concrete*(1-Ratio of depth))/(Ratio of depth) to calculate the Tensile Stress in Steel, The Stress in Steel formula is defined from the assumption that stress varies across a beam section with the distance from the neutral axis. Tensile Stress in Steel and is denoted by fs symbol.

How to calculate Stress in Steel using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Stress in Steel, enter Modular Ratio (n), Compressive Stress in Extreme Surface of Concrete (fc) and Ratio of depth (k) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Stress in Steel calculation can be explained with given input values -> -59959313.323106 = (10*60000000*(1-50))/(50).

FAQ

What is Stress in Steel?
The Stress in Steel formula is defined from the assumption that stress varies across a beam section with the distance from the neutral axis and is represented as fs=(n*fc*(1-k))/(k) or Tensile Stress in Steel=(Modular Ratio*Compressive Stress in Extreme Surface of Concrete*(1-Ratio of depth))/(Ratio of depth). Modular Ratio is defined as the Ratio between Modulus of Elasticity of Steel and Modulus of Elasticity of Concrete, Compressive Stress in Extreme Surface of Concrete assuming, fc and Ratio of depth is the ratio of depth of compression area to the effective depth of a section.
How to calculate Stress in Steel?
The Stress in Steel formula is defined from the assumption that stress varies across a beam section with the distance from the neutral axis is calculated using Tensile Stress in Steel=(Modular Ratio*Compressive Stress in Extreme Surface of Concrete*(1-Ratio of depth))/(Ratio of depth). To calculate Stress in Steel, you need Modular Ratio (n), Compressive Stress in Extreme Surface of Concrete (fc) and Ratio of depth (k). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Modular Ratio, Compressive Stress in Extreme Surface of Concrete and Ratio of depth 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 Tensile Stress in Steel?
In this formula, Tensile Stress in Steel uses Modular Ratio, Compressive Stress in Extreme Surface of Concrete and Ratio of depth. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Tensile Stress in Steel=((.85*28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete*Width of compression face*Depth Rectangular Compressive Stress)+(Area of Compressive Reinforcement*Yeild Strength of Base Plate)-(Axial Load Capacity/Resistance Factor))/area of tension reinforcement
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