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Tension Correction to Measured Length
Tension correction=(((Final tension-Initial tension)*Measured length)/(Area of tape*Modulus of elasticity)) GO
Tape Standardized Tension when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given
Initial tension=(Final tension-((Tension correction*Area of tape*Modulus of elasticity)/Measured length)) GO
Tape Elasticity Modulus when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given
Modulus of elasticity=((Final tension-Initial tension)*Measured length)/(Tension correction*Area of tape) GO
Actual Tension when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given
Final tension=(Initial tension+((Tension correction*Area of tape*Modulus of elasticity)/Measured length)) GO
Measured Length when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given
Measured length=(Tension correction*Area of tape*Modulus of elasticity)/(Final tension-Initial tension) GO
Tape Weight when Sag Correction of Unsupported Tape is Given
Weight of tape per unit length=((Sag correction*24*(Initial tension^2))/(Unsupported length^3))^(1/2) GO
Sag Correction of Unsupported Tape
Sag correction=((Weight of tape per unit length^2)*(Unsupported length^3))/(24*(Initial tension^2)) GO
Correction to be Subtracted from Slope Distance when Difference in Elevation is Given
Correction to be subtracted from slope distance=(Difference in elevation)^2/(2*Measured length) GO
Temperature Correction to Measured Length
Temperature correction=(0.0000065*Measured length*(Final temperature-Initial temperature)) GO
Distance from Extreme Compression Surface to Neutral Axis in Compression Failure
Neutral axis depth=(0.003*Effective depth)/((steel stress/modulus of elasticity)+0.003) GO
Correction to be Subtracted from Slope Distance
Correction to be subtracted from slope distance=(Measured length*(1-cos(Slope angle))) GO

Tape Cross-Sectional Area when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given Formula

Area of tape=((Final tension-Initial tension)*Measured length)/(Tension correction*modulus of elasticity)
A=((P<sub>f</sub>-P<sub>i</sub>)*s)/(C<sub>p</sub>*E<sub>s</sub>)
More formulas
Temperature Correction to Measured Length GO
Measured Length when Temperature Correction is Given GO
Correction to be Subtracted from Slope Distance GO
Measured Length when Correction to be Subtracted from Slope Distance is Given GO
Correction to be Subtracted from Slope Distance when Difference in Elevation is Given GO
Tension Correction to Measured Length GO
Measured Length when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given GO
Actual Tension when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given GO
Tape Standardized Tension when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given GO
Tape Elasticity Modulus when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given GO
Sag Correction of Unsupported Tape GO
Tape Weight when Sag Correction of Unsupported Tape is Given GO
Unsupported Length when Sag Correction of Unsupported Tape is Given GO
Actual Tension when Sag Correction of Unsupported Tape is Given GO

What is the cross sectional area ?

The cross-sectional area is the area of a two-dimensional shape that is obtained when a three-dimensional object - such as a cylinder - is sliced perpendicular to some specified axis at a point.

How to Calculate Tape Cross-Sectional Area when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given?

Tape Cross-Sectional Area when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given calculator uses Area of tape=((Final tension-Initial tension)*Measured length)/(Tension correction*modulus of elasticity) to calculate the Area of tape, The Tape Cross-Sectional Area when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given formula is defined as the original cross-sectional area at the time of measurement. Area of tape and is denoted by A symbol.

How to calculate Tape Cross-Sectional Area when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Tape Cross-Sectional Area when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given, enter Final tension (Pf), Initial tension (Pi), Measured length (s), Tension correction (Cp) and modulus of elasticity (Es) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Tape Cross-Sectional Area when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 9.669E-10 = ((10-6)*10)/(6*6894757293.10432).

FAQ

What is Tape Cross-Sectional Area when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given?
The Tape Cross-Sectional Area when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given formula is defined as the original cross-sectional area at the time of measurement and is represented as A=((Pf-Pi)*s)/(Cp*Es) or Area of tape=((Final tension-Initial tension)*Measured length)/(Tension correction*modulus of elasticity). The final tension is the actual tension applied during observation, Initial tension at which tape is standardized, The measured length is the length measured from steel tape during observation, Tension correction to measured length and Modulus of elasticity or elastic modulus is the resistance of the structure or object from being deformed elastically when a stress is applied.
How to calculate Tape Cross-Sectional Area when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given?
The Tape Cross-Sectional Area when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given formula is defined as the original cross-sectional area at the time of measurement is calculated using Area of tape=((Final tension-Initial tension)*Measured length)/(Tension correction*modulus of elasticity). To calculate Tape Cross-Sectional Area when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given, you need Final tension (Pf), Initial tension (Pi), Measured length (s), Tension correction (Cp) and modulus of elasticity (Es). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Final tension, Initial tension, Measured length, Tension correction and modulus of elasticity 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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