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Moment Resistance of Concrete when Stress in Concrete is Given
Moment Resistance of Concrete=((stress in concrete*Beam Width*Flange Thickness*Ratio of Distance between centroids *Effective depth of beam)/(2*Ratio of Depth of Compression Area to Depth d*Effective depth of beam))*(2*Ratio of Depth of Compression Area to Depth d*Effective depth of beam-Flange Thickness) GO
Stress in Extreme Compression Surface when Moment Resistance is Given
stress in extreme compression surface=2*Moment Resistance in Compression/((value of j*width of beam*(distance to centroid of tensile steel^2))*(value of k+2*value of n*value of rho dash)*(1-(distance to centroid of compressive steel/(value of k*distance to centroid of tensile steel)))) GO
Moment Resistance in Compression
Moment Resistance in Compression=0.5*( stress in extreme compression surface*value of j*width of beam*(distance to centroid of tensile steel^2))*(value of k+2*value of n*value of rho dash*(1-(distance to centroid of compressive steel/(value of k*distance to centroid of tensile steel)))) GO
Moment Resisting Capacity of Concrete
Moment Resistance of Concrete=(( stress in extreme compression surface*value of k*width of beam*distance to centroid of tensile steel)/2)*(distance to centroid of tensile steel-(value of k*distance to centroid of tensile steel)/3) GO
Maximum Ultimate Moment when Neutral Axis Lies in Web
Maximum Ultimate Moment=0.9*((area tensile steel-tensile steel area for strength)*yield strength of steel*(Depth-depth of equivalent rcsd/2)+tensile steel area for strength*yield strength of steel*(Depth-Flange Thickness/2)) 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
Moment Resistance of Concrete when Flange Thickness is Given
Moment Resistance of Concrete=1/2*28 Day Compressive Strength of Concrete*Beam Width*Flange Thickness*(Effective depth of beam-(Flange Thickness/2)) GO
Moment Resistance of Steel when Flange Thickness is Given
Moment Resistance of Steel=area of tension reinforcement*Tensile Stress in Steel*(Effective depth of beam-(Flange Thickness/2)) GO
Beam Depth when Extreme Fiber Stress for a Rectangular Timber Beam is Given
Height of Beam= sqrt((6*Bending moment)/(Maximum Fiber Stress*width of beam)) GO
Horizontal Shearing Stress in a Rectangular Timber Beam
Horizontal Shearing Stress= (3*Total Shear)/(2*width of beam*Height of Beam) GO
Total Shear when Horizontal Shearing Stress is Given
Total Shear= (2*Horizontal Shearing Stress*Height of Beam*width of beam)/3 GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Total Compressive Force when Area and Tensile Steel Stress is Given
total compressive force=area tensile steel*stress in tensile steel GO

Total Compressive Force when Concrete Stress is Given Formula

total compressive force=stress in concrete*(2*distance to neutral axis-Flange Thickness)*(width of beam*Flange Thickness)/(2*distance to neutral axis)
C=f<sub>c</sub>*(2*kd-t)*(b*t)/(2*kd)
More formulas
Total Compressive Force when Area and Tensile Steel Stress is Given GO
Distance from Extreme Compression Surface to Neutral Axis GO
Moment Resistance of Steel GO
Moment Resistance of Concrete when Compressive Force is Given GO
Moment Resistance of Concrete when Stress in Concrete is Given GO
Moment Resistance of Concrete when Flange Thickness is Given GO
Moment Resistance of Steel when Flange Thickness is Given GO

What is a flange?

A flange is a projecting ridge, rim, collar or ring on an object such as a column, beam, pipe and so on that provides additional strength or stiffness or additional surface area for the attachment of, or to, another object. For example, flanges may be used to strengthen beams, or to connect or terminate pipes.

How to Calculate Total Compressive Force when Concrete Stress is Given?

Total Compressive Force when Concrete Stress is Given calculator uses total compressive force=stress in concrete*(2*distance to neutral axis-Flange Thickness)*(width of beam*Flange Thickness)/(2*distance to neutral axis) to calculate the total compressive force, The Total Compressive Force when Concrete Stress is Given formula calculates the overall compression force when we have a prior info of concrete stress. total compressive force and is denoted by C symbol.

How to calculate Total Compressive Force when Concrete Stress is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Total Compressive Force when Concrete Stress is Given, enter stress in concrete (fc), distance to neutral axis (kd), Flange Thickness (t) and width of beam (b) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Total Compressive Force when Concrete Stress is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> -4.9 = 1000000*(2*0.001-0.1)*(0.001*0.1)/(2*0.001).

FAQ

What is Total Compressive Force when Concrete Stress is Given?
The Total Compressive Force when Concrete Stress is Given formula calculates the overall compression force when we have a prior info of concrete stress and is represented as C=fc*(2*kd-t)*(b*t)/(2*kd) or total compressive force=stress in concrete*(2*distance to neutral axis-Flange Thickness)*(width of beam*Flange Thickness)/(2*distance to neutral axis). stress in concrete is pressure on concrete under stress, distance to neutral axis is distance from extreme compression surface to neutral axis, Flange Thickness is the thickness of flange in a protruded ridge, lip or rim, either external or internal of a beam such as an I-beam or a T-beam and width of beam is the measure of beam width.
How to calculate Total Compressive Force when Concrete Stress is Given?
The Total Compressive Force when Concrete Stress is Given formula calculates the overall compression force when we have a prior info of concrete stress is calculated using total compressive force=stress in concrete*(2*distance to neutral axis-Flange Thickness)*(width of beam*Flange Thickness)/(2*distance to neutral axis). To calculate Total Compressive Force when Concrete Stress is Given, you need stress in concrete (fc), distance to neutral axis (kd), Flange Thickness (t) and width of beam (b). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for stress in concrete, distance to neutral axis, Flange Thickness and width of 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 total compressive force?
In this formula, total compressive force uses stress in concrete, distance to neutral axis, Flange Thickness and width of beam. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • total compressive force=area tensile steel*stress in tensile steel
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