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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
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
Stress in Concrete
Stress=2*Bending moment/(Ratio k*Ratio j*Beam Width*Depth of the Beam^2) GO

4 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Shear when Nominal Unit Shear Stress is Given
Total Shear=Beam Width*Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment*Nominal shear stress GO
Total Shear when Bond Stress on Bar Surface is Given
Total Shear=Bond stress on surface of bar*(Ratio j*Effective depth of beam*Sum of perimeters) GO
Total Shear when Horizontal Shearing Stress is Given
Total Shear= (2*Horizontal Shearing Stress*Height of Beam*width of beam)/3 GO
Total Shear when Shearing Unit Stress in a Reinforced Concrete Beam is Given
Total Shear=Shearing Unit Stress*Beam Width*Depth of the Beam GO

Total Shear when Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement is Given Formula

Total Shear=(Cross Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement*Allowable Unit Stress in Web Reinforcement*Depth of the Beam/Spacing of Stirrups)+Shear that Concrete Could Carry
V=(A<sub>v*f<sub>v*D/s)+V'
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Shearing Unit Stress in a Reinforced Concrete Beam GO
Total Shear when Shearing Unit Stress in a Reinforced Concrete Beam is Given GO
Width of Beam when Shearing Unit Stress in a Reinforced Concrete Beam is Given GO
Effective Depth of Beam when Shearing Unit Stress in a Reinforced Concrete Beam is Given GO
Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement GO
Shear Carried by Concrete when Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement is Given GO
Effective Depth when Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement is Given GO
Stirrups Spacing when Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement is Given GO

Define Shear Force?

A shear force is a force applied perpendicular to a surface, in opposition to an offset force acting in the opposite direction. When a structural member experiences failure by shear, two parts of it are pushed in different directions, for example, when a piece of paper is cut by scissors.

How to Calculate Total Shear when Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement is Given?

Total Shear when Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement is Given calculator uses Total Shear=(Cross Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement*Allowable Unit Stress in Web Reinforcement*Depth of the Beam/Spacing of Stirrups)+Shear that Concrete Could Carry to calculate the Total Shear, The Total Shear when Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement is Given formula is defined as the total amount of shear forcing acting on the web Reinforcement. . Total Shear and is denoted by V symbol.

How to calculate Total Shear when Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Total Shear when Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement is Given, enter Cross Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement (Av), Allowable Unit Stress in Web Reinforcement (fv), Depth of the Beam (D), Spacing of Stirrups (s) and Shear that Concrete Could Carry (V') and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Total Shear when Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 254100 = (5E-05*100000000*0.254000000001016/0.005)+100.

FAQ

What is Total Shear when Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement is Given?
The Total Shear when Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement is Given formula is defined as the total amount of shear forcing acting on the web Reinforcement. and is represented as V=(Av*fv*D/s)+V' or Total Shear=(Cross Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement*Allowable Unit Stress in Web Reinforcement*Depth of the Beam/Spacing of Stirrups)+Shear that Concrete Could Carry. Cross Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement is defined as the the area of a two-dimensional shape that is obtained when a three-dimensional object, Allowable Unit Stress in Web Reinforcement is defined as total force acting to the unit area of the reinforcement, Depth of the Beam is the overall depth of the cross section of the beam perpendicular to the axis of the beam, Spacing of Stirrups in direction parallel to that of longitudinal reinforcing, in (mm) and Shear that Concrete Could Carry is defined as the shear force that concrete alone could carry.
How to calculate Total Shear when Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement is Given?
The Total Shear when Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement is Given formula is defined as the total amount of shear forcing acting on the web Reinforcement. is calculated using Total Shear=(Cross Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement*Allowable Unit Stress in Web Reinforcement*Depth of the Beam/Spacing of Stirrups)+Shear that Concrete Could Carry. To calculate Total Shear when Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement is Given, you need Cross Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement (Av), Allowable Unit Stress in Web Reinforcement (fv), Depth of the Beam (D), Spacing of Stirrups (s) and Shear that Concrete Could Carry (V'). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Cross Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement, Allowable Unit Stress in Web Reinforcement, Depth of the Beam, Spacing of Stirrups and Shear that Concrete Could Carry 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 Shear?
In this formula, Total Shear uses Cross Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement, Allowable Unit Stress in Web Reinforcement, Depth of the Beam, Spacing of Stirrups and Shear that Concrete Could Carry. We can use 4 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Total Shear=Shearing Unit Stress*Beam Width*Depth of the Beam
  • Total Shear=Bond stress on surface of bar*(Ratio j*Effective depth of beam*Sum of perimeters)
  • Total Shear=Beam Width*Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment*Nominal shear stress
  • Total Shear= (2*Horizontal Shearing Stress*Height of Beam*width of beam)/3
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