How to Calculate Transverse Shear force given Maximum Longitudinal Shear Stress in Web for I beam?
Transverse Shear force given Maximum Longitudinal Shear Stress in Web for I beam calculator uses Transverse shear force = (Maximum Stress*Breadth of the web*8*Second moment of area)/((Breadth of flange*(Overall beam depth^2-Depth of web^2))+(Breadth of the web*(Depth of web^2))) to calculate the Transverse shear force, The Transverse Shear force given Maximum Longitudinal Shear Stress in Web for I beam is used to calculate the shear force that causes both longitudinal and transverse shear stresses in the I-beam. When a transverse shear force is applied, it tends to cause warping of the cross section. Transverse shear force is denoted by V symbol.
How to calculate Transverse Shear force given Maximum Longitudinal Shear Stress in Web for I beam using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Transverse Shear force given Maximum Longitudinal Shear Stress in Web for I beam, enter Maximum Stress (σ_{max}), Breadth of the web (bw), Second moment of area (I), Breadth of flange (B), Overall beam depth (D) & Depth of web (d) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Transverse Shear force given Maximum Longitudinal Shear Stress in Web for I beam calculation can be explained with given input values -> 92307.69 = (200*0.3*8*10)/((0.8*(0.3^2-0.2^2))+(0.3*(0.2^2))).