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Weight of Soil Contained within Failure Plane Formula

Soil Weight=Ultimate Resistance-(pi*Length*Skin Friction Stress)-Shaft Weight
W <sub>s</sub>=Q <sub>ul</sub>-(pi*l*f <sub>ut</sub>)-W <sub>p</sub>
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What is Ultimate Resistance?

Ultimate Resistance is the amount of load applied to a component beyond which the component will fail. The Ultimate Resistance is the Limit Load multiplied by a prescribed Safety Factor of 1.5.

How to Calculate Weight of Soil Contained within Failure Plane?

Weight of Soil Contained within Failure Plane calculator uses Soil Weight=Ultimate Resistance-(pi*Length*Skin Friction Stress)-Shaft Weight to calculate the Soil Weight, The Weight of Soil Contained within Failure Plane formula is defined as a function of ultimate resistance, ultimate skin-friction stress in tension and weight of the shaft. Soil Weight and is denoted by W s symbol.

How to calculate Weight of Soil Contained within Failure Plane using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Weight of Soil Contained within Failure Plane, enter Ultimate Resistance (Q ul), Length (l), Skin Friction Stress (f ut) and Shaft Weight (W p) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Weight of Soil Contained within Failure Plane calculation can be explained with given input values -> -892.477796 = 100000-(pi*3*100000)-50000.

FAQ

What is Weight of Soil Contained within Failure Plane?
The Weight of Soil Contained within Failure Plane formula is defined as a function of ultimate resistance, ultimate skin-friction stress in tension and weight of the shaft and is represented as W s=Q ul-(pi*l*f ut)-W p or Soil Weight=Ultimate Resistance-(pi*Length*Skin Friction Stress)-Shaft Weight. Ultimate Resistance is the amount of load applied to a component beyond which the component will fail, Length is the measurement or extent of something from end to end, Skin Friction Stress is the average ultimate skin- friction stress in tension developed on the failure plane and Shaft Weight is the weight of the pile shaft.
How to calculate Weight of Soil Contained within Failure Plane?
The Weight of Soil Contained within Failure Plane formula is defined as a function of ultimate resistance, ultimate skin-friction stress in tension and weight of the shaft is calculated using Soil Weight=Ultimate Resistance-(pi*Length*Skin Friction Stress)-Shaft Weight. To calculate Weight of Soil Contained within Failure Plane, you need Ultimate Resistance (Q ul), Length (l), Skin Friction Stress (f ut) and Shaft Weight (W p). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Ultimate Resistance, Length, Skin Friction Stress and Shaft Weight 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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