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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
Strain Energy if moment value is given
Strain Energy=(Bending moment*Bending moment*Length)/(2*Elastic Modulus*Moment of Inertia) 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 Rectangle When Load in Middle
Greatest Safe Load=890*Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam/Length of the Beam GO
Young's Modulus
Young's Modulus=Stress/Strain GO
Elastic Modulus
Elastic Modulus=Stress/Strain GO

4 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Beam Width when Steel Ratio is Given
Beam Width=(area of tension reinforcement)/(Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid *Steel Ratio) GO
Beam Width when Nominal Unit Shear Stress is Given
Beam Width=Total Shear/(Nominal shear stress*Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment) GO
Width of Beam when Shearing Unit Stress in a Reinforced Concrete Beam is Given
Beam Width=Total Shear/(Depth of the Beam*Shearing Unit Stress) GO
Beam Width
Beam Width=1/directivity of antenna GO

Width of Beam when Stress in Concrete is Given Formula

Beam Width=2*Bending moment/(Ratio k*Ratio j*Stress*Depth of the Beam^2)
b=2*M/(k*j*σ*D^2)
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Define Concrete?

Concrete is a composite material composed of fine and coarse aggregate bonded together with a fluid cement (cement paste) that hardens (cures) over time. In the past, lime-based cement binders, such as lime putty, were often used but sometimes with other hydraulic cement, such as a calcium aluminate cement or with Portland cement to form Portland cement concrete (named for its visual resemblance to Portland stone). Many other non-cementitious types of concrete exist with other methods of binding aggregate together, including asphalt concrete with a bitumen binder, which is frequently used for road surfaces, and polymer concretes that use polymers as a binder.

How to Calculate Width of Beam when Stress in Concrete is Given?

Width of Beam when Stress in Concrete is Given calculator uses Beam Width=2*Bending moment/(Ratio k*Ratio j*Stress*Depth of the Beam^2) to calculate the Beam Width, The Width of Beam when Stress in Concrete is Given formula is defined as the length of the shortest dimension of a beam is known as beam width. Beam Width and is denoted by b symbol.

How to calculate Width of Beam when Stress in Concrete is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Width of Beam when Stress in Concrete is Given, enter Bending moment (M), Ratio k (k), Ratio j (j), Stress (σ) and Depth of the Beam (D) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Width of Beam when Stress in Concrete is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 129166.9 = 2*50/(0.001*1*12000*0.254000000001016^2).

FAQ

What is Width of Beam when Stress in Concrete is Given?
The Width of Beam when Stress in Concrete is Given formula is defined as the length of the shortest dimension of a beam is known as beam width and is represented as b=2*M/(k*j*σ*D^2) or Beam Width=2*Bending moment/(Ratio k*Ratio j*Stress*Depth of the Beam^2). The Bending moment is the reaction induced in a structural element when an external force or moment is applied to the element, causing the element to bend, Ratio k is defined as the ratio of the depth of compression area to depth d, Ratio j is defined as the ratio of distance between centroid of compression and centroid of tension to depth d, The stress applied to a material is the force per unit area applied to the material. The maximum stress a material can stand before it breaks is called the breaking stress or ultimate tensile stress and Depth of the Beam is the overall depth of the cross section of the beam perpendicular to the axis of the beam.
How to calculate Width of Beam when Stress in Concrete is Given?
The Width of Beam when Stress in Concrete is Given formula is defined as the length of the shortest dimension of a beam is known as beam width is calculated using Beam Width=2*Bending moment/(Ratio k*Ratio j*Stress*Depth of the Beam^2). To calculate Width of Beam when Stress in Concrete is Given, you need Bending moment (M), Ratio k (k), Ratio j (j), Stress (σ) and Depth of the Beam (D). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Bending moment, Ratio k, Ratio j, Stress and Depth of the 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 Beam Width?
In this formula, Beam Width uses Bending moment, Ratio k, Ratio j, Stress and Depth of the Beam. We can use 4 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Beam Width=Total Shear/(Depth of the Beam*Shearing Unit Stress)
  • Beam Width=(area of tension reinforcement)/(Distance from Extreme Compression to Centroid *Steel Ratio)
  • Beam Width=Total Shear/(Nominal shear stress*Distance from Compression to Centroid Reinforcment)
  • Beam Width=1/directivity of antenna
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