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Distance of C.G of the area(above considered level) from neutral axis
Distance of the C.G of the area from N.A=(Shear Stress*M.I of the area of section*Width of beam at considered level )/(Shear Force*Area of the section above considered level) Go
Moment of the inertia of section about neutral axis
M.I of the area of section=(Shear Force*Area of the section above considered level*Distance of the C.G of the area from N.A)/(Shear Stress*Width of beam at considered level ) Go
Area of the section above considered level
Area of the section above considered level=(Shear Stress*M.I of the area of section*Width of beam at considered level )/(Shear Force*Distance of the C.G of the area from N.A) Go
Width of the beam at considered level
Width of beam at considered level =(Shear Force*Area of the section above considered level*Distance of the C.G of the area from N.A)/(M.I of the area of section*Shear Stress) Go
Shear stress at the section
Shear Stress=(Shear Force*Area of the section above considered level*Distance of the C.G of the area from N.A)/(M.I of the area of section*Width of beam at considered level ) Go
Cutting force for given force along the shear force, thrust force, and shear angle
Cutting Force=(Shear Force+(Axial Thrust*(sin(Shear Angle))))/(cos(Shear Angle)) Go
Thrust force for given cutting force, shear angle & force along the shear force
Axial Thrust=((Cutting Force*(cos(Shear Angle)))-Shear Force)/(sin(Shear Angle)) Go
Shear Modulus of Elasticity when Strain Energy in Shear is Given
Shear Modulus of Elasticity=(Shear Force^2)*Length/(2*Shear Area*Strain Energy) Go
Shear Area when Strain Energy in Shear is Given
Shear Area=(Shear Force^2)*Length/(2*Strain Energy*Shear Modulus of Elasticity) Go
Strain Energy in Shear
Strain Energy=(Shear Force^2)*Length/(2*Shear Area*Shear Modulus of Elasticity) Go
Length over which Deformation Takes Place when Strain Energy in Shear is Given
Length=2*Strain Energy*Shear Area*Shear Modulus of Elasticity/(Shear Force^2) Go

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Work done in adiabatic process
Work =(Initial Pressure of System*Initial Volume of System-Final Pressure of System*Final Volume of System)/(Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure/Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Volume-1) Go
Expansion Work
Work =Mass of air*Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure*(Temperature at the end of cooling process-Actual temperature at end of isentropic expansion) Go
Compression Work
Work =Mass of air*Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure*(Actual end temp of isentropic compression-Actual temperature of Rammed Air) Go
Work done in one revolution for belt transmission dynamometer
Work =(Tensions in the tight side of belt-Tensions in the slack side of belt)*pi*Diameter of the driving pulley Go
Work done per revolution for rope brake dynamometer
Work =(Dead load-Spring balance reading)*pi*(Diameter of the wheel+diameter of rope) Go
Work done in isothermal process (using pressure)
Work =[R]*Temperature of Gas*ln(Initial Pressure of System/Final Pressure of System) Go
Work done in isothermal process (using volume)
Work =[R]*Temperature of Gas*ln(Final Volume of System/Initial Volume of System) Go
Work done in adiabatic process
Work =(Mass of Gas*[R]*(initial temp.-final temp.))/(Heat Capacity Ratio-1) Go
Work done in an isobaric process
Work =Number of Moles*[R]*Temperature Difference Go
Work
Work =Force*Displacement*cos(Angle A) Go
Work done in one revolution for prony brake dynamometer
Work =Torque*2*pi Go

Work Done for Punching a Hole Formula

Work =Shear Force*Thickness of the material to be punched
W=Fs*t
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What causes shear force?

Shearing forces are unaligned forces pushing one part of a body in one direction, and another part of the body in the opposite direction. A shear force is a force applied perpendicular to a surface, in opposition to an offset force acting in the opposite direction. This results in a shear strain. In simple terms, one part of the surface is pushed in one direction, while another part of the surface is pushed in the opposite direction.

How to Calculate Work Done for Punching a Hole?

Work Done for Punching a Hole calculator uses Work =Shear Force*Thickness of the material to be punched to calculate the Work , Work Done for Punching a Hole is the total amount of work to punch a hole which purely depends upon the amount of force (F) causing the work. Work and is denoted by W symbol.

How to calculate Work Done for Punching a Hole using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Work Done for Punching a Hole, enter Shear Force (Fs) and Thickness of the material to be punched (t) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Work Done for Punching a Hole calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.5 = 50*0.01.

FAQ

What is Work Done for Punching a Hole?
Work Done for Punching a Hole is the total amount of work to punch a hole which purely depends upon the amount of force (F) causing the work and is represented as W=Fs*t or Work =Shear Force*Thickness of the material to be punched. Shear Force is the force which causes shear deformation to occur in the shear plane and Thickness of the material to be punched is the measure of the smallest dimension of the material.
How to calculate Work Done for Punching a Hole?
Work Done for Punching a Hole is the total amount of work to punch a hole which purely depends upon the amount of force (F) causing the work is calculated using Work =Shear Force*Thickness of the material to be punched. To calculate Work Done for Punching a Hole, you need Shear Force (Fs) and Thickness of the material to be punched (t). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Shear Force and Thickness of the material to be punched 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 Work ?
In this formula, Work uses Shear Force and Thickness of the material to be punched. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Work =Force*Displacement*cos(Angle A)
  • Work =Number of Moles*[R]*Temperature Difference
  • Work =[R]*Temperature of Gas*ln(Initial Pressure of System/Final Pressure of System)
  • Work =[R]*Temperature of Gas*ln(Final Volume of System/Initial Volume of System)
  • Work =(Initial Pressure of System*Initial Volume of System-Final Pressure of System*Final Volume of System)/(Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure/Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Volume-1)
  • Work =(Mass of Gas*[R]*(initial temp.-final temp.))/(Heat Capacity Ratio-1)
  • Work =Torque*2*pi
  • Work =(Dead load-Spring balance reading)*pi*(Diameter of the wheel+diameter of rope)
  • Work =(Tensions in the tight side of belt-Tensions in the slack side of belt)*pi*Diameter of the driving pulley
  • Work =Mass of air*Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure*(Actual end temp of isentropic compression-Actual temperature of Rammed Air)
  • Work =Mass of air*Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure*(Temperature at the end of cooling process-Actual temperature at end of isentropic expansion)
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