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how can i determine the allowable bending moment, shear stress and deflection of hollow steel?

how can i determine the allowable bending moment, shear stress and deflection of hollow steel?

how can i determine the allowable bending moment, shear stress and deflection of hollow steel?

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i need to know how i can get the allowable shear stress, allowable bending moment and allowable deflection of burung hollow steel? is there any formulas or table ?

RE: how can i determine the allowable bending moment, shear stress and deflection of hollow steel?

Yes.

Check AISC Steel Design Manual, AITC, etc... Many, many resources for this.

Mike McCann, PE, SE (WA)


RE: how can i determine the allowable bending moment, shear stress and deflection of hollow steel?

Sounds like you're doing structural engineering. Aren't there any of those where you work? Something that's going to take you 4 hours will take them 4 minutes.

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