The post includes Two Practice problems for polar of inertia for trapezium. The first problem is for Jo and Ko at an external axis, while the second is for Jo and Ko at the CG.
We have two practice problems for inertia and radius of gyration for a given trapezium. A step-by-step guide to get Ix and kx.
Ix for the Trapezium second option, we will use a horizontal strip and integrate it to get the final expression for Ix .
Solved problem 4-14 part 2 for effective length factor. the detailed calculation for both LRFD and ASD designs.
Product of inertia Ixy for the parallelogram. Step-by-step guide for the estimation for the radius of gyration for the product of inertia.
Use of Aisc tables 9-3a,b, and C for the block shear-coped beam. Table 9-3a is used to get the tensile rupture. Table 9-3b is for the shear yielding and 9-3c is for shear rupture for the coped beam.
In this post there is a list of Tension Member’s Posts-part 3. The list includes posts from post 10 till post 16.
The post includes A solved problem for block shear-coped beam. The solved problem includes full data for both LRFD and ASD when Ubs equals 1.