## Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges = 0.7*Maximum Pressure on Horizontal Plate*((Length of Horizontal Plate)^(2)/(Thickness of Horizontal Plate)^(2))*((Effective Width of Horizontal Plate)^(4)/((Length of Horizontal Plate)^(4)+(Effective Width of Horizontal Plate))^(4))
f = 0.7*fp*((B)^(2)/(Th)^(2))*((a)^(4)/((B)^(4)+(a))^(4))
This formula uses 5 Variables
Variables Used
Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges - (Measured in Pascal) - Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges depends on the loading conditions and the geometry of the structure.
Maximum Pressure on Horizontal Plate - (Measured in Pascal) - The Maximum Pressure on Horizontal Plate formula is defined as the highest pressure that a system, equipment or material can withstand without experiencing failure or damage.
Length of Horizontal Plate - (Measured in Meter) - Length of Horizontal Plate is a flat surface that is oriented parallel to the ground or any other reference plane.
Thickness of Horizontal Plate - (Measured in Meter) - Thickness of Horizontal Plate is calculated based on the bending moment, the distance from the neutral axis, and the moment of inertia of the cross-section.
Effective Width of Horizontal Plate - (Measured in Meter) - Effective Width of Horizontal Plate refers to the distance across the plate in a direction perpendicular to its length.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Maximum Pressure on Horizontal Plate: 68.92 Newton per Square Millimeter --> 68920000 Pascal (Check conversion here)
Length of Horizontal Plate: 127 Millimeter --> 0.127 Meter (Check conversion here)
Thickness of Horizontal Plate: 5.61 Millimeter --> 0.00561 Meter (Check conversion here)
Effective Width of Horizontal Plate: 102 Millimeter --> 0.102 Meter (Check conversion here)
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
f = 0.7*fp*((B)^(2)/(Th)^(2))*((a)^(4)/((B)^(4)+(a))^(4)) --> 0.7*68920000*((0.127)^(2)/(0.00561)^(2))*((0.102)^(4)/((0.127)^(4)+(0.102))^(4))
Evaluating ... ...
f = 24473726621.6293
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
24473726621.6293 Pascal -->24473.7266216293 Newton per Square Millimeter (Check conversion here)
24473.7266216293 Newton per Square Millimeter <-- Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges
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## Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges Formula

Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges = 0.7*Maximum Pressure on Horizontal Plate*((Length of Horizontal Plate)^(2)/(Thickness of Horizontal Plate)^(2))*((Effective Width of Horizontal Plate)^(4)/((Length of Horizontal Plate)^(4)+(Effective Width of Horizontal Plate))^(4))
f = 0.7*fp*((B)^(2)/(Th)^(2))*((a)^(4)/((B)^(4)+(a))^(4))

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Design stress is the maximum allowable stress that a structural component or material can be subjected to under specific loading and environmental conditions while ensuring that the component or material will not fail during its service life. It is also sometimes referred to as the allowable stress or working stress.The design stress is typically calculated based on a combination of factors, including the properties of the material, the loading conditions, the geometry of the component, and the safety factors. The safety factor accounts for uncertainties in the design and manufacturing process, as well as variations in the loads and environmental conditions that the component may be subjected to during its service life.

## How to Calculate Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges?

Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges calculator uses Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges = 0.7*Maximum Pressure on Horizontal Plate*((Length of Horizontal Plate)^(2)/(Thickness of Horizontal Plate)^(2))*((Effective Width of Horizontal Plate)^(4)/((Length of Horizontal Plate)^(4)+(Effective Width of Horizontal Plate))^(4)) to calculate the Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges, The maximum stress in horizontal plate fixed at edges depends on the force per unit area that a material experiences when subjected to an external load or force. Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges is denoted by f symbol.

How to calculate Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges, enter Maximum Pressure on Horizontal Plate (fp), Length of Horizontal Plate (B), Thickness of Horizontal Plate (Th) & Effective Width of Horizontal Plate (a) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges calculation can be explained with given input values -> 24473.73 = 0.7*68920000*((0.127)^(2)/(0.00561)^(2))*((0.102)^(4)/((0.127)^(4)+(0.102))^(4)).

### FAQ

What is Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges?
The maximum stress in horizontal plate fixed at edges depends on the force per unit area that a material experiences when subjected to an external load or force and is represented as f = 0.7*fp*((B)^(2)/(Th)^(2))*((a)^(4)/((B)^(4)+(a))^(4)) or Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges = 0.7*Maximum Pressure on Horizontal Plate*((Length of Horizontal Plate)^(2)/(Thickness of Horizontal Plate)^(2))*((Effective Width of Horizontal Plate)^(4)/((Length of Horizontal Plate)^(4)+(Effective Width of Horizontal Plate))^(4)). The Maximum Pressure on Horizontal Plate formula is defined as the highest pressure that a system, equipment or material can withstand without experiencing failure or damage, Length of Horizontal Plate is a flat surface that is oriented parallel to the ground or any other reference plane, Thickness of Horizontal Plate is calculated based on the bending moment, the distance from the neutral axis, and the moment of inertia of the cross-section & Effective Width of Horizontal Plate refers to the distance across the plate in a direction perpendicular to its length.
How to calculate Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges?
The maximum stress in horizontal plate fixed at edges depends on the force per unit area that a material experiences when subjected to an external load or force is calculated using Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges = 0.7*Maximum Pressure on Horizontal Plate*((Length of Horizontal Plate)^(2)/(Thickness of Horizontal Plate)^(2))*((Effective Width of Horizontal Plate)^(4)/((Length of Horizontal Plate)^(4)+(Effective Width of Horizontal Plate))^(4)). To calculate Maximum Stress in Horizontal Plate fixed at Edges, you need Maximum Pressure on Horizontal Plate (fp), Length of Horizontal Plate (B), Thickness of Horizontal Plate (Th) & Effective Width of Horizontal Plate (a). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Maximum Pressure on Horizontal Plate, Length of Horizontal Plate, Thickness of Horizontal Plate & Effective Width of Horizontal Plate 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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