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CE Calculators >> Moment of Inertia
Calculator for Moment of Inertia of T section
Please enter the values in the form given below and click "Calculate". You shoul
d enter all the values in same unit
and the calculated values will be in the corresponding units (unit2 , unit3 , un
it4 etc.)
This calculator gives maximum as well as minimum values of section modulus about
x-axis. This will help in deciding whether
the failure will be on the compression face or on the tension face of the beam.
Section Type
Input Values
Results
T section
T section
Flange width (unit):
Flange depth (unit):
Web Thickness (unit):
Web height (unit):
Area of section (unit^2):
Position of centroid - X (unit):
Position of centroid - Y (unit):
Moment of Inertia Ixx (unit^4):
Moment of Inertia Iyy (unit^4):
Max. Section Modulus Zxx (unit^3):
Min. Section Modulus Zxx (unit^3):
Section Modulus Zyy (unit^3):
Radius of gyration rxx (unit):
Radius of gyration ryy (unit):
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Last updated on Saturday April 05, 2014