How to design tensile strength of angle section according to IS Code 800-2007
This is another useful presentation from the eminent civil engineer Mr. Parag Pal. In this video he shows the essential method to create the design of tensile strength of angle section ISA 9060 with thickness 6 mm as per IS code 8000-2007 limit state method.
Tensile strength is a vital attribute of concrete as concrete structures are extremely susceptible to tensile cracking owing to different types of effects as well as applied loading itself.
Tensile strength of concrete is very low with reference to its compressive strength.
Because of the complexity in employing uniaxial tension to a concrete sample, the tensile strength of the concrete is defined with indirect test methods like split cylinder test and flexure test.
It must be remembered that above methods provide the greater value of tensile relating to the uniaxial tensile strength.
Tensile strength calculates the force necessary to pull a structural beam to the point where it cracks.
The tensile strength of a material refers to the maximum amount of tensile stress that it is based on prior to failure.
The definition of failure differs in relation to material type and design procedure.
Watch the following video tutorial, to learn the design process for tensile strength.
Video Source: Parag Pal