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LOAD CALC spreadsheet

Bridge Name:
Jim Creek
Bridge No. :
42
Purpose:
Loading:

Provide a calc tool to assemble loading data needed for foundation calcs or as needed.
DEAD LOADS

Input:
Geometry:
Span
Width
Girder width
Total Bridge Area

Reference:
112
50
5.5
5600

Material:
Reinforced Concrete
Steel
asphalt

ft
ft
ft
sf

155 pcf
490 pcf
140 pcf

TA 3.5.1-1

Superstructure:
Type
Girder ID
Girder SW
Overlay_max

Bulb-tee girder
W 53_DG
1000 plf
6 in

Curb
Ht
W
L
Diaphragms:
Spacing
Ht
W

0 ft
0 ft
0 ft
1/3 points
37.33333 ft
4 ft
1 ft

Railing type Steel - snoco rail


Railing Dims:
W_avg
320 plf
L
224 ft

Bike rail
Size
Wt
L

Included above
HSS 2 x 0.125
0 plf
224 ft

Sidewalk
Ht
W
L

0 ft
0 ft
112 ft

Wingwall:
Ht
W
L

20 ft
3 ft
20 ft

Substructure:
Abutment / pile cap:
Ht
W
L

20 ft
3 ft
55.5 ft

Calc:
DL_girder
DL_acp
DL_rail
DL_sidewalk
DL_curb
DL_diaphragm
DL_bike rail

182
70
320
0
0
4
0

psf
psf
plf
plf
plf
psf
plf

Total Super DL
Super DL @ Support

kip
kip
kip
kip
kip
kip
kip

1504 kip
752 kip

DL_abutment
DL_wingwall

1032 kip
372 kip

Total Sub DL (both ends)


Total Sub DL (one end)

1032 kip
372 kip
1404 kip
702.15

Total Support DL

1454 kip

DL / ft @ footing

Approach Slab:
Depth
Length
Width
Total Slab DL

1018
392
72
0
0
23
0

Total DL / abutment width

1.083333
15
49
123.4188

ft
ft
ft
k

26.2 k/ ft

LOAD CALC spreadsheet


Bridge Name:
Jim Creek
Bridge No. :
42
Purpose:
Loading:
Code:

Provide a calc tool to assemble loading data needed for foundation calcs or as needed.
LIVE LOADS
AASHTO 2010 Bridge Design Specifications

Input:

Reference:

Out-to-out width
Sidewalk
Bridge rails
Pedestrian lane
L_span

37
0
3
no
108

Curb-to-curb width
No. of vehicle lanes
Total lanes

ft
ft
ft
ft

34 ft
2 Lanes
3 Lanes

Factors:
Multiple Presence Factor calc:
Dynamic Load Allowance, IM:

AASHTO 3.6.1.1.1

0.85
1.33

AASHTO 3.6.1.1.2
AASHTO 3.6.2.1

Vehicle Live Load:


Design Truck:

14'

14' to 30'

8k

32 k

32 k

LL_truck_1
LL_truck_2

8 k
32 k

AASHTO 3.6.1.2.2, 3

25 k

AASHTO 3.6.1.2.3

0.64 klf

AASHTO 3.6.1.2.4

Design Tandem

4 ft
25 k

25 k

LL_tandem
Design Lane Load

LL_design lane

LL Combinations:

AASHTO 3.6.1.3.1

1. Design Tandem + Design Lane Load


or
2. Design Truck + Design Lane Load
or
3. 90% two trucks over interior support + 90% lane load

All spans
All spans
Multiple span only

CASE 1 - DESIGN TANDEM


25k

25k
s_1

s_2

LL_tandem

AASHTO 3.6.1.2.3

R_max
s_1
s_2

4 ft
104 ft

R_tandem_max

25k + (s_2 / L_span ) x 25k

49 k

CASE 2 - DESIGN TRUCK


32k

32k
s

8k
s
AASHTO 3.6.1.2.3

R_max
s
R_truck_max

14 ft
32k + 32 (L-s/L) + 8 (L- 2s / L)

LL CALC CHECK:

66 k

CASE 2 GOVERNS

LL_max truck

66 k / lane / end

DESIGN LANE LOAD


LL_lane

L_span (LL_design load) / 2 ends

36 k / lane / end

DESIGN LANE LOAD + DESIGN TRUCK


LL_lane+truck

LL_max truck * IM + LL_lane

123 k / lane / end

Total Support LL

LL_max lane ( Total lanes) (MPF)

314 k / end

LOAD CALC spreadsheet


Bridge Name:
Jim Creek
Bridge No. :
42
Purpose:
Loading:

Provide a calc tool to assemble loading data needed for foundation calcs or as needed.
SEISMIC

References:

Snoco geotech report dated 12/09/2009.


2010 AASHTO Bridge Design Specs.

Input:
PGA
Acceleration Coefficient
K_h
Horiz. Accel coefficient / yielding wall
Dynamic rectangular pressure increment
Site Class
N = 100 blows/ft @ bedrock

0.33
0.5 A
4H
C

Site Factors:
F_pga

Site factor @ zero period

1.07

A_s
EQ

Acceleration coefficient = PGA x F_pga


A_s x permanent dead load (DC, DD, DW)

0.3531

AASHTO:
Fig 3.10.2.1-1

TA 3.10.3.1-1

TA 3.10.3.2-1
3.10.9.1
4.7.4.2

LOAD CALC spreadsheet


Bridge Name:
Bridge No. :

Jim Creek
42

Purpose:
Load Combinations

Determine LC and factors required for abutment seismic design.

Reference

2010 AASHTO Bridge Design Specs.


TA 3.4.1-1

NOTES
Wind loading at this location is generally low and will be neglected for abutment design.
Per 3.4.1 use Extreme event I for EQ event.

Per TA 3.4.1-2 determine load factor, gamma_p, for permanent loads.


max
min
EQ - earthquake loading
1
1
DC - components / attachments
1.25
0.9
DW - wearing surfaces and utilities
1.5
0.65
EH - active
1.5
0.9
EH - passive
1.35
0.9
EV - stability
1
na
EV - abutments
1.35
1
WA, FR -- neglect
LL -- assume zero / 110 ft span / low ADT
Per TA 3.4.1-3 determine load factor, gamma_p, for permanent loads.
Load combinations:
Extreme event 1

1.0 E + 1.25 DC + 1.5 DW + 1.5 EH_active + 0.9 EH_passive + 1.0 EV

ssive + 1.0 EV

LOAD CALC spreadsheet


Bridge Name:
Bridge No. :

Jim Creek

Purpose:
Reference:

Calculate max applied bearing.


AASHTO Figure 11.6.3.2-1

42

W_super
V_2

beta
EQ
MATERIALS:
Service limit state, DL + LL
Strength 1 limit state

notes:
Max allowable bearing pressure
Ultimate bearing pressure = 1.5 x service

20 ksf
30 ksf

Reference
TA C10.6.2.6.1-1
TA C10.6.2.6.1-1
F_t
Retained fill

LOADS:
DL
LL
DL + LL
LL_vehicle surcharge
Footing length
Footing width
Area
P_super DL+LL
A_s
EQ_super DL
EQ_wall DL
EQ_soil
DL_wingwall

Acceleration coefficient

752
314
1067
0.250
55.5
15
832.5
1.2812984621
0.3531
265.603104
690.2508154
80
372

k
ksf
ft
ft
sf
ksf

GEOMETRY:
toe
wall
heel
ftg thickness
B
H
h

toe + wall + heel


max height
H + heel tan (beta)

CALCULATIONS:
beta
gamma
delta
theta
phi_f
Lambda
k_af

angle of fill from horizontal


unit weight , gravel borrow
friction angle between fill and wall
angle of back face of wall to horizontal
effective angle of internal friction
calculated factor for k_a calc
active pressure coefficient for backfill

Service check - TA 3.4.1-1


V_1
X_1
V_2
X_2
W_1
X_w1
W_2
F_T
e
Is e > B/6 ?
Sigma_max
Sigma_min

1.0 DL + 1.0 LL + 1.0 EH


weight of soil
soil lever
weight of soil due to beta
soil lever
weight of walls / superstructure
wall lever
weight of footing
0.5 gamma_f h^2 k_af
Fig 11.6.3.2-2
NO
sum V_i / A *(1 + 6 e / B)
sum V_i / A *(1 - 6 e / B)

1293.705 k
3 ft
12.1590282755 k
6 ft
1954.8309697 k
3 ft
258.075 k
427.81053 k
1.3430188402 ft
TRAPEZOIDAL DIST
6.4973931034 ksf
1.9561083932 ksf

Strength 1 check - TA 3.4.1-1


V_1
X_1
V_2
X_2
W_1
X_w1
W_2
F_T
e
Is e > B/6 ?
Sigma_max
Sigma_min

1.25 DL + 1.75 LL + 1.5 EH


weight of soil
soil lever
weight of soil due to beta
soil lever
weight of walls / superstructure
wall lever
weight of footing
0.5 gamma_f h^2 k_af
Fig 11.6.3.2-2
NO
sum V_i / A *(1 + 6 e / B)
sum V_i / A *(1 - 6 e / B)

1679.56875 k
3 ft
15.1987853444 k
6 ft
2600.77737879 k
3 ft
322.59375 k
641.715797176 k
1.4924007651 ft
TRAPEZOIDAL DIST
9.2338278467 ksf
2.2357876202 ksf

Strength 1 check - TA 3.4.1-1


V_1
X_1
V_2
X_2
W_1
X_w1
W_2
F_T
e
Is e > B/6 ?
Sigma_max
Sigma_min

0.9 DL + 1.5 EH
weight of soil
soil lever
weight of soil due to beta
soil lever
weight of walls / superstructure
wall lever
weight of footing
0.5 gamma_f h^2 k_af
Fig 11.6.3.2-2
YES
sum V_i / A *(1 + 6 e / B)
sum V_i / A *(1 - 6 e / B)

1051.947 k
3 ft
10.943125448 k
6 ft
1476.31827273 k
3 ft
232.2675 k
641.715797176 k
1.9544774341
TRIANGULAR DIST _+ UPLIFT
6.0032217675 ksf
0 ksf

Extreme Event 1 check - TA 3.4.1-1

0.9 DL + 1.5 EH + 1.0 EQ (active pressure / no passive pressure)

3
3
9
2
15
20
20.3142869254

W_1

k
k
psf
k

ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
toe

0.034906585
130
0.5235987756
1.5707963268
0.5585053606
2.8898038691
0.2873703567

V_1

rad
pcf
rad
rad
rad

2 % max grade
30 degrees
90 degrees
32 degrees
3.11.5.3-2

OK
Service limit OK
Service limit OK

OK
Strength limit OK
Strength limit OK

OK
Strength limit OK
Strength limit OK

TA 3.11.5.3-1
assumes 1.5 x delta

W_2

V_1
X_1
V_2
X_2
W_1
X_w1
W_2
F_T
e
Is e > B/6 ?
Sigma_max
Sigma_min

weight of soil
soil lever
weight of soil due to beta
soil lever
weight of walls / superstructure
wall lever
weight of footing
0.5 gamma_f h^2 k_af
Fig 11.6.3.2-2
YES
sum V_i / A *(1 + 6 e / B)
sum V_i / A *(1 - 6 e / B)

1051.947 k
3 ft
10.943125448 k
6 ft
1476.31827273 k
3 ft
232.2675 k
641.715797176 k
5.4546278119 ft
TRIANGULAR DIST _+ UPLIFT
16.2762562104 ksf
0 ksf

Extreme Event 1 check - TA 3.4.1-1


V_1
X_1
V_2
X_2
W_1
X_w1
W_2
F_T
e
Is e > B/6 ?
Sigma_max
Sigma_min

0.9 DL + 0.9 EH - 1.0 EQ ( active pressure / no passive pressure)


weight of soil
1051.947 k
soil lever
3 ft
weight of soil due to beta
10.943125448 k
soil lever
6 ft
weight of walls / superstructure
1476.31827273 k
wall lever
3 ft
weight of footing
232.2675 k
0.5 gamma_f h^2 k_af
385.029478306
Fig 11.6.3.2-2
-3.9299062786
YES
TRIANGULAR DIST _+ UPLIFT
sum V_i / A *(1 + 6 e / B)
9.3249657789 ksf
sum V_i / A *(1 - 6 e / B)
0 ksf

OK
Strength limit OK
Strength limit OK

OK
Strength limit OK
Strength limit OK

LOAD CALC spreadsheet


Bridge Name:
Bridge No. :

Jim Creek
42

Purpose:
Date:

Check prestress beam design.


10/14/2011

Material:
f'c
f's
f'ci
Wc
Ec
W_acp
fci
fi
fcs
fts

6.5
270
5.5
150
4887.7334
140
3.3
556.21489
2.6
241.86773

Loads:
W
Wcp
Ws

1000 plf
314 plf
384.66667 plf

beam weight
Curb and parapet weight
Superimposed deal load. Assume 4

Geometry:
W_girder
H_girder
I_girder:
S_t:
S_b:
L_span

6
4.4166667
651022
33952
19247
110

Max girder width


Girder height
T-beam moment of inertia
T-beam section modulus (top)
T-beam section modulus (bottom)
Bridge span

Calcs:
Distribution factor:
S_max
Distribution factor:
2010 AASHTO:
K
W
L
C
D:
N_L
D
Distribution factor:
Multiple Presence Factor:
Impact load factor:

Notes:
Beam compressive design compres
Prestressing strands design tensile
Compressive strength @ initial pres
Concrete density
Wc^1.5 x 33 (f'cs)^0.5
Asphalt density
0.6 f'ci, temp stress limit prior to los
7.5 (f'ci)^0.5, tension stress limit prio
0.4 f'c, compression strength limit a
3 (f'c)^0.5, tensile strength limit afte

ksi
ksi
ksi
pcf
ksi
pcf
ksi
psi
ksi
psi

ft
ft
in4
in3
in3
ft

5.75 ft
1.0454545
2
50
110
0.9090909 CALC 'D'

3
8.5
0.6764706
0.85
1.33

S/5.5, per old AASHTO code


TA 4.6.2.2.2b-1

Use D = 11.5 - NL

K(W/L)

no. of lanes
S/D

M_o
M_sdl
M_HS20 TRK
M_trk train

1512.5
474.925
1703.6
968

V_o
V_sdl
V_HS20 TRK
V_trk train

55
17.27
61.2
35.2

k-ft
k-ft
k
k-ft

w_t beam x l^2 / 8


w_acp+parapet x l^2 / 8
Use Table (PPI pg 63)
0.64 klf x l^2 / 8

k
k
k
k

wxL/2
w_acp+parapet x L / 2

k-ft
k-ft
k
k

(M_HS20 + M_trk train)/2 wheel line


M_o + M_sdl
(V_HS20 + V_trk train)/2 wheel line
V_o + V_sdl

M_L+I
M_DL
V_L+I
V_DL

1510.1219
1987.425
54.4901
72.27

M_u
V_u

5245.7258 k-ft
190.01268 k

1.25M_o + 1.5Msdl + 1.75M_L+I


1.25 V_o + 1.5 V_sdl + 1.75 V_L+I

E_c

4887.7334 ksi

Modulus of Elasticity

F_strand:
Ultimate strength
A_1/2" seven wire
F_strand

Determine max force for 1/2", seven


70% of max tensile stress 270 ksi =

189 ksi
0.153 in2
28.917 k

Total no. of strands


% harped
No. of harped strands
Harped c-g from t/slab
As_harped
No. of straight strands
Straight c-g from t/slab
As_straight
Span

32
33%
11
6
1.683
21
49.5
3.213
110

Station

L(x)
0
0.05
0.1
0.15
0.2
0.25
0.3
0.35
0.4
0.45
0.5
0.55
0.6
0.65
0.7

in
in2
in
in2

e_harped
0
5.5
11
16.5
22
27.5
33
38.5
44
49.5
55
60.5
66
71.5
77

6
11.4375
16.875
22.3125
27.75
33.1875
38.625
44.0625
49.5
49.5
49.5
49.5
49.5
44.0625
38.625

As_harped x e_harped
e_straight
10.098
19.2493125
28.400625
37.5519375
46.70325
55.8545625
65.005875
74.1571875
83.3085
83.3085
83.3085
83.3085
83.3085
74.1571875
65.005875

49.5
49.5
49.5
49.5
49.5
49.5
49.5
49.5
49.5
49.5
49.5
49.5
49.5
49.5
49.5

0.75
0.8
0.85
0.9
0.95
1

82.5
88
93.5
99
104.5
110

33.1875
27.75
22.3125
16.875
11.4375
6

55.8545625
46.70325
37.5519375
28.400625
19.2493125
10.098

49.5
49.5
49.5
49.5
49.5
49.5

pressive design compressive strength


g strands design tensile strength
e strength @ initial prestress

p stress limit prior to losses


5, tension stress limit prior to losses
pression strength limit after losses (after concrete cure)
ensile strength limit after losses

arapet weight
sed deal load. Assume 4" max overlay.

ment of inertia
tion modulus (top)
tion modulus (bottom)

ld AASHTO code

apet x l^2 / 8

M_trk train)/2 wheel lines x Impact x MPF = max live load moment / beam

V_trk train)/2 wheel lines x Impact x MPF = max live load shear / beam

1.5Msdl + 1.75M_L+I
1.5 V_sdl + 1.75 V_L+I

max force for 1/2", seven wire strand


x tensile stress 270 ksi = ultimate

As_straight x e_straight
c-g (from top)
159.0435
34.546875
159.0435
36.416015625
159.0435
38.28515625
159.0435
40.154296875
159.0435
42.0234375
159.0435
43.892578125
159.0435
45.76171875
159.0435
47.630859375
159.0435
49.5
159.0435
49.5
159.0435
49.5
159.0435
49.5
159.0435
49.5
159.0435
47.630859375
159.0435
45.76171875

e (from c-g)
15.372298729
17.241439354
19.110579979
20.979720604
22.848861229
24.718001854
26.587142479
28.456283104
30.325423729
30.325423729
30.325423729
30.325423729
30.325423729
28.456283104
26.587142479

159.0435
159.0435
159.0435
159.0435
159.0435
159.0435

43.892578125
42.0234375
40.154296875
38.28515625
36.416015625
34.546875

24.718001854
22.848861229
20.979720604
19.110579979
17.241439354
15.372298729

LOAD CALC spreadsheet


Bridge Name:
Bridge No. :

Jim Creek

Purpose:
Notes:
Reference:

Explore TL-4 loading effects on Oregon and Colorado standard barrier connections.
For purposes of these calculations, simplified loading distributions will be assumed. Distributions
2010 AASHTO LRFD Bridge Specifications

Loading:

AASHTO Table A13.2-1

Geometry:
H_e
L_t / L_l
L_v
H
gage_t
gage_l

Effective vehicle height


Distribution length, transverse / longitudinal
Vertical load distribution length
Height of rail
Bolt gage_t
Bolt gage_l

42

32
3.5
18
35
9
10

in
ft
ft
in
in
in

Loads:
Assumptions:
Loads in TA A13.2-1 are factored and represent ultimate loads.
F_t
Transverse load
F_v
Vertical load
F_l
Longitudinal load
Mu_x
F_t / 2 x H
Vu_x
F_t / 2
Mu_y
F_l / 2 x H
Vu_y
F_l / 2

55
4.5
18
962.5
27.5
315
9

Bolt check:
T_u 1
V_u 1

E Mu / gage x 1/2
(Vu_x^2 + Vu_y^2)^ 0.5 / 4

69.22 k
7.23 k

T_u 2
V_u 2

Mux / gage x 1/2


(Vu_x^2 + Vu_y^2)^ 0.5 / 4

48.125 k
7.23 k

T_u 3
V_u 3

Muy / gage x 1/2


(Vu_x^2 + Vu_y^2)^ 0.5 / 4

15.75 k
7.23 k

T_u 4
V_u 4

By inspection --> compression


(Vu_x^2 + Vu_y^2)^ 0.5 / 4

k
k
k
in-kip
k
in-kip
k

0 k
7.23 k

er connections.
ill be assumed. Distributions are based on the assumption of continuous HSS 5x5 railing.

Notes / reference:

Prior to overlay. 32" minimum.

Calculation worksheet:
SPM
11/15/2016
Purpose:

Summarize material properties

t
Input:
Winwall length, D
Ftg thickness, typ
Wingwall thickness, typ
Ftg length

12
4
2
44

ft
ft
ft
ft

NA

Moment of Intertia table:


Element

I = b_i x h_i ^3 / 12 + A_i x d_i ^ 2


Name
1 footing
2 wingwall
3 wingwall

b_i

h_i
44
2
2

A_i
4
12
12

A_total
A_i x d_i
NA

d_i
176
24
24

I_i
A d^2
I_t
2 234.6667
704 938.6667
6
288
864
1152
6
288
864
1152

224 in2
640
Sum (A_i x d_i )/ Sum A_i

Moment of Inertia
Section Modulus

S=I/c
c_t
c_b

2.857143 ft
9.142857

2.857143 ft

I_total

3243 ft4

S_t
S_b

1135 ft3
355 ft3

Bearing calc spreadsheet


Bridge Name:
Bridge No. :

Jim Creek
42

Purpose:
Reference:

Size rectangular steel reinforced elastomeric bearings.


AASHTO 14.7.5.1 / Method B

LOADS:
DL
LL
sigma_s
sigma_l
1.66 x G x S
0.66 x G x S

GEOMETRY:
L, length of bearing
W, width of bearing
H, bearing height
S, shape factor
t, gage thickness of steel plate
n, number of plates
n_e, number of elastomeric layers
h_i, elastomeric layer thickness
h_rt, total elastormeric thickness

(DL + LL) / Bearing Area


LL / Bearing Area
1.6 ksi max

parallel to longitudinal axis of girder


transverse to longitudinal axis of girder
LW / (2 h_i x (L+W))
12 gage steel
n+1
n_e x h_i

MATERIALS:
G, Elastomer shear modulus
Temp zone
Min low temp elastomer grade

CALCS:
Initial bearing deflection:
delta_le, live load strain
delta_l, live load deflection
delta_de, dead load strain
delta_d, dead load deflection
Long-term dead load deflection:
a_cr, creep deflection / dead load deflection
delta_lt, long-term dead load deflection

752
314
1.2345845
0.3639784
1.3892491
0.552352

k
k
ksi
ksi
ksi
ksi

6
16
3
6.44
0.1046
6
7
0.3389143
2.3724

in
in
in

OK
OK
OK

in
in

0.13 ksi
C
3

Durometer 60
Figure 14.7.5.2-1

sigma_l / (6 G S^2)
Sum_i (delta_le x h_ri)
(sigma_t - sigma_l) / (6 G S^2)
Sum_i (delta_de x h_ri)

0.0112596
0.0267123 in
0.0269321
0.0638936 in

ref. TA 14.7.6.2-1
delta_d + a_cr x delta__d

0.35
0.0862564 in

Shear deformation:
alpha
T_max
T_min
delta_t, temperature displacement:
delta_s, maximum shear deformation:
h_rt min

thermal coefficient
max design temp
min design temp
alpha x L (T_max - T_min)
65% delta_t
2 x delta_s

0.0000067
100
10
0.810432
0.5267808
1.0535616

Check combined compression and rotation:


theta_max @ service
delta max
theta_max @ service

sigma_s (n / G S) (h_ri / B) ^2
theta max / 2 * (L/2)
(sigma_s / 1.875 G S - 1) n ( h_ri / B )^2

0.023534
7.907429 in
0.0238119

Uplift check per 14.7.5.3.5-1


OK (by inspection)
Compressive stress check per 14.5.3.5-2

Stability check:
A
B
sigma_s max

1.92 h_rt/L / (1+ 2 L/ W)^0.5


2.67 / ((S + 2) (1 + L/ 4W))
G S / (A - B)

0.5738771
0.2893148
2.9409982

14.7.5.3.6-2
14.7.5.3.6-3
OK

1/deg F
deg F
deg F
in
in
in

OK

Assume 1/8 in max

OK

Fig 3.12.2.2-1
Fig 3.12.2.2-2

OK

Calculation worksheet:
SPM
11/15/2016
Purpose:

Summarize material properties

Input:
Stem width
Stem height
Bulb width
Bulb depth
Bulb chamfer depth
Bulb chamfer width
Flange width
Flange depth
Flange chamfer
Flange chamfer depth

0.5
4.4166666667
1.5833333333
0.5
0.25
0.7916666667
5
0.5
1.7916666667
0.25

ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft

Moment of Intertia table:


Element
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

I = b_i x h_i ^3 / 12 + A_i x d_i ^ 2


Name
stem
flange
flange chamfer
flange chamfer
bulb
bulb chamfer
bulb chamfer

b_i

h_i
A_i
d_i
I_i
0.5 4.416667 2.208333 2.208333 3.58982
5
0.5
2.5
0.25 0.052083
1.791667
0.25 0.223958 0.583333 0.002333
1.791667
0.25 0.223958 0.583333 0.002333
1.583333
0.5 0.791667 4.166667 0.016493
0.791667
0.25 0.098958 3.833333 0.001031
0.791667
0.25 0.098958 3.833333 0.001031

A_total
A_i x d_i
NA

6.145833 ft2
9.820313 ft3
Sum (A_i x d_i )/ Sum A_i

Moment of Inertia
Section Modulus

S=I/c
c_t
c_b

1.597881 ft
2.818785 ft

t
NA

A_i x d_i ^ 2
A d^2
10.76946
0.15625
0.076208
0.076208
13.74421
1.454138
1.454138

I
14.35928
0.208333
0.078541
0.078541
13.76071
1.455169
1.455169

885 in2
1.597881 ft

19.17458 in

I_total

31 ft4

651022 in4

S_t
S_b

20 ft3
11 ft3

33952 in4
19247 in4