PRECAST CONCRETE FENCE COLUMNS
Stone columns, originating in Egypt but most renowned in Roman and Greece, are structural parts of a building, wall or fence that accept the compression weight by transferring the load to a foundation below.
The stress conditions of a concrete column can require complex engineering despite a plain appearance. Equilibrium, materials, and load are used to measure and determine the size, shape, and integrity of the stone column for a particular function. To ensure a stable equilibrium, a stone column’s force will generate a small lateral deflection with a load that disappears when the lateral force is removed. The material is determined by the amount of weight the column will hold as well as local weather conditions.
Load, Or Critical Load Formula
The critical load The material in this formula where E is equal to the elasticity of the material, I is equal to the moment of inertia and L is equal to the length of the breakdown half sine wave.