## Robot Structural Analysis

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# is the unbalanced moment effect considered in robot shear stress values ?

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thnx in advance

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# Re: is the unbalanced moment effect considered in robot shear stress values ?

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If you mean punching verification (RC Slab Provided Reinforcement) then yes, it is considered.

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**Artur Kosakowski**

# Re: is the unbalanced moment effect considered in robot shear stress values ?

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no i mean in reading stress 1-2 in maps . is the values obtained take in consideration the unbalanced moment effect on shear stress .

# Re: is the unbalanced moment effect considered in robot shear stress values ?

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This is the shear in the plane of a panel rather than in the out of the panel plane direction. This stress can be caused by in plane shear force Nxy and twisting moment Mxy. I'm sorry but I don't understand what effect exactly you mean. Could you give us more detailed description please?

**Artur Kosakowski**

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i think you answered me in indirect way .. so this stress result is the combination of shear force Nxy and twisting moment Mxy.

if we agree on this i will accept as an answer unless u want further detailed descreption to help others i dont mind explaining ..

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so this stress result is the combination of shear force Nxy and twisting moment Mxy.

Correct

**Artur Kosakowski**

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thanks a lot for your time .. i appriciate your help