This page allows for the creation of cross section properties to be used in the calculators on this site. You can create new cross sections from scratch, or copy existing cross sections from the database.

Your list of cross sections will be available in all calculators (where relevant), so add any cross sections you will need.

Your Cross Sections

Display Units:

  • Create new cross sections by clicking the "(new)" row in the table and filling out the text boxes below.
  • Edit cross sections by selecting from the list and updating the text boxes below.

Rectangle

Enter the inputs specific to a rectangular cross section:

Rectangular Tube

Enter the inputs specific to a rectangular tube cross section:

Circle

Enter the inputs specific to a circular cross section:

Circular Tube

Enter the inputs specific to a circular tube cross section:

I-Beam

Enter the inputs specific to an I-Beam cross section:

Custom Cross Section

Enter the inputs for a custom cross section:



Cross Section Database

Display Units:

  • Search the database using the form below.
  • Copy to your cross sections by selecting an item from the list and clicking the "Copy" button at the bottom.

Search Database:



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