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Spring Coefficient Calculator v1
The spring coefficient calculator provides the spring constants for beams, shafts, plates, springs, plates, etc. with various end support conditions

Spring Coefficients

Subject

A spring coefficient is the force required to deflect (or deform) an elastic structural element or body by a unit length (1.0 metre, inch, etc.) and is used to define an expected deflection due to a given load and/or its natural frequency.

A spring coefficient describes a linear relationship between force (F) and deflection (y); i.e. F ∝ y

Calculator

Spring Coefficient calculates this property for a number of structural elements including; columns, shafts, springs, tensile cords and beams & plates with various end/edge support conditions.

The spring coefficient calculator is not limited to plain or singular elements. Quite complex structural frames such as bridges or crane booms may be calculated with equal accuracy if its material(s) and sectional properties are known, consistent and obey Hooke's law.

For help using this calculator see Technical Help

Spring Coefficient Calculator - Options

Beams

Calculates the spring coefficients for six beam configurations with fixed, simply-supported, guided and free ends.

You enter: and the Spring Coefficient calculator will provide:
  • Young's modulus
  • Second moment of area
  • Beam length
  • Distance to load
  • Spring coefficient

Shafts

Calculates the spring coefficient of a rotating shaft with a torsional load (applied torque).

You enter: and the Spring Coefficient calculator will provide:
  • Young's modulus
  • Polar moment of inertia
  • Shaft length
  • Poisson's ratio
  • Spring coefficient

Columns

Calculates the spring coefficient of a longitudinal column under an axial load, either tensile or compressive.

You enter: and the Spring Coefficient calculator will provide:
  • Young's modulus
  • Cross sectional area
  • Column length
  • Spring coefficient

Plates

Calculates the spring coefficient of a circular plate with its outer-edge fixed or simply supported and a small force applied anywhere on its surface.

You enter: and the Spring Coefficient calculator will provide:
  • Young's modulus
  • Plate Diameter
  • Distance (from edge) to load
  • Load radius
  • Plate Thickness
  • Poisson's ratio
  • Spring coefficient

Coiled Springs

Calculates the spring coefficient of a coiled spring made from flat-strip with a tensile load applied at its outer end.

You enter: and the Spring Coefficient calculator will provide:
  • Young's modulus
  • Second moment of area
  • Spring length
  • Spring coefficient

Helical Springs

Calculates the spring coefficient of a helical spring under an axial load, either tensile or compressive.

You enter: and the Spring Coefficient calculator will provide:
  • Young's modulus
  • Spring mean radius
  • Wire diameter
  • Number of coils
  • Poisson's ratio
  • Spring coefficient

Tension Cords

Calculates the spring coefficient of a cord under tension with a load applied half-way along its length.

You enter: and the Spring Coefficient calculator will provide:
  • Cord tension
  • Cord length
  • Spring coefficient

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