- Consider the rectangular column cross-section shown below. f'c = 40MPa, f
_{y}=400MPa

a) if the column is loaded by an axial load (P_{f}) at the centroid of the section, then what is the maximum value that P_{f} can safely be?

b) If the column is loaded in uniaxial bending by an axial load (P_{f}) at an eccentricity of 100m in the x-direction, then what is the maximum value that P_{f} can safely be?

c) If the column is loaded in uniaxial bending by an axial load (P_{f}) at an eccentricity of 100m in the y-direction, then what is the maximum value that P_{f} can safely be?

d) If the column is loaded in uniaxial bending by an axial load (P_{f}) at an eccentricity of 100m in the x-direction and y-direction, then what is the maximum value that P_{f} can safely be?

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