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I need to calculate the moment on the attached drawing, and the loads then transferred to the base material, if it is shear, tensile or an oblique/combined load. some guidance would be much appreciated. Ultimately how would I calculate the maximum load the stud can take before flexing/deforming.

I am hoping for a formula that should any variables change like length, diameter, steel strength or yield etc, I can change them on the relevant parts of the formula.

I am not sure how to calculate this as you can see.

some details that I know that might be required.

Length of of stand off = 98mm

Load (Vsd) 2kN or 2000 N shear

Anchor embedment = 125mm

Anchor dia = M16

Yield Strength = 420

Stressed cross section = 157

Elastic section modules = 277.5

Characteristic bending moment = 200

Recommended bending moment = 81.6

the only thing I can see and tried to calculate is the moment itself, again I am not sure if this is correct or even coming out right because I cannot find any working examples.

Mt = (length/moments without restraint) x Vsd = (98/1) x 2000 N = 196000 Nm or 19.6kNm

I don't know if this is correct or if I am starting of in the right direction, or where to go next with it? any help really appreciated...

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# Cantilever Bending Moment

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