Moment capacity (Columns: EC3 Eurocode)
The moment capacity check is performed at the point under consideration according to clause 6.2.5(1):

for the moment about the yy axis, M_{y,Ed}, and

for the moment about the zz axis, M_{z,Ed}
The moment capacity can be influenced by the magnitude of the shear force (“low shear” and “high shear” conditions). Where the high shear condition applies, the moment capacity calculation is made less complicated by conservatively adopting a simplified shear area.
The maximum absolute shear to either side of a point of interest is used to determine the moment capacity for that direction.
High shear condition about yy axis
The treatment of high shear is axis dependent. In this release for CHS, if high shear is present, the moment capacity check about the yy axis is Beyond Scope.
High shear condition about zz axis
For rolled sections in this release, if high shear is present normal to the zz axis then the moment capacity check about the zz axis is Beyond Scope.
For hollow sections, there is greater potential for the section to be used to resist the principal moments in its minor axis. Of course for CHS and SHS there is no major or minor axis and so preventing high shear arbitrarily on one of the two principal axes does not make sense. Nevertheless, if high shear is present normal to the zz axis then in this release the moment capacity about the zz axis is not calculated, the check is Beyond Scope.
If high shear is present in one axis or both axes and axial load is also present, the moment capacity check is given a Beyond Scope status.
If high shear and moment is present in both axes and there is no axial load (“biaxial bending”) the moment capacity check is given a Beyond Scope status.