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- From: "Sprague, Harold O." <SpragueHO(--nospam--at)bv.com>
- Date: Fri, 26 Sep 1997 14:36:00 -0500
While it is true that stainless steel bolts are covered in ASTM F 593, most anchor bolts are manufactured from round bars. Generally round stainless steel A304 and A316 material is stocked as ASTM A276 or A479. If you count on reusing these bolts (as you might for equipment), or if you need higher strength stainless steel anchor bolts, you may also wish to consider a stainless steel in the ASTM A193 series. Also specify graphite lubricants with alcohol vehicles specifically designed for stainless steel. They will say "anti seize" or "anti galling" lubricant. Even with all the precautions, bolt reuse in aggressive environments can be a problem. Regards, Harold Sprague Black & Veatch ---------- From: Stewart, Warren To: 'Seaoc - Send to mail list' Subject: Subject: Re: Need properties for A316 steel Date: Friday, September 26, 1997 1:51PM Stainless steel bolts are covered under ASTM F 593. Don't confuse TYPE 304 and TYPE 316 (which are alloy designations) with ASTM designation. ASTM F 593 lists multiple tensile strengths and yield strengths for each type, depending upon manufacturing process and designation. Both types have yields ranging from 30 ksi to 90 ksi with tensile 70 to 115. Suggest obtaining copy from ASTM (610) 832-9585 or e-mail: service(--nospam--at)astm.org Warren Stewart, SE Frederic R. Harris, Inc. San Pedro CA >To: seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org >From: Neil Moore <nmoore(--nospam--at)spider.lloyd.com> >Subject: Re: Need properties for A316 steel > >At 03:29 PM 9/25/97, you wrote: >>Hi, >> >>Does anybody know the yield and ultimate breaking strength of A316 or A304 >>stainless steel. Are these pretty typical for anchor bolts in sewage >>equipment anchorages? >> >>Thanks in advance, >> >>Sasha Itsekson, P.E. >>Huntington Design Associates, Inc. >>Oakland, CA > > >Sasha: > >From AISC High-Temperature Characteristics of Stainless Steels - dated >April 1979: >Type 304 Fy = 42 ksi and Fu = 84 ksi at 80 degrees E = 28E6 >Type 316 Fy = 42 ksi and Fu = 84 ksi at 80 degrees E = 28E6 > > >Neil Moore, S.E.
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