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RE: grade 3.6, 4.6, 4.8, ..., means.

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Dear Einar:
 
Thank you very much
 
Alberto Guida
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De: Einar Einarsson <byggtak(--nospam--at)itn.is>
Para: 'seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org' <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Fecha: jueves 11 de marzo de 1999 8:52
Asunto: RE: grade 3.6, 4.6, 4.8, ..., means.

Alberto
this is a strenght grade designation in accordance with ISO/R 898/1 for
bolts defined in British Standards, Eurocode 3 and many other Standards
used in Europe.  The first figure is the minimum tensile strenght fub/100
MPa and the second figure is 10 times the ratio between the minimum yield
fyb and minimum tensile strenght fub,

i.e. for grade 4.6 then fub=4*100=400 MPa and fyb=400*0.6=240 MPa
and for grade 8.8 then fub=8*100=800 MPa and fyb=800*0.8=640 MPa
and for grade 10.9 then fub=10*100=1000 MPa and fyb=800*0.9=900 MPa.

1 MPa = 1 megapascal = 1 N/mm2 =145 psi

Grades in Eurocode 3 are 4.6,  5.6,  8.8 and 10.9.  The higher grades are
used for high-strenght friction-grip bolts.  The grade is usualy stamped on
the head of the bolt.


Einar Einarsson CE
Iceland
E-mail:   mailto:byggtak(--nospam--at)itn.is



-----Original Message-----
From: Alberto Guida [SMTP:GRUPOCG(--nospam--at)etheron.net]
Sent: 11. mars 1999 05:45
To: Seaint
Subject: RV:




>I am using a british program for steel design. I don´t know what   grade
3.6, 4.6, 4.8, ..., means.
These grades are used for bolts.
>Somebody knows what this means?

>Thank you very much

>Alberto Guida
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