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- Subject: RE: New Structural Steel
- From: "Huang, Y. Henry" <HHUANG(--nospam--at)dpw.co.la.ca.us>
- Date: Thu, 9 Dec 1999 16:34:52 -0800
Title: RE: New Structural Steel
A913 is a product of TradeArbed.
Y. Henry Huang
From: Gerard Madden [mailto:GerardM(--nospam--at)CRJARCH.com]
Sent: Thursday, December 09, 1999 3:06 PM
Subject: New Structural Steel
Does anybody have the properties of the new structural steel A913 (Grades 50
& 65). Basically what I am looking for are the Fy's (Probably 50 & 65 ksi
respectively) and Fu's(Tensile Strength). I have been unable to get any info
from my web searches.
On a side note, I was taught in Grad school that I should always consider
A36 to have an Fy=50ksi since mills today produce mostly dual spec steel.
This recommendation was brought up in an EBF lecture. Does anyone think it
is appropriate to always use A36 w/ Fy=50ksi in all NEW construction for any
application (even angles and channels)?
TIA (THANKS IN ADVANCE ?)
P.S.: LRFD RULES ! ! !
Gerard Madden, P.E.
Civil Engineer, Associate
CRJ Associates, Inc.
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