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- From: Mark Gilligan <MarkKGilligan(--nospam--at)compuserve.com>
- Date: Mon, 13 Dec 1999 23:44:03 -0500
A previous posting made the following statement. >>The reference to A913 steel came from a package some engineers in my office received when attending a seminar on changes to the UBC. It states that "A913 is produced by quenching and self-tempering process... higher yield strength/ increased toughness/ greatly improved weldability due to lower carbon equivalent." Whenever I see the word quenching I think of Low Ductility. I guess no one is using this steel yet and A992 is the way to go.<< Guess Again! A913 steel has been used a lot. In my experience it is most commonly used for column sections and is better than most of the other steels on the market. I suggest that you talk to Trade ARBED. Mark Gilligan
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