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Victor, John,

 looked through all the old AISC manuals back to the 1st edition, along
with a Cambria Steel manual from 1906.  I couldn't find the 7" x 9.8# I
either.  HOWEVER,  I did notice that there is a standard channel shape
of 7" x 9.8#.  Could the drawings be noted incorrectly?  The channel
designation might be the key.

Properties:  d=7", b=2.09", m=.523", n=.210", tw=0.210" (where m and n
are the thicker and thinner thicknesses of the flanges, respectively).

Hope that helped,  

Michael Ritter, PE

p.s., I double checked the dimensions listed below and they are given
correctly.


Michael D. Ritter, PE
Senior Structural Engineer
Lockwood Greene Technologies
1201 Oak Ridge Turnpike
Oak Ridge, TN  37831
(865) 220-4418
(865) 220-4310 (fax)


	-----Original Message-----
	From:	Daley, John [SMTP:daley(--nospam--at)mcclier.com]
	Sent:	Monday, May 08, 2000 1:08 PM
	To:	'seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org'
	Subject:	RE: Section properties of old steel beams

	Here is the info I have on the American Standard Beams.  The
flanges are
	tapered with the thicker part (tb1) at the beam web.  I couldn't
find the
	last beam.

	Hope this helps.

	20" x 65.4# I : d = 20, b=6.25, tb1= 1.029, tb2=.55, tw=.5

	10" x 25.4# I : d=10, b=4.66, tb1=.673, tb2=.31, tw=.31

	8" x 18.4# I: d=8, b=4.0, tb1=.581, tb2=.27, tw=.27

	7" x 15.3# I: d=7, b=3.66, tb1=.534, tb2=.25, tw=.25

	7" x 9.8# I:  ???

	-----Original Message-----
	From: Ramirez, Victor [mailto:VRamirez(--nospam--at)aslce.com]
	Sent: Monday, May 08, 2000 11:10 AM
	To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
	Subject: Section properties of old steel beams


	I'm working on a small addition to a building in San Francisco
that was
	built in 1915.  There are several beams for which I need some
dimensions.  I
	think flange width and thickness, overall depth and web
thickness would be
	all I need.  The beam designations are:

	20" x 65.4# I
	10" x 25.4# I
	8" x 18.4# I
	7" x 15.3# I
	7" x 9.8# I

	I'd appreciate any help you fine folks (with old steel manuals)
can give me.
	Thanks in advance.