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Fariborz Tehrani wrote:

> Hi everybody,
> 1- I have call out for three steel sections in an old
> structural plan which I couldn't find in my
> references:
> i- 10WF37

The 4th edition AISC Manual (1st Printing) lists a 10WF37.
Area= 9.70, d= 8.06, bf= 8.012, tf= .463, tw= .3, Ix= 117.9, Sx= 29.3,
rx=3.49, Iy= 39.7, Sy=9.9, ry= 2.02

>
> ii- 12WF25

The booklet "Simplified Structural Steel Shapes", dated Jan 1, 1944,
(accepted by War Production Board) lists a 12WF25.
Area= 7.39, d= 11.87, bf= 6.5, tf= .355, tw= .240, Ix=183.4, Sx= 30.9,
rx=4.98, Iy= 14.5, Sy= 4.5, ry= 1.40

>
> iii- 27WF91

The booklet "Simplified Structural Steel Shapes", dated Jan 1, 1944,
(accepted by War Production Board) lists a 12WF25.
Area= 26.77, d= 26.84, bf= 9.983, tf= .712, tw= .483, Ix= 3129.2, Sx=
233.2, rx= 10.81, Iy= 109.0, Sy=21.8, ry= 2.02


>
> I appreciate if somebody would help me please to get
> properties of these sections.
> 2- On the same set of plans, some steel sections for
> composite beams are not specified (actually that part
> of plans is missed). Is there any non-destructive &
> non-expensive procedure to figure out steel dimensions
> inside the concrete?
> 3- What about Fy? How can we validate yield stress of
> those sections?
> Thanks in advance,
> Frank
>
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