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Thanks.

I'm reviewing a steel arch building with a 50 ft. span.  I believe
it works if the steel grade is 80 ksi. That is what they show in
their calcs.  Now you have me curious.  I'll have to do some more
hunting.

Dan Goodrich, P.E.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Effland, Greg" <geeffland(--nospam--at)butlermfg.com>
To: <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2001 8:50 AM
Subject: RE: ASTM A625


> FYI,
>
> I think it depends on which volume you are looking at [for finding the
A625
> spec].  In the 2000 spec it is in Section 1 (Iron and Steel Products)
Volume
> 01.06 (Coated Steel Products)... The footnotes indicate [A623 and A625]
> originally published in 1968.
>
> But as William stated ASTM A625 is the "Standard Specification for Tin
Mill
> Products, Black Plate, Single-Reduced" and refers to A623 for mechanical
> properties "Standard Specification for Tin Mill Products, General
> Requirements"... After a quick look I did not see a specific reference to
> yield stress but it does list the "Nominal Longitudinal Ultimate Tensile
> Strength" ranging from 75 to 95 ksi depending upon designation but those
are
> all DR or Double Reduced [in table 4] where as the A625 spec refers to
> Single Reduced.  They also mention several tempering designations and
> annealing processes
>
> Are you sure this is the correct spec?  I could be wrong but this looks
more
> like a commercial steel product rather than a structural steel product.
The
> spec shows some of the typical uses such as nozzles, spouts, oil filter
> shells, pie pans, can ends, etc.
>
> Hope this helps,
> Greg Effland, P.E.
> KC MO
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gerard Madden [mailto:GMadden(--nospam--at)mplusl.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2001 3:36 PM
> To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
> Subject: Re: ASTM A625
>
>
> Dan,
>
> I'm looking at the 1995 ASTM book and it goes from A618 then jumps to
> A627-88. No A625 ... are you sure that is the correct number? Perhaps it's
> new ?
>
> -Gerard
> SF, CA
>
> >>> dang(--nospam--at)karren.com 07/31/01 11:02AM >>>
> Can anybody verify for me that ASTM A625 Grade D steel has
> a yield strength of 80 ksi?
>
> TIA.
> Dan Goodrich, P.E.
>
>
>
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