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Re: Hull Steel DH 36 or EH 36

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>"Tensile Properties of Higher-Strength Hull Structural Steel 100 mm (4.0 
>in) and Under". 
It's a Lloyd's spec for ship-building use. It's a low carbon structural 
steel that looks like just the thing for fracture toughness. Check 
<http://www.steelmart.co.za/pdf/uncoated/Web_datasheet_A3.5.pdf> for 
further info. Unless you're actually building ships, you might want to 
stick with the common structural steel types. You're not likely to find 
suppliers very easily.

Christopher Wright P.E.    |"They couldn't hit an elephant at
chrisw(--nospam--at)skypoint.com        | this distance"   (last words of Gen.
___________________________| John Sedgwick, Spotsylvania 1864)
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