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On Tue, Jan 28, 2014 at 4:18 PM, Lloyd Pack
<lloyd(--nospam--at)advantage-engineers.com>wrote:

> Hello Drew,
> 
> You will probably have to calculate these properties yourself.
> 
> If you consider the radius of curvature on the corners to be
> twice the wall thickness, like the thicker HSSs, you will probably
> be fairly close.  I suspect that you've got factors of safety that
> far exceed any discrepancies between an assumed A, S, or I
> and what an actual A, S, or I has.  It's got me intrigued, I might
> play with this tonight to see how close they are.
> 
> What size members are you looking at?  2"x 2"x 14 ga?
> 
> Good Luck,
> Lloyd
> 
> On 28 Jan 2014 at 14:37, Drew Morris wrote:
> 
>> I need the section properties (A,S and I) for thin walled HSS shapes.
>> The AISC shapes go down to 1/8" and I need the properties for 12 and

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