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You can find in our tables both dimensions
and properties for majority of the standard steel section like steel beams
and columns, channels, angles, steel hollow sections.
At first, this part of the site was intended for internal use only.
Later, we decided to open the tables for our visitors.
Here is collected a variety of the steel beam tables which our team has used in its practice.
In the event that we use other new kinds of steel sections tables
we will willingly provide that standard data table on the site for our visitors use.
Why we prefer to use our web version of the
tables versus a printed form:
It is extremely convenient to use;
It is available anywhere and anytime you need it;
It can be updated easily.
The steel sections classification mostly used in North America:
Values are presented in either Imperial (inch-pound) units or SI (metric) units.
The data presented in each system isn't exactly equal; therefore, each system should be
used essentially separately. Combinations values from these systems aren't allowed. (ASTM A6/A6M).
I-beams (I-shaped cross-section)
W - Wide flange steel beam (I-shaped cross-section) have parallel flange surfaces.
S - American Standard Beam (I-shaped cross-section) have a slope on the inner flange surfaces.
HP - Bearing Pile (H-shaped cross-section) have parallel flange surfaces and equal web and flange thicknesses.
M - Miscellaneous shapes cannot be classified as standard i-beams (W,S,HP), available from a limited number of manufacturers.
Channels (C-shaped cross-section)
C - American Standard Channels have a slope on the inner flange surfaces.
MC -American Miscellaneous Channels cannot be classified as standard channels, available from a limited number of manufacturers.
Angles (L-shaped cross-section)
L - shapes are equal leg and unequal leg angles.
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