Common Structural Steels & their Applications
Table M1 - Common Structural Steels - Mott (1996)
|A36||Carbon steel, commercially available shapes, plates, and bars, bridges, buildings and general structural purposes|
|A242||High strength low-alloy steel, shapes, plates, and bars (lighter than A36), general structural purposes, corrosion resistance|
|A514||High strength low-alloy steel, bridges and similar structures|
|A572||General purpose, shapes, plates and bars|
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