Thursday, March 2, 2017

Seventh Blogoversary

Dear Readers,

I am very glad to inform you that Engineer diary blog has been passed another year. yes, it is a Seventh blogoversary. I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you who has stayed with us along our incredible journey for the past Seven years.
It was my long dream that share the technical knowledge and data’s to others, especially for engineers, technicians and others who are being involved in construction industry. Accordingly, Seven years ago, I wrote my first blog post, having no idea where it would lead me or how it would change my life, but I was very sure that demand for technical data will be always exists and I believed that I can do better some extent. Hope new comers in construction industry benefited through this blog. Hope I am moving in right direction without change my core value (This blog is not for time pass)
Dear Readers,

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I know that I am moving little bit slow regarding the quantity of posts (Total 144 posts blogged during these period and 20 posts during last year) This is due to more conscious about the technical data, we realize how important it has become to us as well as to you, and we promise we will keep it up with quality information.
I have received so many loving emails and comments through the years because of this blog, which makes my heart beyond happy. I have made so many amazing friends through the years because of this blog. I love that so much. I am so grateful to everyone who has supported this blog with love, behind the scene advices, wonderful comments and likes, introducing the blog to people, etc. I really do appreciate.

Once again, thanking you to each of you who have offered support here along the way.
-Crane  & Crane Man.

Sunday, February 5, 2017


Dear Readers,

ISMB - Indian Standard Medium Weight Beam. This weight chart is republished here. It has been a popular post of this blog. However it is necessary to update the table for more information like dimensions of Web and Flange including thickness apart from unit weight.

Beam cross section looks like a English letter I or H. It is a Hot rolled Steel, The horizontal element is called flanges, while the vertical element is called web and it is a Hot rolled steel

For More Details about classification of Hot rolled steel click Here
For More Details about the unit weight of all beam click All in One

Best Quote :- Do the difficult things while they are easy and do the great things while they are small. A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step. Have a Nice Day

Sunday, January 15, 2017

International Steel Standards

Dear Readers,

While preparing blog articles, self always try to co-ordinate the steel standards between the other steel standards. Unfortunately, there is no common global steel standard or classification system. Rather, there are a number of classification and designation systems accepted and used worldwide, which are developed and standardized either nationally and internationally.
Steel standards are systems for classifying, evaluating, and specifying the chemical, mechanical, and metallurgical properties of different types of steels and ferrous alloys that are used in the production of components, machinery, and constructions.
Steels can be classified by a large variety of criteria, such as:
1). Composition, for example carbon, low-alloy, or stainless steel.
2). Method of manufacturing, such as open hearth, basic oxygen process, or electric furnace methods.
3). Finishing method, such as hot rolling, cold rolling, and various surface finishing and platting techniques.
4). Product form, for example bar, wire, plate, sheet, strip, tubing or structural shape.
5). DE oxidation practice, such as killed, semi-killed, capped or rimmed steel.
6). Microstructure, such as ferritic, pearlite and martensitic.
7). Heat treatment, such as annealing, quenching and tempering.
Some of the more frequently used steel standard and classification systems include:
AISI (American Iron and Steel Institute) steel standards, which are traditionally used in the US and abroad. While this standard is no longer maintained and has increasingly been replaced by SAE, ASTM and other U.S. standards, it is still widespread.
EN (Euro norm), which is a harmonized system of metal and steel standards of European countries. Although it is accepted and effectively used in all European countries, “obsolete” national systems, such as German-DIN, British-BS, French-AFNOR and Italian-UNI are commonly used and often found in many documents and specifications.
Japanese JIS steel standards, which are widely used in Asia and Pacific regions. JIS steel specifications have also often been used as a base for other national systems, such as Korean, Chinese, and Taiwanese standards.
Steel standards for BRIC Countries Brazilian-NBR, Russian-GOST, Indian-IS, and Chinese-GB and YB are followed.
For Example, Different standards used for General structural steel in construction works are as follows.
Indian Standard = IS: 2062
Chinese Standard = GB/T 700-2006
Japanese Standard = JIS G3101-2004
European Standard = EN 10025-2004
American Standard = ASTM A36-05.
Similarly, Different steel standards are used for Cold forming steel, high strength low alloy structural steel, Steel for boiler and other pressure vessels and Steel for ship building.
Note : In addition to the many standards described above, many steel manufacturers and suppliers have developed their own proprietary, commercial names for designating steels. Some of these designations have, after years and decades of use, become widely used within the industrial community and are often referred to as “common“ names or “trade” names, without actually referring to the particular supplier. In most cases, these “common” names are not standardized and properties may vary substantially; their application in official technical documents should therefore be avoided.
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Abbreviations (16) Acre (2) ANSI (1) Anti friction bearing (2) Apothecaries Mass (1) Avoirdupois Mass (1) AWG (4) AWS (1) BCR 295 (2) Beam (18) Bearings (5) Blasting & Painting (2) Blogoversary (2) Bolt (4) CAR A/C (1) Cartoon (2) Cent (2) CHANNEL (7) Chequered Plate (1) Chinese (2) Civil (1) Classification (1) Cleaning (2) Cold Rolled Steel (2) Column Section (1) Computer (1) Construction Industry (3) Conversion Table (2) Crane Rail (2) Density (1) Drill bit (1) Drill gauge (1) Drilling (1) EHS (1) Ellipcon Steel (1) Elliptical Hollow Section (1) EN 10083-3 (1) EN 10219 (1) Engineer Day (5) Engineering Miracle (2) European Steel (3) Fibre Rope (3) Fire (1) FLAT (1) floating crane (1) Flood (1) GAUGE (9) General (19) Greetings (4) H-beam (4) Handrail (1) Heavy Weight Beam (1) Helmet (1) HEXAGOAN (1) Hollow Rectangle (3) Hollow Square (5) Hollow Steel (10) Hot rolled Steel (25) HSS (9) I-Beam (2) Information (4) Informations (3) Introduce (4) IPE (3) IS 1173 (5) IS 1786 (1) IS 3443 (2) IS 4923 (2) IS 808 (15) ISA (2) ISCR (1) ISHB (3) ISJB (4) ISJC (2) ISLB (3) ISLC (2) ISMB (4) ISMC (2) ISMCP (1) ISNT (2) ISSC (2) ISWB (3) JIS G3466 (1) Junior Beam (2) Junior Channel (3) Labour Law (1) Land Measurement (2) Light Beam (1) Light Channel (3) LPG Cylinder (1) Mass (2) Measurement (3) Metals (4) Mile Stone (2) Music Wire (4) MWG (6) Numbers (3) OCTOGAN (1) Painting (2) Parallel Flange Channel (1) PFC (1) PIPE (1) Plastics (2) PPE (1) Precautions (1) Rain (1) Rebar (1) Reinforcement Rod (1) Reinforcemnt Steel (1) Reo (1) Rigging (6) River on River (1) Rope (6) ROUND (1) Safety (9) Scale (1) Self Explanatory (4) SEP (4) Short cut key (1) Sling (1) Slit Tee (1) Specific Gravity (3) SQUARE (1) Steel (17) Steel Beam (6) Steel Section (6) Steel Section Type (5) Structural Steel (51) Surface Preparation (2) SWG (4) SWL (1) Technical (5) Tee Section (5) Thanks (6) Tools & Tackles (1) Torque (5) Troy Mass (1) TUBE (1) UB (2) UC (2) Unit of Mass (1) UNIT WEIGHT (44) Universal Beam (1) universal Column (2) Water (2) Weight (8) Welding (3) Wide Flange Beam (2) Wind (6) Wind Speed (4) Wire Rope (2) Wishes (11) WWD (1)


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