Thursday, January 26, 2012

Tee Sections

Welcome to my blog’s 50th posting!Thank You Readers.

I had no idea how many I’d done; but my site’s Blog Archive said the last one was the 49th,(2010-20 Posts, 2011-26 Posts & 2012-3 Posts) so this must be the 50th.

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On this special occassion let us discuss about the special shape steel.Hot Rolled Steel Slit Steel Tee Bars

Tee Sections are one type of hot rolled steel and shaped like a Capital letter T. It is having two types. One is manufacture by hot rolled steel and another one is split from I- beam & H-Beam. Split Tees are made by splitting a beam down the web yielding a pair of Tee’s

Indian Standard Hot Rolled Steel Tee Bars may be classified as follows and it is as per IS 1173: 1978

1. Indian Standard Rolled Normal Tee bars (ISNT)

2. Indian Standard Rolled Deep Legged Tee bars (ISDT)

3. Indian Standard Slit Light Weight Tee bars (ISLT)

4. Indian Standard Slit Medium Weight Tee bars (ISMT)

5. Indian Standard Slit Tee bars from H-Sections (ISHT)

Tee-Sections are designated by the respective abbreviations followed by their depth. Example Rolled Normal Tee Bar of depth 50mm is designated by ISNT 50
For more details about other hot rolled steel Click IS 808

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Sunday, January 15, 2012

Unit Weight of ISLC

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In continuation with my earlier post of ISMC, Let us discuss about ISLC (Indian Standard Light Weight Channel) this is one of the standardized categories of hot-rolled steel Cahnnel section.

This is tapered flange Channel and it is having sizes from 75mm to 400mm. it is similar to ISMC, however the thickness of Web & Flange is lesser then ISMC.

For Unit Weight of Medium Weight Channel Click ISMC
For More details of Classification of Hot Rolled Steel IS:808

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Sunday, January 8, 2012

Unit Weight of Rebar

Construction of Civil works with out Cement & Reinforcement steel ia an unimaginable issue. Let us see about the rebar.

Rebar (short for reinforcing bar) is mild steel rod that comes in various thickness. Rebar is usually manufactured with deformations and the rebar is not perfectly round. The rebar is typically "textured" i.e. ribbed. That means that it is not smooth and therefore will grip better.

Rebar is also known as reinforcing steel, reinforcement rod, rerod, or a deformed bar, is a common steel bar,In Australia, it is colloquially known as reo.These bars are produced in sizes from 4 mm to 50 mm in diameter.

Above weights are as per clause 5.2 of IS 1786 - 1985.
For any steel reinforcement bar, weight per running meter is equal to d^2/162 Kg [(d X d )/162], where d is diameter of the bar in mm.
For example, 10 mm diameter bar will weigh 10x10/162 = 0.617 Kg/m.

For more details of Building materials unit weight Click BUILD_MAT'L

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Sunday, January 1, 2012

Unit Weight of All Beams

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This is in continuation with my previous posts of Hot Rolled sections. You may familiar with my previous posts like ISJB, ISLB, ISMB, ISWB, ISHB & ISSC. Self felt if all beams weights are made available one table it will be use full to all . The result of the thought is below mentioned Table.

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For More Details about Beams Click BEAMS
For More Details about Hot Rolled Steel Click IS:808:1989
Know the Difference between "I" Beam and "H" Beam Click H & I-Beams

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