allowable stress of a36 steele

If the calculations follow the typical design method and the only difference is Fy' is it an issue? RC All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing. Edmund BurkeWas he using 50 KSI steel? Was it laterally braced??Did he actually specify that he was using Fy'? Or did he use a stress that just happened to be that number?I need to clarify a couple things. The beam was an HP 10x42. AISC 9th edition lists Fy' as 29.4 ksi. The steel was A36 steel. He actually substituted Fy' = 29.4ksi for Fy and made the allowable stress = 0.66(29.4ksi). The beam I believe was not laterally braced in any appreciable way.Something to do with the HP being non-compact?If I remember correctly, Fy' is the value of Fy for which anything less than that the section can be considered compact (i.e. Fy

A36 steel - Wikipedia

A36 steel is a common structural steel in the United States. The A36 standard was established by the ASTM International

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Properties· Authors: Mehdi Setareh · Ji LiAbout: Stress · Factor of safety · Yield · Bending · Aluminium · Compressive strengthStatus: Resolved