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    View ASEP STEEL from CE 22 at Technological Institute of the Philippines. This Page is automatically generated based on what Facebook users are interested in, and not affiliated with or endorsed by anyone associated with the topic. provides the applicable specification for LRFD light gage steel design. Engineers of the Philippines (ASEP) Steel Handbook Manual , Design of Steel.

    Assaciation of Struct gheers of the Philippines, Inc. Domingo St.. Tolerance on Width and Length Unit: The actual length of coils must not be less than the nominal length. ASEP Steel wandbook

    In cold rolling operations, on the other hand, the hot- rolled strip is processed to final ordered thickness without any further heating except for annealing or heat treating purposes. The product standards to which these are manufactured are listed in Table Handbook and cold-formed plate shames tabulated i a Part 2 of this Steel Handbook. These steels have alnimtm s-cified yield.

    Handbook, the s e r i a l nquin- lunte involve the following: These steels have a minimum specified yield stress, Fy, taken as MPa. The basic allowable stress shall be taken as 0. For the fabrication of the metal decks Part 5 of this Steel Handbook: Steel of this variety is locally available in thic messes from 0.

    Steel conforming to other material specifications can also be rolled Locally. However, this is limited by the capabilities of the local manufacturer of flat steel products. The designer should consult with the flat steel manufacturer before specifying any type of Locally manufactured structural or high-strength steel not listea here in the Steel Handbook.

    Current mill capa- bilities limit these grades of steel from 1. Teblr Preferred Specified Thickness Unit: When coppet steel is specified, the minimum Cu shall be 0. ASEP Steel mdbook Permiselble Variatxons in Thickness Unit: Uni t: TE 3-For r peci f i ed thickness ot her than those shown, t he next higher thick- neon will apply. Width Tolerance A Unit: Width Tolerance B Unit: Length Tolerance A Unit: I I If1. Permissible Variations from Flatness , k t e l-men the longer dimension is under m, the pemissible variation.

    When the longer dimension is from 8. Wta 2-Thara variations apply to plates that have a specified minimum tenmile mtrangth of not more than M I '. I 11 1 Flatness Variatfons for Width - The flatness variations across the width should not exceed the tabular mount for the specified wl!

    Permissible Variatians trom Flatness Cont'd. When ;he longer dimension is from mm to r, incl. Iete 3-Thin tabla and these notes cover the permissible variations for flatness of circular and sketch plates, based on the maximum dimen- nionr of thora plates.


    ITO I 12 to 20, Preferred Standard Thicknesses Unit: The standard thicknesa not i n parentheses shoul d preferably be used. Table Preferred Standard Widths Unit: For s t e e l pl at e, the standard widths of mm, 1. Tal e Preferred Standard Lengths St-1 B1. I Wto: LA j 15 mtn. I f Ilo. XA f 13 min. Steel Flat Pxoducts Table a: Lither plur aide or minus aide of the thickness tolerances given in tha above Tabla m y ba lhited on request. The total tolerances, in thi8 cane shall be equal to those given in Table.


    ASEP Gteol: Tolersncs on Thickneee Cont'd. Either plus s i de or ninus ai de of the t hi c he r r tolardnces gi ven in the above Table lay be l i ai t e d en request. The total toi erances, i n t hi a case s hal l be equal t o those gi ven i n Table.

    Thiclrnesa shall be measured at any poi nt inVIlrd the scheduled Wt i n g l i ne concerning width for the as-rol l ed steel pl ate [with untrimed edge , and at any polnt not less than 15 p.

    Tolerance on Length uni t: I Tolerance on Width Unit: Juntri-d length8 1 cut edge 1 i I: Tolerance on Width Cont'd. Par steel strip and cut lrwythr therefrom. I 33 min. RE I 35 rnin. Nechanical test values do not apply to abnormal parts of at both M a ateel atrip coflii.

    Chemical and Mechmical Property Requirements Cont'd. C W - Thickna8s Thickness Thickness 8i t i on. Thickness Tolerance Unit: The values of tolerance in the table are unchangeable on plus or minus side provided that the overall tolerance range is left un- changed. The position of thickness measurement shall be taken on an arbitrary point inside not l ea8 than 25 ma away from the edge for mill edged steel atrip and cut plate therefrom of not less 50 mm in width.

    It shall be an arbitrary point inside of the aeeumed cutting line for as-rolled steel plate having r i m and an arbitrary point not less than 15 n m inside of the edge for cut edged steel plate.

    Length Tolerance Unit: I 1 A Ordinary lB Re-cutting or1 lk. St eel Fl a t Products Table la: Preferred Standard Thickness Unit: The standard thickness not in parentheses should preferably be used. Tabla O erel In pr i nei pl a, tSro un8i ab test r hal l be mt t t d f or tbicImer8 lass tk8n e.

    Ron-agutim f adi eat as per f ot unce i n which st r et cher s t r ai n does not occur during Working proceurr. The bending test shal l be wi t t e d f or standard tempering.

    Steel Flat Products Table b: Mechanical Properties Cont'd. Bending anq! In principle, tension test values shall not apply to SPCC.

    SPGCT 3. Xn principle, the tension test shall be omitted for thickness leas than 0. For SFCEN, non-ageing shall be guaranteed for a period of six mnths from the date of shipment from the works. The bending test shall be omitted for standard tempering.

    I I 1 25 min. I I I I 10 min. Tolerances A Unit: Tolerance on thickness. When tolerances stricter than those in Table A are specified, the tolerances shall comply wi t h Table 8. Tolcrmeo on thickmaan, width and length are usually in accord- mace with Table A.

    When tolerances stricter than those in Table A are 6-Nrd, the tolerancer shall ccap1. Tolerance oar width Unit: Tolerance on Length Unit: The specification shall apply to cold-rolled steel sheets mm or more in width of standard temper grade.

    Unless otherwise specified, Flatnear A shall apply. Handbook ' Steel Flat Products Table The tension teat values do not usually apply to Class 1, unless specified by the downloadr. Table applies to steel sheets and strips 30 mm or more in wi dth but does not apply to those less than 0.

    Thickness Tolerance A Unit: Thickness Toleraacs B Divl. Length Tolerance B Unit: F h t a u o Tolrranm Unit: Buckling wave is the warpage of the entire width of the sheet or '.

    I 12 1 I ff the lodsrrll 6 reeult is 85 or k1l h.

    Fable b: Regardless of whether total thickness tolerance is specifled equally or unequally, over and under, the total tolerance should be equal to twice the tabular talerancee. The nominal thicknem of sheets and coils is the thickness of the base metal in millimeter measured prior to galvanizing.

    Standard Width and Length Unit: Thickness is measured at any point across the width not less than 50 m from the side edges. This ASEP Steel Handbook is intended primarily to serve as a guide in the selection and use of locally-available structural steel products. Direitos autorais: III Pesquisar no documento.

    Asep Steel Handbook

    Feri Noviantoro. Carlo Joseph. Arjay Corral. Bjorn Christopher Arenas. John Abao. Mark Arboleda Gumamela. Paul Marion Demapelis. Kevin Saluague. Bart Lucena Jr. Zamir Mear. Rachelle C. Shem Barro. Roben Casano. Marc Alvin Lim. A s an updated edition of the ASE-P Handbook of Steel Shapes and Sections, this handbook has considerably been expanded and contains several major revisions.

    The major revisions include the following: 1. The thickness of steel piates for the built-up and bent plate have been modified. The thickness adopted corresponds to the bar sizes of reinforcing steel bars primarily t o facilitate recollecr;on. This adaptation eliminates thickness w i th fractions o f millimeters. The maximum thickness adopted for built-up sections was also increased from 44 to 45 millimeters.

    The maximum thicltness usad for ben t shapes has been reduced from 25 to 20 millimeters. The thickness of steel sheets for light gage sectiorrs have heen modified. The adopted thickness range f rom 2. The overall depths of BW sections adopted range from to 1, mitfimeters in increments of 50 or mitlimetets from the previous range of lo millimeters with variable increments. The overail depths of BH sections sdopred from to millimeters compared to the prevlous ro millimeters.

    The rolled shapes and sections has considerably been expanded with the adoption of sections from the AtSC Manual of Steel Consttuction, 93h edition, except for the angle sections. Although the standard AtSC designations were adopted, the tabulated section properties are in SI units. Part 5, presenting two metal deck shapes has bean added to the hendtrook.

    There are 86 BW-sections with depthp ranging tram am to mmn. The sectional propertief5 and limits of built-up shapes and sections are based on thcse values. Further information regarding materials for built-up ahapes i s given in Part 6.

    Sectional Dimensions A major consideration in the choice of dimensions of the sections is the optimum utilization of locally available plates. Again, to facilitate easy recall in detailing and deslgn and to simplify splices between connections, out-to-out" depth at predlctable increments is adopted in this Steel Handbook. With the "out-to-out" depth, the clear distance between flanges will vary depending on the flange thickness resulting in a lower.

    This situation is unlike the case of rolled wide-flange and S-shapes whose clear distances between flanges are kept constant for each family of the nominal depths. The constant clear distance between flanges of rolled sections is due to the roiling equipment used in its manutact:?.

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