The tables cover I-beams, IPE- beams, H-beams and HE-beams. The difference between these beams is that the H/HE-beams have wider flange than the I/IPE-beams and therefore look more like the letter H than the letter I, see Figure 4. In our catalogue we put them all together to make it
Continental Steel - Structural Steel.docx Structural E Designation A Depth Width Thickness Root Depth Area Ratios For Dimensions For Detailing M Size Mass Of Of Radius Between Of Local S Per Section Section Fillets Section Buckling End A N Metre Flange Web Flange Web Clearance Notch D D B T t r d A b/T d/t C N n C cm2 mm kg/m mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm O L 450x200 65.1 446 199 12 8 13 396 83.0 8
Heavy Column Sections. (H/HE) Wide Flange Sections. Web height and flange width approximately equal. (H/HE) Medium Flange Sections. (I/IPE) Narrow Flange Sections. (I/IPE) Figure 4 Universal Beams and Columns:Section shapes. The standard specifications used for production of universal beams and columns in this region are listed in this table.(PDF) Continental Steel Pte Ltd PRODUCTS HANDBOOK Academia.edu is a platform for academics to share research papers.