Carbon and low alloy steel also known as Mild steel. steels with a low carbon content and without alloy are softer and more easily formed, it is a low-cost material that is easy to shape. While not as hard as higher-carbon steels, carburizing can increase its surface hardness. carbon structural steel has the proper tensile strength, good toughness, plasticity, processing property.
Carbon steel ASTM A36 S275JR SS400 A283 grade C steel Carbon steel ASTM A36 S275JR SS400 A283 grade C are the widely used carbon structural steels. Other than S275JR, the other mentioned steel grades are equivalent to each other. Carbon steel ASTM A36 is one of the most widely used carbon steels, although the maximum carbon content of A36 steel is 0.29%, it is considered to be the mild steel
Steel Standards - ASTM InternationalASTM's steel standards are instrumental in classifying, evaluating, and specifying the material, chemical, mechanical, and metallurgical properties of the different types of steels, which are primarily used in the production of mechanical components, industrial parts, and construction elements, as well as other accessories related to them.
Steel Pipe. The Manual lists ASTM A53 Grade B (y = F 35 ksi, F u = 60 ksi) as the preferred material specification for steel pipe used in structural frameshowever, the following considerations should be addressed first. Round ASTM A500 Grade C can be specified using pipe dimensions instead of A53 to take advantage of the increased strength ASME - BBN SteelASME SA588 Grade B corten steel weathering steel plates ASME SA572 Grade 50/ SA572 Gr.50 high strength low alloy Niobium Vanadium structure steel plates ASME SA36 mild steel plates/ carbon steel