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  • Properties ofStructural-SteelShapesIn the following tables, the properties of a few structural-steel shapes arepresented as an aid to the reader in solving problems in the text. Thesetables were compiled from the extensive tables of properties for steelshapes commonly used in Europe, available online (Ref. 5 - 4).

    Notation:I moment of inertiaS section modulusr I/A radius of gyration

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  • E2 APPENDIX E Properties of Structural-Steel Shapes

    TABLE E-1 PROPERTIES OF EUROPEAN WIDE FLANGE BEAMS

    Mass Area Depth Width Thickness Strong axis 1-1 Weak axis 2-2 per of of of

    Designation meter Section section section

    G A h b tw tf I1 S1 r1 I2 S2 r2

    kg/m cm2 mm mm mm mm cm4 cm3 cm cm4 cm3 cm

    HE 1000 B 314 400 1000 300 19 36 644700 12890 40.15 16280 1085 6.38HE 900 B 291 371.3 900 300 18.5 35 494100 10980 36.48 15820 1054 6.53HE 700 B 241 306.4 700 300 17 32 256900 7340 28.96 14440 962.7 6.87HE 650 B 225 286.3 650 300 16 31 210600 6480 27.12 13980 932.3 6.99HE 600 B 212 270 600 300 15.5 30 171000 5701 25.17 13530 902 7.08

    HE 550 B 199 254.1 550 300 15 29 136700 4971 23.2 13080 871.8 7.17HE 600 A 178 226.5 590 300 13 25 141200 4787 24.97 11270 751.4 7.05HE 450 B 171 218 450 300 14 26 79890 3551 19.14 11720 781.4 7.33HE 550 A 166 211.8 540 300 12.5 24 111900 4146 22.99 10820 721.3 7.15HE 360 B 142 180.6 360 300 12.5 22.5 43190 2400 15.46 10140 676.1 7.49HE 450 A 140 178 440 300 11.5 21 63720 2896 18.92 9465 631 7.29

    HE 340 B 134 170.9 340 300 12 21.5 36660 2156 14.65 9690 646 7.53HE 320 B 127 161.3 320 300 11.5 20.5 30820 1926 13.82 9239 615.9 7.57HE 360 A 112 142.8 350 300 10 17.5 33090 1891 15.22 7887 525.8 7.43HE 340 A 105 133.5 330 300 9.5 16.5 27690 1678 14.4 7436 495.7 7.46

    HE 320 A 97.6 124.4 310 300 9 15.5 22930 1479 13.58 6985 465.7 7.49HE 260 B 93 118.4 260 260 10 17.5 14920 1148 11.22 5135 395 6.58HE 240 B 83.2 106 240 240 10 17 11260 938.3 10.31 3923 326.9 6.08HE 280 A 76.4 97.26 270 280 8 13 13670 1013 11.86 4763 340.2 7HE 220 B 71.5 91.04 220 220 9.5 16 8091 735.5 9.43 2843 258.5 5.59HE 260 A 68.2 86.82 250 260 7.5 12.5 10450 836.4 10.97 3668 282.1 6.5HE 240 A 60.3 76.84 230 240 7.5 12 7763 675.1 10.05 2769 230.7 6

    HE 180 B 51.2 65.25 180 180 8.5 14 3831 425.7 7.66 1363 151.4 4.57HE 160 B 42.6 54.25 160 160 8 13 2492 311.5 6.78 889.2 111.2 4.05HE 140 B 33.7 42.96 140 140 7 12 1509 215.6 5.93 549.7 78.52 3.58HE 120 B 26.7 34.01 120 120 6.5 11 864.4 144.1 5.04 317.5 52.92 3.06HE 140 A 24.7 31.42 133 140 5.5 8.5 1033 155.4 5.73 389.3 55.62 3.52

    HE 100 B 20.4 26.04 100 100 6 10 449.5 89.91 4.16 167.3 33.45 2.53HE 100 A 16.7 21.24 96 100 5 8 349.2 72.76 4.06 133.8 26.76 2.51

    Note: Axes 1-1 and 2-2 are principal centroidal axes

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  • APPENDIX E Properties of Structural-Steel Shapes E3

    TABLE E-2 PROPERTIES OF EUROPEAN STANDARD BEAMS

    Mass Area Depth Widthper of of of

    Designation meter Section section section Thickness Strong axis 1-1 Weak axis 2-2

    G A h b tw tf I1 S1 r1 I2 S2 r2

    kg/m cm2 mm mm mm mm cm4 cm3 cm cm4 cm3 cm

    IPN 550 166 212 550 200 19 30 99180 3610 21.6 3490 349 4.02IPN 500 141 179 500 185 18 27 68740 2750 19.6 2480 268 3.72

    IPN 450 115 147 450 170 16.2 24.3 45850 2040 17.7 1730 203 3.43IPN 400 92.4 118 400 155 14.4 21.6 29210 1460 15.7 1160 149 3.13

    IPN 380 84 107 380 149 13.7 20.5 24010 1260 15 975 131 3.02IPN 360 76.1 97 360 143 13 19.5 19610 1090 14.2 818 114 2.9IPN 340 68 86.7 340 137 12.2 18.3 15700 923 13.5 674 98.4 2.8IPN 320 61 77.7 320 131 11.5 17.3 12510 782 12.7 555 84.7 2.67IPN 300 54.2 69 300 125 10.8 16.2 9800 653 11.9 451 72.2 2.56

    IPN 280 47.9 61 280 119 10.1 15.2 7590 542 11.1 364 61.2 2.45IPN 260 41.9 53.3 260 113 9.4 14.1 5740 442 10.4 288 51 2.32IPN 240 36.2 46.1 240 106 8.7 13.1 4250 354 9.59 221 41.7 2.2IPN 220 31.1 39.5 220 98 8.1 12.2 3060 278 8.8 162 33.1 2.02IPN 200 26.2 33.4 200 90 7.5 11.3 2140 214 8 117 26 1.87

    IPN 180 21.9 27.9 180 82 6.9 10.4 1450 161 7.2 81.3 19.8 1.71IPN 160 17.9 22.8 160 74 6.3 9.5 935 117 6.4 54.7 14.8 1.55IPN 140 14.3 18.3 140 66 5.7 8.6 573 81.9 5.61 35.2 10.7 1.4IPN 120 11.1 14.2 120 58 5.1 7.7 328 54.7 4.81 21.5 7.41 1.23IPN 100 8.34 10.6 100 50 4.5 6.8 171 34.2 4.01 12.2 4.88 1.07

    IPN 80 5.94 7.58 80 42 3.9 5.9 77.8 19.5 3.2 6.29 3 0.91

    Note: Axes 1-1 and 2-2 are principal centroidal axes

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  • E4 APPENDIX E Properties of Structural-Steel Shapes

    TABLE E-3 PROPERTIES OF EUROPEAN STANDARD CHANNELS

    Mass Area Depth Widthper of of of

    Designation meter Section section section Thickness Strong axis 1-1 Weak axis 2-2

    G A h b tw tf I1 S1 r1 I2 S2 r2 c

    kg/m cm2 mm mm mm mm cm4 cm3 cm cm4 cm3 cm cm

    UPN 400 71.8 91.5 400 110 14 18 20350 1020 14.9 846 102 3.04 2.65

    UPN 380 63.1 80.4 380 102 13.5 16 15760 829 14 615 78.7 2.77 2.38UPN 350 60.6 77.3 350 100 14 16 12840 734 12.9 570 75 2.72 2.4UPN 320 59.5 75.8 320 100 14 17.5 10870 679 12.1 597 80.6 2.81 2.6UPN 300 46.2 58.8 300 100 10 16 8030 535 11.7 495 67.8 2.9 2.7

    UPN 280 41.8 53.3 280 95 10 15 6280 448 10.9 399 57.2 2.74 2.53UPN 260 37.9 48.3 260 90 10 14 4820 371 9.99 317 47.7 2.56 2.36UPN 240 33.2 42.3 240 85 9.5 13 3600 300 9.22 248 39.6 2.42 2.23UPN 220 29.4 37.4 220 80 9 12.5 2690 245 8.48 197 33.6 2.3 2.14UPN 200 25.3 32.2 200 75 8.5 11.5 1910 191 7.7 148 27 2.14 2.01

    UPN 180 22 28 180 70 8 11 1350 150 6.95 114 22.4 2.02 1.92UPN 160 18.8 24 160 65 7.5 10.5 925 116 6.21 85.3 18.3 1.89 1.84UPN 140 16 20.4 140 60 7 10 605 86.4 5.45 62.7 14.8 1.75 1.75UPN 120 13.4 17 120 55 7 9 364 60.7 4.62 43.2 11.1 1.59 1.6UPN 100 10.6 13.5 100 50 6 8.5 206 41.2 3.91 29.3 8.49 1.47 1.55

    UPN 80 8.64 11 80 45 6 8 106 26.5 3.1 19.4 6.36 1.33 1.45

    Notes: 1. Axes 1-1 and 2-2 are principal centroidal axes2. The distance c is measured from the centroid to the back of the web3. For axis 2-2, the tabulated value of S is the smaller of the two section moduli for this axis

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  • APPENDIX E Properties of Structural-Steel Shapes E5

    TABLE E-4 PROPERTIES OF EUROPEAN EQUAL ANGLES

    Mass Areaper of

    Designation Thickness meter Section Axis 1-1 and Axis 2-2 Axis 3-3

    G A I S r c Imin rmin

    mm kg/m cm2 cm4 cm3 cm cm cm4 cm

    L 200 200 26 26 76.6 97.59 3560 252.7 6.04 5.91 1476 3.89L 200 200 22 22 65.6 83.51 3094 217.3 6.09 5.76 1273 3.9L 200 200 19 19 57.1 72.74 2726 189.9 6.12 5.64 1117 3.92L 180 180 20 20 53.7 68.35 2043 159.4 5.47 5.18 841.3 3.51

    L 180 180 19 19 51.1 65.14 1955 152.1 5.48 5.14 803.8 3.51L 200 200 16 16 48.5 61.79 2341 161.7 6.16 5.52 957.1 3.94L 180 180 17 17 46 58.66 1775 137.2 5.5 5.06 727.8 3.52L 180 180 15 15 40.9 52.1 1589 122 5.52 4.98 650.5 3.53

    L 160 160 17 17 40.7 51.82 1225 107.2 4.86 4.57 504.1 3.12L 160 160 15 15 36.2 46.06 1099 95.47 4.88 4.49 450.8 3.13L 180 180 13 13 35.7 45.46 1396 106.5 5.54 4.9 571.6 3.55L 150 150 15 15 33.8 43.02 898.1 83.52 4.57 4.25 368.9 2.93

    L 150 150 14 14 31.6 40.31 845.4 78.33 4.58 4.21 346.8 2.93L 150 150 12 12 27.3 34.83 736.9 67.75 4.6 4.12 302 2.94L 120 120 15 15 26.6 33.93 444.9 52.43 3.62 3.51 184.1 2.33L 120 120 13 13 23.3 29.69 394 46.01 3.64 3.44 162.2 2.34

    L 150 150 10 10 23 29.27 624 56.91 4.62 4.03 256 2.96L 140 140 10 10 21.4 27.24 504.4 49.43 4.3 3.79 206.8 2.76L 120 120 11 11 19.9 25.37 340.6 39.41 3.66 3.36 139.7 2.35L 100 100 12 12 17.8 22.71 206.7 29.12 3.02 2.9 85.42 1.94

    L 110 110 10 10 16.6 21.18 238 29.99 3.35 3.06 97.72 2.15L 100 100 10 10 15 19.15 176.7 24.62 3.04 2.82 72.64 1.95L 90 90 9 9 12.2 15.52 115.8 17.93 2.73 2.54 47.63 1.75L 90 90 8 8 10.9 13.89 104.4 16.05 2.74 2.5 42.87 1.76L 90 90 7 7 9.6 12.24 92.5 14.13 2.75 2.45 38.02 1.76

    Notes: 1. Axes 1-1 and 2-2 are centroidal axes parallel to the legs.2. The distance c is measured from the centroid to the back of the legs.3. For axes 1-1 and 2-2, the tabulated value of S is the smaller of the two section moduli for those axes.4. Axes 3-3 and 4-4 are principal centroidal axes.5. The moment of inertia for axis 3-3, which is the smaller of the two principal moments of inertia, can be found from the

    equation I33 Ar2min.

    6. The moment of inertia for axis 4-4, which is the larger of the two principal moments of inertia, can be found from theequation I44 I33 I11 I22.

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  • E6 APPENDIX E Properties of Structural-Steel Shapes

    Mass Areaper of

    Designation Thickness meter Section Axis 1-1 Axis 2-2 Axis 3-3 Angle a

    G A I S r d I S r c Imin rmin tan a

    mm kg/m cm2 cm4 cm3 cm cm cm4 cm3 cm cm cm4 cm

    L 200 100 14 14 31.6 40.28 1654 128.4 6.41 7.12 282

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