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Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden. I am reviewing a set of structural drawings that call for cold formed light gauge steel to be stainless steel conforming to the ASTM spec A Grade A.
ASTM A Steel, grade A
That being said, what if any ASTM spec should be called-out and followed for stainless steel cold-formed light gauge steel members? This is for an exterior use open structure made up of studs, tracks, joists, etc.
I am familiar with the A spec for most applications, but obviously not familiar with light gauge stainless steel. Any assistance in this matter is greatly appreciated as always. ASTM A was for galvanized steel too, not asmt. From the lists of ASTMs, it aztm that light gauge stainless steel is either not very common or not even made?
Sstm looks like most of the ASTM types for stainless steel are for structural steel shapes, nuts, bolts, etc. It would appear possible to fabricate, but I need to know if it is even commonly made? What are you calling light gauge?
However, that does not mean that anyone sells 38 gauge sheet. Atm am sure that 16 gauge 0. A covers sheet finish, flatness etc. A covers similar topics for textured stainless steel. Light gauge stainless steel is quite common. ASTM A covers sheet and strip product forms, with thicknesses considerably less than 0.
This is a similar standard to ASTM Ameaning that they both cover sheet astmm strip steel in coil form.
astm a446 zinc coated cold rolled
This coil material is then introduced as the raw material for manufacturing process like stamping or roll forming in order to produce the desired part shape. As far as what I mean by “Light Gauge” The ASTM A appears to include this type of steel, however, there is a note in the abstract searching q446.
I don’t have the full copy of course that states that testing for specific yielding and such mechanical properties is needed for the application at hand.
A44 there places I could find test results and mechanical properties for stainless steel members under these specs for design purposes? Should this be the ASTM listed on the drawings for this application, or should it be more specific?
Here is some data from one supplier awtm stainless steel strip: Red Flag This Post Please let us know here why this post is inappropriate.
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