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Handbook of Quick Check of Common Steel Weights Second Edition Published: 2016
Introduction The book "Quick Reference Manual for Common Steel Weights (2nd Edition)" is divided into the theoretical weight of steel and its calculation; ordinary steels; special steels and special steels; steel for reinforcement; steel plates and strips; steel pipes; steel wires and wire ropes. This book is based on the current national standards and industry standards. The "prestressed concrete steel wire rope" GB / T 5223-2014, the "stranded wire for prestressed concrete" GB / T 5224-2014, and "welded steel pipes for low-pressure fluid transport" GB / T 3091-2015 and other current and practical contents are incorporated into the Manual.
table of Contents
1 Theoretical weight of steel and its calculation 1.1 Basic formula for calculating the theoretical weight of steel 1.2 Steps for calculating the theoretical weight of steel 1.3 Common formula for calculating the theoretical weight of steel 1.3.1 Theoretical weight calculation for steel unit length 1.3.2 The formula for theoretical weight calculation for steel unit length 1.4 Theoretical weights in standard or material manuals
1.4.2 Steel plates and strips
2 Ordinary steel 2.1 Hot rolled round steel (GB / T 702—2008)
2.2 Hot rolled square steel (GB / T 702-2008)
2.3 Forged round steel (GB / T 908-2008)
2.4 Forged square steel (GB / T 908-2008)
2.5 Hot-rolled hexagon steel (GB / T 702-2008)
2.6 Hot rolled octagonal steel (GB / T 702-2008)
2.7 Hot-rolled flat steel (GB / T 702-2008)
2.7.1 Hot-rolled flat steel with a thickness of 3-18mm 2.7.2 Hot-rolled flat steel with a thickness of 20-60mm 2.8 Forged flat steel (GB / T 908-2008)
2.8.1 Forged flat steel with a thickness of 20 ~ 70mm 2.8.2 Forged flat steel with a thickness of 75 ~ 160mm 2.9 Hot-rolled I-beam (GB / T 706-2008)
2.10 Hot-rolled H-beams and some T-beams (GB / T 11263-2010)
2.10.1 H-shaped steel HW with wide flange
2.10.2 Middle flange H-beam HM
2.10.3 H-beam HN with narrow flange
2.10.4 Thin-wall H-beam HT
2.10.5 Wide flange split T-beam TW
2.10.6 Middle Flange Split T-BeamTM
2.10.7 T-steel TN with narrow flange
2.11 Welding H-beams (YB 3301-2005)
2.12 High-frequency welding of thin-walled H-section steel for structures (JG / T 137—2007)
2.12.1 Ordinary high-frequency welding thin-walled H-shaped steel 2.12.2 Hemming high-frequency welding thin-walled H-shaped steel 2.13 Hot-rolled channel steel (GB / T 706-2008)
2.14 Hot-rolled equilateral angle steel (GB / T 706-2008)
2.15 Hot-rolled unequal angle steel (GB / T 706-2008)
2.16 Stainless steel hot-rolled equilateral angle steel (YB / T 5309—2006)
3 Special-shaped steel, special-shaped steel 3.1 Hot-rolled steel for elevator guide rail (YB / T 157—1999)
3.2 Hot-rolled L-shaped steel (GB / T 706-2008)
3.3 Hot rolled rails for railways (GB 2585—2007)
3.4 Crane rails (YB / T 5055-2014)
3.5 Hot Rolled Light Rail (GB / T 11264—2012)
3.5.1 Light rail section size, theoretical weight 3.5.2 18kg / m, 24kg / m light rail section size, theoretical weight 3.6 General cold-formed open section steel (GB / T 6723-2008)
3.6.1 Cold-formed equilateral angle steel 3.6.2 Cold-formed equilateral angle steel 3.6.3 Cold-formed equilateral channel steel 3.6.4 Cold-formed equilateral channel steel 3.6.5 Cold-formed inner coiled channel steel 3.6.6 Cold Outside-curled channel steel 3.6.7 Cold-formed Z-shaped steel 3.6.8 Cold-formed coiled Z-shaped steel 3.7 Cold-formed hollow section steel for structure (GB / T 6728—2002)
3.7.1 Round hollow section steel 3.7.2 Square hollow section steel 3.7.3 Rectangular hollow section steel 3.8 Cold-formed steel for guardrail corrugated beam (YB / T 4081—2007)
3.9 Cold-formed corrugated steel sheet (YB / T 5327—2006)
3.10 Hot-rolled U-shaped steel for mine roadway support (GB / T 4697—2008)
4 Steel for reinforcement 4.1 Hot-rolled wire rod (GB / T 14981—2009)
4.2 Hot rolled round steel bars for reinforced concrete (GB 1499.1—2008)
4.3 Hot rolled ribbed steel bars for reinforced concrete (GB 1499.2—2007)
4.4 Welded wire mesh for reinforced concrete (GB 1499.3—2010)
4.4.1 Standard reinforced welded wire mesh for bridge deck 4.4.2 Standard reinforced welded wire mesh for construction 4.5 Remaining heat treated steel bars for reinforced concrete (GB 13014-2013)
4.6 Cold-rolled ribbed steel bars (GB 13788—2008)
4.7 Steel rods for prestressed concrete (GB / T 5223.3—2005)
4.8 Rebar for prestressed concrete (GB / T 20065—2006)
4.9 Steel wire for prestressed concrete (GB / T 5223-2014)
4.10 Low alloy steel wire for prestressed concrete (YB / T 038-1993)
4.11 Steel wire for medium-strength prestressed concrete (YB / T 156-1999, 2006 edition)
4.12 Cold drawn low carbon steel wire for concrete products (JC / T 540—2006) 158
4.13 Zinc-5% aluminum-mixed rare earth alloy coated steel wire and steel stranded wire (GB / T 20492-2006)
4.14 Steel stranded wire for prestressed concrete (GB / T 5224-2014)
4.15 High-strength low-relaxation prestressed hot-dip galvanized steel stranded wire (YB / T 152—1999)
5 Steel plates and strips 5.1 Theoretical weight of steel plates and strips per unit area 5.2 Thin steel plates 5.2.1 Thin steel plates with a width of 600 to 1000 mm 5.2.2 Thin steel plates with a width of 1050 to 1450 mm 5.2.3 Thin steel plates with a width of 1500 to 2000 mm 5.3 Thick steel plate 5.3.1 Medium-thick steel plate with a width of 650 to 1250mm 5.3.2 Medium-thick steel plate with a width of 1400-2300mm 5.3.3 Medium-thick steel plate with a width of 2400-3800mm 5.4 Steel strip 5.4.1 Steel strip with a width of 1-11mm 5.4. 2 Steel strip with a width of 12 to 22 mm 5.4.3 Steel strip with a width of 23 to 60 mm 5.4.4 Steel strip with a width of 65 to 115 mm 5.4.5 Steel strip with a width of 120 to 200 mm 5.5 Stainless steel plate 5.5.1 Theoretical weight calculation method 5.5. 2 Basic weight of stainless steel plate with thickness of 1mm and area of 1m2 5.6 Hot-rolled pattern steel plate and steel strip (YB / T 4159—2007)
6 Steel pipes 6.1 Ordinary seamless steel pipes (GB / T 17395—2008)
6.1.1 Ordinary seamless steel pipes with a wall thickness of 0.25 to 0.80 mm 6.1.2 Ordinary seamless steel pipes with a wall thickness of 1.0 to 1.8 mm 6.1.3 Ordinary seamless steel pipes with a wall thickness of 2.0 to 3.2 mm 6.1.4 Wall thickness of 3.5 to 6.0 Ordinary seamless steel pipe with a thickness of 6.30 mm Ordinary seamless steel pipe with a thickness of 6.3 to 9.0 mm 6.1.6 Ordinary seamless steel pipe with a wall thickness of 9.5 to 14 mm 6.1.7 Ordinary seamless steel pipe with a wall thickness of 15 to 20 mm 6.1.8 Wall Ordinary seamless steel pipe with a thickness of 22 ~ 30mm 6.1.9 Ordinary seamless steel pipe with a wall thickness of 32 ~ 42mm 6.1.10 Ordinary seamless steel pipe with a wall thickness of 45 ~ 65mm 6.1.11 Ordinary seamless steel pipe with a wall thickness of 70 ~ 95mm 6.1. 12 Ordinary seamless steel pipes with a wall thickness of 100 ~ 120mm 6.2 Precision seamless steel pipes (GB / T 17395—2008)
6.2.1 Precision seamless steel pipes with a wall thickness of 0.5 ~ 2.0mm 6.2.2 Precision seamless steel pipes with a wall thickness of 2.2 ~ 4.5mm 6.2.3 Precision seamless steel pipes with a wall thickness of 5 ~ 10mm 6.2.4 Precision seamless steel pipe 6.3 Stainless steel seamless steel pipe (GB / T 17395—2008)
6.3.1 Size of stainless steel seamless steel pipe with wall thickness of 1.0 ~ 4.0mm 6.3.2 Size of stainless steel seamless steel pipe with wall thickness of 4.5 ~ 11mm 6.3.3 Size of stainless steel seamless steel pipe with wall thickness of 12 ~ 28mm 6.3.4 Density of stainless steel 6.3. 5 Theoretical weight calculation method of stainless steel seamless steel pipe 6.4 Ordinary welded steel pipe (GB / T 21835—2008)
6.4.1 Ordinary welded steel pipe with a wall thickness of 0.5 to 1.9 mm 6.4.2 Ordinary welded steel pipe with a wall thickness of 2.0 to 3.6 mm 6.4.3 Ordinary welded steel pipe with a wall thickness of 3.8 to 6.02 mm 6.4.4 Ordinary welded steel pipe with a wall thickness of 6.3 to 10.31 mm Welded steel pipe 6.4.5 Ordinary welded steel pipe with wall thickness 11 ~ 19.05mm 6.4.6 Ordinary welded steel pipe with wall thickness 20 ~ 30.96mm 6.4.7 Ordinary welded steel pipe with wall thickness 32 ~ 65mm 6.5 Precision welded steel pipe (GB / T 21835— 2008)
6.5.1 Precision welded steel pipes with a wall thickness of 0.5 to 3.5 mm 6.5.2 Precision welded steel pipes with a wall thickness of 4.0 to 14 mm 6.6 Stainless steel welded steel pipes (GB / T 21835—2008)
6.6.1 Stainless steel welded steel pipe with wall thickness 0.3 ~ 2.2mm 6.6.2 Stainless steel welded steel pipe with wall thickness 2.5 ~ 5.5mm 6.6.3 Stainless steel welded steel pipe with wall thickness 6.0 ~ 12mm 6.6.4 Stainless steel welded steel pipe with wall thickness 14 ~ 28mm 6.6.5 Stainless steel Calculation method of theoretical weight of welded steel pipe 6.7 Carbon structural steel wire sleeve (YB / T 5305—2008)
6.8 Welded steel pipes for low-pressure fluid transportation (GB / T 3091-2015)
6.8.1 Calculation method of theoretical weight of welded steel pipe for low-pressure fluid transport 6.8.2 Steel pipe with an outer diameter not greater than 219.1mm 6.8.3 The nominal outer diameter and wall thickness of a steel pipe with an outer diameter greater than 219.1mm meet the requirements of GB / T 21835-2008 6.8 .4 The theoretical weight per unit length of galvanized steel pipe is calculated according to the formula 6.8.5 Weight coefficient of galvanized layer 300g / m2 6.8.6 Weight coefficient of galvanized layer 500g / m2 6.9 Electric welded steel pipe for mining fluid transportation (GB / T 14291 —2006)
6.10 Submerged arc welded steel pipes for general fluid transportation pipelines (SY / T 5037—2012)
6.10.1 Calculation method of theoretical weight of submerged arc welded steel pipes for general fluid transportation pipelines 6.10.2 Steel pipes with nominal wall thickness of 5 to 8.8mm 6.10.3 Steel pipes with nominal wall thickness of 10 to 20mm 6.11 Straight seam height for general fluid transportation pipelines Frequency-welded steel pipe (SY / T 5038—2012)
6.12 Welded steel pipes for general structure (SY / T 5768—2006)
6.12.1 Steel pipes with a nominal wall thickness of 2 to 6mm 6.12.2 Steel pipes with a nominal wall thickness of 6.3 to 16mm
7 Steel wire and wire rope 7.1 Cold drawn round steel wire (GB / T 342—1997)
7.2 Cold drawn square steel wire (GB / T 342-1997)
7.3 Cold-drawn hexagonal steel wire (GB / T 342-1997)
7.4 Steel wire for building cables (CJ 3077-1998)
7.5 Hot-dip galvanized steel wire for bridge cables (GB / T 17101-2008)
7.6 Important use steel wire rope (GB 8918—2006)
7.6.1 Group 6 × 7 steel wire rope 7.6.2 Group 2 6 × 19 steel wire rope 7.6.3 Group 2 6 × 19 and Group 3 6 × 37 steel wire rope 7.6.4 Group 4 8 × 19 Class 7 steel wire rope 7.6.5 Group 4 8 × 19 and Group 5 8 × 37 steel wire rope 7.6.6 Group 6 18 × 7 steel wire rope 7.6.7 Group 8 34 × 7 steel wire rope 7.6.8 Group 9 35W × 7 type steel wire rope 7.6.9 Group 10 6V × 7 type steel wire rope 7.6.10 Group 11 6V × 19 type steel wire rope-1
7.6.11 Group 11 6V × 19 steel wire rope-2
7.6.12 Group 11 6V × 19 and Group 12 6V × 37 steel ropes 7.6.13 Group 12 6V × 37 steel ropes 7.6.14 Group 13 4V × 39 steel ropes 7.6.15 Group 14 6Q × 19 + 6V × 21 type steel wire rope 7.7 Compacted wire rope (YB / T 5359—2010)
7.7.1 6 × K7 type 7.7.2 6 × K19 6 × K36 type 7.7.3 8 × K19 8 × K36 type 7.7.4 15 × K7 16 × K7 type 7.7.5 18 × K7 18 × K19 type 7.7.6 35 (W) × K7 type 7.7.7 8 × K19-PWRC (K) 8 × K36-PWRC (K) type 7.8 sealed steel wire rope (YB / T 5295—2010)
7.8.1 Passenger ropeway sealing rope-1
7.8.2 Passenger ropeway sealing rope-2
7.8.3 Passenger ropeway sealing rope-3
7.8.4 Passenger ropeway sealing rope-4
7.8.5 Passenger ropeway sealing rope-5
7.8.6 Sealing rope for other purposes-1
7.8.7 Other uses sealing rope-2
7.8.8 Sealing rope for other purposes-3
7.8.9 Other uses sealing rope-4
7.8.10 Seal rope for other purposes-5
7.8.11 Other uses sealing rope-6
7.9 Stainless steel wire rope (GB / T 9944-2002)
7.10 Galvanized Steel Stranded Wire (YB / T 5004-2012)
Appendix Appendix 1 Carbon structural steel (GB / T 700—2006)
Appendix 2 Low-alloy high-strength structural steel (GB / T 1591—2008)
Appendix 3 Weather-resistant structural steel (GB / T 4171—2008)
Appendix 4 High-quality carbon structural steel (GB / T 699-1999)
Appendix 5 Structural steel for bridges (GB / T 714-2015)

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