Aluminum Structures: A Guide to Their Specifications and by J. Randolph Kissell;Robert L. Ferry

By J. Randolph Kissell;Robert L. Ferry

Technical assistance and proposal for designing aluminum structuresAluminum buildings, moment version demonstrates how robust, light-weight, corrosion-resistant aluminum opens up a complete new global of layout percentages for engineering and structure execs. Keyed to the revised Specification for Aluminum buildings of the 2000 variation of the Aluminum layout handbook, it offers quickly look-up tables for layout calculations; examples of lately outfitted aluminum structures-from constructions to bridges; and a comparability of aluminum to different structural fabrics, rather metal.

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Heating to 225ЊF to 350ЊF [110ЊC to 180ЊC] causes all the softening to occur at once and, thus, is used as the stabilization heat treatment. Before tempering, alloys begin in the annealed condition, the weakest but most ductile condition. Tempering, while increasing the strength, decreases ductility and, therefore, decreases workability. Strain hardening is achieved by mechanical deformation of the material at ambient temperature. In the case of sheet and plate, this is done by reducing its thickness by rolling.

In. and Over (Eccentricity) All Except Those Covered by Column 3 ➃ Completely ➄ Wall Thickness Allowable Deviation from Specified Dimension Where 75 Percent or More of The Dimension is Metal ➈ ➉ Metal Dimensions Alloys 5083 5086 5454 ࠗ 11 Other Alloys Col. 624 Inches from Base of Leg Alloys 5083 5086 5454 ࠗ 11 Other Alloys Col. 249 Inches from Base of Leg Alloys 5083 5086 5454 ࠗ 11 Other Alloys Col. 499 Inches from Base of Leg Alloys 5083 5086 5454 ࠗ 11 Other Alloys Col. 999 Inches from Base of Leg Alloys 5083 5086 5454 ࠗ 11 Other Alloys Col.

741 .. 123 .. .. 875 .. 815 .. 407 Max. 302 Nom. 123 .. .. 123 .. .. Max. 219 Min. 250 Nom. 160 Nom. 675 Max. 660 Nom. 1 37 5 10 40 80 160 5 10 40 80 5 10 40 80 120 160 5 10 40 80 120 160 5 10 40 80 120 160 3 3–21 4 5 6 .. 672 .. 409 .. 31 .. 135 .. .. 151 .. .. 151 .. .. 625 .. 135 .. 135 .. .. 1 Max. ➁ ➂ .. 90 .. 78 Nom. 65 Max. 166 .. .. .. .. .. 186 .. .. .. Min. 629 Nom. 719 Nom. 750 5 10 20 30 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 5 10 20 30 40 60 80 100 Weight per Foot (lb) Max. ) Nom. 202 ..

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