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AISC Properties Viewer

# AISC Properties Viewer

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AISC MEMBER DIMENSIONS AND PROPERTIES VIEWER
W, S, M, HP ShapesC, MC ShapesWT, ST, MT ShapesSingle AnglesDouble AnglesRectangular HSSY

Y Y

k1=1
Y

Y

Y
k=1.11 tf=0.505 tf=0.436 b=5 t=0.349bf=5.75 t=0.375y(bar)=1.07 x(bar)=0.854x(bar)=0.634tf=0.36d=5 t=0.375
X
d=23.6T
X
d=10
X X
d=3.5h=8
X
d=5.09
X
y(bar)=1.6tw=0.395 tw=0.24 tw=0.24 b=3.5(0, 3/8, or 3/4bf=7.01 bf=2.6 gap) b=6
W24x55C10x15.3WT5x11
L5x3-1/2x3/82L5x3-1/2x3/8SLBBHSS8x6x3/8
A =16.30
in.^2
A =4.48
in.^2
A =3.24
in.^2
d =5
in.
d =3.5
in.
h =8
in.
d =23.600
in.
d =10.000
in.
d =5.090
in.
b =3.5
in.
b =5
in.
b =6
in.
tw =0.395
in.
tw =0.240
in.
tw =0.240
in.
t =0.38
in.
t =0.38
in.
t =0.349
in.
bf =7.010
in.
bf =2.600
in.
bf =5.750
in.
k =0.8125
in.
k =0.8125
in.
wt./ft. =32.50
plf.
tf =0.505
in.
tf =0.436
in.
tf =0.360
in.
wt./ft. =10.40
plf.
wt./ft. =20.80
plf.
A =8.97
in.^2
T =20-3/4
in.
T =8
in.
k =0.6600
in.
A =3.05
in.^2
A =6.10
in.^2
Ix =79.10
in.^4
k =1.1100
in.
k =1.0000
in.
Ix =6.88
in.^4
Ix =7.75
in.^4
Ix =6.31
in.^4
Sx =19.80
in.^3
k1 =1.0000
in.
gage =1-1/2
in.
Sx =1.72
in.^3
Sx =2.28
in.^3
Sx =2.38
in.^3
rx =2.970
in.
gage =3-1/2
in.
0.634
in.
rx =1.460
in.
rx =1.590
in.
rx =1.020
in.
Iy =50.60
in.^4
rt =1.680
in.
eo =0.796
in.
y(bar) =1.070
in.
y(bar) =1.600
in.
y(bar) =0.854
in.
Sy =16.90
in.^3
d/Af =6.66d/Af =8.81Iy =5.71
in.^4
Iy =3.15
in.^4
2.260
in.
ry =2.380
in.
Ix =1360.00
in.^4
Ix =67.30
in.^4
Sy =1.99
in.^3
Sy =1.19
in.^3
2.390
in.
Zx =24.10
in.^3
Sx =115.00
in.^3
Sx =13.50
in.^3
ry =1.330
in.
ry =1.020
in.
2.540
in.
Zy =19.80
in.^3
rx =9.130
in.
rx =3.870
in.
J =0.119
in.^4
x(bar) =0.854
in.
2.56
in.
J =100.00
in.^4
Iy =29.10
in.^4
Iy =2.27
in.^4
Cw =0.11
in.^6
rz =0.755
in.
H =0.933Sy =8.30
in.^3
Sy =1.15
in.^3
a =
1.53
in.
0.486
Round HSS & Pipes
ry =1.340
in.
ry =0.711
in.
2.16
in.
J =0.15
in.^4
Y
Zx =135.00
in.^3
J =0.21
in.^4
H =0.830Cw =0.22
in.^6
Plates
t=0.322Zy =13.40
in.^3
Cw =45.5
in.^6
a =
1.94
in.
Y

J =1.24
in.^4
a =
23.74
in.
2.45
in.
t=0.375Cw =3870
in.^6
4.19
in.
H =---
X
O.D.=8.63
X
a =
89.89
in.
H =0.884b=12Wno =40.40
in.^2
I.D.=7.98Sw =35.70
in.^4
t =
0.38
in.
Qf =19.20
in.^3
b =
12
in.
PIPE8STD
Qw =65.90
in.^3
wt./ft. =15.31
plf.
O.D. =8.63
in.
A =4.500
in.^2
I.D. =7.98
in.
Ix =0.053
in.^4
t =0.322
in.
Sx =0.281
in.^3
wt./ft. =28.60
plf.
rx =0.108
in.
A =8.40
in.^2
Iy =54.000
in.^4
I =72.50
in.^4
Sy =9.000
in.^3
S =16.80
in.^3
ry =3.464
in.
r =2.940
in.
J =54.053
in.^4
J =145.00
in.^4
x
(bar)
=ry
(0)
=ry
(3/8)
=ry
(3/4)
=ro
(bar)
=TAN(
α
) =ro
(bar)
=ro
(bar)
=ro
(bar)
=

Reference:The shapes contained in this database are acompilation of those listed in the current AISC"Shapes Database" CD-ROM Version 3.0 (June,2001), as well as those listed in the AISC 9thEdition Manual of Steel Construction (1989).

NOMENCLATURE FOR AISC MEMBER PROPERTIES AND DIMENSIONS:
A =Cross-sectional area of member (in.^2)d =Overall depth of member, parallel to Y-axis (in.)Thickness of web of member (in.)Width of flange of member (in.)Thickness of flange of member (in.)T =Distance between fillets for wide-flange or channel shape (in.) = d-(2*k)k =Distance from outer face of flange to web toe of fillet (in.)Distance from web centerline to flange toe of fillet (in.)gage =Radius of gyration of compression flange plus 1/3 of compression web area, taken about an axis in plane of web (in.)Moment of inertia of member taken about X-axis (in.^4)Elastic section modulus of member taken about X-axis (in.^3)Moment of inertia of member taken about Y-axis (in.^4)Elastic section modulus of member taken about Y-axis (in.^3)Plastic section modulus of member taken about X-axis (in.^3)Plastic section modulus of member taken about Y-axis (in.^3)J =Torsional constant of member (in.^4)Warping constant (in.^6)a =E =Modulus of elasticity of steel = 29,000 ksiG =Shear modulus of elasticity of steel = 11,200 ksiNormalized warping function at a point at the flange edge (in.^2)Warping statical moment at a point on the cross section (in.^4)Statical moment for a point in the flange directly above the vertical edge of the web (in.^3)Statical moment at the mid-depth of the section (in.^3)Distance from outside face of web of channel shape to Y-axis (in.)x-coordinate of shear center with respect to the centroid of the section (in.)y-coordinate of shear center with respect to the centroid of the section (in.)H =LLBB =Long legs back-to-back for double anglesSLBB =Short legs back-to-back for double anglesSTD =Standard weight (Schedule 40) pipe sectionXS =Extra strong (Schedule 80) pipe sectionXXS =Double-extra strong pipe sectiont
w
=b
=t
=k
1
=Standard gage (bolt spacing) for member (in.)
(Note: gages for angles are available by viewing comment box at cell K18.)
t
=d/A
=Ratio of of total depth of member to area of compression flange of member = d/(b
*t
)I
x
=S
x
=
x
x
/A)I
y
=S
y
=
y
y
/A)Z
x
=Z
y
=C
w
=Torsional property, a = SQRT(E*C
w
/G*J)W
no
=S
w
=Q
=Q
w
=x
(bar)
=e
o
=Horizontal distance from the outer edge of a channel web to its shear center (in.) = (approx.) t
*(d-t
)^2*(b
-t
w
/2)^2/(4*I
x
)-t
w
/2x
o
=y
o
=
o(bar)
o
^2+y
o
^2+(I
x
+I
y
)/A)Flexural constant, H = 1-(x
o
^2+y
o
^2)/r
o(bar)
^2)