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1.5 - Is 808 Channel Sections

1.5 - Is 808 Channel Sections

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IS 808 : 1989
(Reaffirmed1999)Edition4.1(1992-07)
 Indian Standard
DIMENSIONS FOR HOT ROLLED STEELBEAM, COLUMN, CHANNEL AND ANGLE SECTIONS
( Third Revision )
(Incorporating Amendment No.1)UDC 669.14-423.2-122.4:006.78 ©BIS2002
B U R E A UO FI N D I A NS T A N D A R D S
MANAK 
 
BHAVAN
,
9
 
BAHADUR
 
SHAH
 
ZAFAR
 
MARGNEW
 
DELHI
 
110002
Price Group 7
 
Structural Sections Sectional Committee, SMDC 6
FOREWORD
This Indian Standard (Third Revision) was adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standardson6April1989, after the draft finalized by the Structural Sections Sectional Committee had beenapproved by the Structural and Metals Division Council.Under the steel economy programme, a rational, efficient and economical series of IndianStandards on beam sections, channel sections and angle sections was evolved in 1957 andIS808:1957 was published covering junior, light weight, medium weight, wide flange and heavyweight beam sections; junior, light weight and medium weight channel sections and equal andunequal leg angle sections. This standard was revised in 1964.In the second revision of this standard, parts relating to medium weight beam sections — MBseries, column sections — SC series, channel sections — MC and MCP series and equal andunequal leg angles were revised and published as Parts 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6 of IS 808, respectively.Sections not covered in these parts, however continued in IS 808:1964.In the present revision, the Sectional Committee felt it convenient to merge all the five parts intoone standard. The sections which were retained in IS 808:1964 subsequent to its second revisionin five parts are included in this standard with a view that these sections although not being rolledin the country at present may in future be rolled owing to their efficiency and resultant economy inthe use of steel. However, the designers are advised to check from JPC/producers regardingavailability of such sections.Following additional modifications have been affected in this revision:a)Medium weight beam sections MB 100 having the flange width and web thickness of 70mmand 4.5mm, respectively, has been modified to 50mm flange width and 4.7mm webthickness;b)Two sections, namely, BFB 150 and RSJ 200 which are mainly used in railway electrificationhave been included as SC 150 and WB 200, respectively;c)Additional equal leg angles 60 60×4, 100 100×7 (in place of 100 100×6.5), and 130 130×9have been included in the supplimentary list;d)Amendments issued so far to the various parts of the standard and to IS 808:1964 have beenincorporated; ande)Mass, area and other sectional properties have been expressed in three significant places.This edition 4.1 incorporates Amendment No. 1 (July 1992). Side bar indicates modification of thetext as the result of incorporation of the amendment.
 
IS 808 : 1989
1
 Indian Standard
DIMENSIONS FOR HOT ROLLED STEELBEAM, COLUMN, CHANNEL AND ANGLE SECTIONS
( Third Revision )
1 SCOPE
This standard covers the nominal dimensions,mass and sectional properties of hot rolledsloping flange beam and column sections,sloping and parallel flange channel sectionsand equal and unequal leg angle sections.
2 REFERENCES
The Indian StandardIS 1852:1985 Rolled andcutting tolerances for hot rolled steel products(
 fourth revision
)’ is a necessary adjunct to thisstandard.
SECTION 1GENERAL3 TERMINOLOGY3.1
Y-Y 
Axis
 A line parallel to the axis of the web of thesection (in the case of beams and channels) orparallel to the axis of the longer flange (in thecase of unequal angles) or either flange (in thecase of equal angles) and passing through thecentre of gravity of the profile of the section.
3.2
 X-X 
Axis
 A line passing through the centre of gravity of the profile of the section, and at right angles tothe
Y-Y 
axis.
3.3
U-U 
and
V-V 
Axes
Lines passing through the centre of gravity of the profile of the section, representing theprincipal axes of angle sections.
4 SYMBOLS4.1
Letter symbols used in this standard havebeen indicated appropriately in Sections 2 to 6.More explicit definitions for certain symbols,used in the figures and tables of Sections 2 to 6are given in
4.1.1
and
4.1.2.4.1.1
 
 Symbols for Dimensions
4.2.2
 
 Symbols for Sectional Properties A, B
=the longer and the shorter leg lengthof angle section, respectively;
 B
=flange width of beam, column orchannel sections;
 D
=depth of beam, column or channelsection;
 R
1
=radius at fillet or root;
 R
2
=radius at toe;
t
=thickness of web of beam, column orchannel section; thickness of leg of angle section; and
=thickness of flange of beam, columnor channel section.
a
=sectional area,C
 
(with subscripts
 x
,
y
,
u
or
v
)=distance of centre of gravity,
C
x
=
 A
 e
x
,
C
y
=
 B
 e
y
,
 e
x
=distance of extreme fibre from
 X-X 
axis,
 e
y
=distance of extreme fibre from
Y-Y 
axis,
 I 
x
=moment of inertia about
 X-X 
axis,
 I 
y
=moment of inertia about
Y-Y 
axis,
 I 
u
=moment of inertia (
 Max
) about
U-U 
axis,
 I 
 v
=moment of inertia (
 Min
) about
V-V 
axis,
 M 
=mass of the section per metre length,
 Z
x
==modulus of section about
 X-X 
axis,
 Z
y
==modulus of section about
Y-Y 
axis,
r
x
==radius of gyration about
 X-X 
axis,
 I 
x
 e
x
-----
 I 
y
 e
y
-----
 I 
x
a
-----

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