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HOLLOWSTEELSECTIONSFOR STRUCTURALUSE-SPECIFICATION
( Second Revision

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77.140.75

OBIS 1997

BUREAU OF MANAK BHAVAN,
September 1997

INDIAN

STANDARDS
MARG

9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR NEW DELHI 110002

Price Group

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Steel Tubes. In view of the recent developments in the use of hollow steel sections for structural use. c) References have been updated. observed or calculated. expressing the result of a test or analysis. the final value. d) Various clauses have been aligned with the present practice being followed. after the draft finalized by the Steel Tubes. Pipes and Fittings Sectional Committee had been approved by the Metallurgical Engineering Division Council. MTD 19 FOREWORD This Indian Standard (Second Revision) was adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards. For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with. This standard was first published in 1968 and was revised in 1985. Pipes and Fittings Sectional Committee. b) Table 2 has been modified to cover sizes of rectangular hollow sections presently being used in the country. . The number of significant places retained in the rounded off value should be the same as that of the specified value in this standard. shall be rounded off in accordance with IS 2 : 1960 ‘Rules for rounding off numerical values (revised)‘. the committee decided to revise this standard incorporating the following main modifications : a) Table 1 has been modified to cover sizes of square hollow sections presently being used.

1 Black Section Section as manufactured.2 Exact Length Specified length of a single section as mentioned by the purchaser. .2 Tubes for forming into square and rectangular hollow sections shall be manufactured by one of the following processes : a) Seamless. or c) Electric resistance or induction welded.90 mm thickness is designated as 50 x 50 x 2. 2 REFERENCES The following Indian Standards adjuncts to this standard: IS No.3 Random Length Normal manufacturing lengths which mayvary over a range of several metres. A hot formed rectangular hollow sectional with outside dimensions of 40 mm depth. shall show not more than 0.1 This standard covers the requirements for hot and cold formed square and rectangular hollow steel sections for structural use. 3.4 Section When used without qualification it refers to one length of square or rectangular hollow section covered by this specification. SECTION 1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 6 MANUFACTURE but without any 6. NOTE‘Ihe copper bearing steel may be used in manufacturing the sections subject to mutual agreement between the manufacturer and the purchaser.1 The hollow sections shall be manufactured from steel made by any approved process which. 3.SPECIFICATION 1 SCOPE 1. cast iron and plain carbon and low alloy steels General requirements for the supply of metallurgical materials (second revision) Mechanical testing of metals Tensile testing (second revision) a) A hot formed square hollow section with outside dimensions of 50 mm square and 2.1 For the purpose of the standard. b) Hot finished welded.1 A hollow section shall be designated by its outside dimensions and its thickness in millimetres and shall be further classified into CF or HF depending upon whether it is cold formed or hot formed. A cold formed square hollow section with outside dimensions of 50 mm square and 2. b) 1387 : 1993 1608 : 1995 Cl 3 TERMINOLOGY 3. 7 BASIS OF CALCULATION 7. In case of dispute the procedure given in IS 228 and its relevant parts shall be the referee method. 3.1. 228 are necessary 5 DESIGNATION 5.0 For the purpose of this standard.90 mm thickness is designated as 50 x 50 x 2.050 percent of phosphorus.IS 4923 : 1997 Indian Standard HOLLOW STEEL SECTIONS FOR STRUCTURAL USE . For calculating cross1 4 SUPPLY OF MATERIAL 4.90 HF SHS.35 percent.1 The analysis of steel shall be carried out either by the methods specified in IS 228 and its relevant parts or any other established instrumental/chemical method.785 kg/cm* per metre run. 25 mm breadth and 2. the weights are calculated on the basis that steel weighs 0. 6. the following definitions shall apply. Examples: Title Methods of chemical analysis of pig iron. a length range agreed to between the manufacturer and the purchaser.65 mm thickness is designated as 40 x 25 x 2.20 to 0.65 HF RHS. Copper content to range between 0. 3. subsequent surface treatment. 6.050 percent of sulphur and not more than 0.90 CF SHS.1 General requirements relating to the supply of steel hollow sections shall conform to IS 1387. Alternatively.

1 Each hollow section shall have the name of the manufacturer and size designation suitably marked on it.5 percent 2) Seamless tubes . a label containing the particulars may be attached to a bundle of hollow sections. For tubes in mill straightened condition l/ZlOth of any length at the centre of the length.1 The use of the Standard Mark is governed by the provisions of Bureau of Indian Standard Act. 12.1 The following tolerances shall be permitted on hot formed hollow sections : a) Thickness for all sizes f 10 percent 1) Welded tubes + 17. 12 MARKING 12. if so agreed between the purchaser and the supplier.5 percent -tl percent of b) Outside dimensions of sides length of the side to be measured with a minimum of + 0.1 The tubes shall be supplied either in finish straightened or mill straightened condition as agreed to between the purchaser and the manufacturer for which maximum deviation from straightness shall be as under. 1 MEASUREMENTOF TWISTOF SQUARE AND RECTANGULAR SECTIONS 10 OILING AND PAINTING 10. 9 STRAIGHTNESS AND TWIST 9. 2 13.1 Other particulars required by the purchaser may be suitably-marked as mutually agreed. 11 PACKING 11. it shall be agreed to between the purchaser and the manufacturer. soft wire or straps. 9. 1986 and the rules and regulations made there under the details of conditions under which the licence for the use of the Standard Mark may be granted to manufacturers or producers may be obtained from the Bureau of Indian Standards. V = Total measuredtwistin millimetres. SECTION 2 SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR HOT FORMED SECTIONS 13 TOLERANCES t r ma = Maximum permittedoutsidecomer radiusin mm. 8 DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS 8.2 BIS Certification Marking Hollow sections Standard Mark. be secured together by rope.12.5 mm C> Weight + 10 percent 1) On individual length .1 Where hollow sections are to be bundled for transport.8 percent +.7. unless otherwise specified. may also be marked with the 12. The tolerances on twist shall be 2 mm plus 0. may where L 4 Radii of corners Outside is the thickness of section Length 9 1) Exact length &6mm 2) Random length This may be obtained bY arrangement between the purchaser and manufacturer 14 MECHANICAL TESTS 14. these shall. 12. FIG. If other packing is required.1 Hollow sections may be varnished painted or oiled externally.1 The standard sizes and weights of hollow sections with other geometrical properties shall be as given in Tables 1 and 2 (see pages 5 and 6).2 Twist shall be measured for square and rectangular sections as given in Fig. . 1.1. corner radii have taken into consideration (see Annex A). Sizes ot’her than those given in Tables 1 and 2 may be supplied by mutual agreement between the supplier and the purchaser.5 percent 2) On lots of 10 tonnes Squareness of corner !Xl”+2” d) 3 t.IS 4923 : 1997 sectional area and weight per unit length.5 mm/m measured in accordance with the figure.2.1 One tensile test shall be carried out for each batch of 500 hollow sections. Alternatively. For tubes in finish straightened condition 1/6OOth of length at the centre of the length.

65 fi (whereA is the cross-sectional area of test specimen) shall be as in Table 3.IS 4923 : I!397 14.For welded tubes. 18. the strip tensile teat specimen shall not include the weld. of thickness should exclude the %‘he value shall he applicable for the smaller side of the rectangular section. Min. mPa Elongation.5 mm + 10 percent _ S nerCent f 7. percenf Min / ‘b5. MPa Elongauon. NOTE .1 Should any one of the rest pieces selected fail to pass the test specified under 14. Should the test pieces from either of these additional samples fail. Should the test pieces from either of these additional samples fail. Max where t is the thickness of the section 3 C) Weight 1) On individual lengths 2) On lots of 10 tonnes Squareness of corner d) 2) Radii of corners Outside 19. Min. welding or similar heating. 15 RETEST 15. the material represented b. 17 TOLERANCES 17. Should the test pieces from both of these additional samples pass.65 v=. YSt 210 Yst 240 &St 310 330 410 450 210 240 310 20 15 10 NOTE . Miin.T (where. percent. f) Length 1) Exact length 2) Random length Table 3 Tensile Properties of Hot Formed Sections Grade Tensile strength. the tensile properties would be as shown in Table 3. the material represented by the test samples shall be deemed as not complying with this standard. the tensile properties of cold formed sections and elongation percentage on a gauge length of 5. Should the test pieces from both these additional samples pass.4 20 15 10 16 CONDITION OF SUPPLY 16. SECTION 3 SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR COLD FORMED SECTIONS Table 4 Tensile Properties of Cold Formed Sections (Cluuse 18. the material shall be deemed to comply with the requirements of the test.1 Should any of the pieces selected fail to pass the test specified under 18. The section may also be stress relieved. YSt 210 YSt 240 YSt 310 19 RETEST 230 310 350 140 170 240 b) Outside dimensions of sides + 1 percent with a minimum of & 0. 18. annealed or normalized as agreed between manufacturer and purchaser.1 The following tolerances shall be permitted on cold formed hollow sections : + 10 percent a) Thickness all sizes NOTES I The measurement weld zone. two further samples shall be selected for testing in respect of each failure. the material shall be deemed to comply with the requirements of the test.4 and for Sizes A .3 If sections supplied in cold formed condition without any heat treatment are subjected to stress relieving. MPa 2 The height of the internal weld fin shall not exceed 60 percent of the wall thickness. annealting. Min. MPa Yield Stress. brazing. MPa Yield SW Min. the test samples shall be deemed as not complying with this standard.4 is the cross I sectional area of the section) shall be as in Table 4.1 The section shall be supplied in as welded condition.lu5l +6mm These may be obtained by arrangement between the purchaser and themanufacturer 18 MECHANICAL TESTS 18. Elongation on a gauge length of 5.1 One tensile test shall be carried out for each of 500 hollow sections.2 When tested in accordance with IS 1608. two further samples shall be selected for testing in respect of each failure.2) Grade Tensile Strength. under yst210 Yst 240 Yst 310 330 410 450 210 240 310 12 10 8 ‘IOver 25. Min.The tensile test piece should he taken excluding the side of the section on which the weld seam exists. .5 percent 90”*2” 3 t. mPa Yield Stress.2 When tested in accordance with IS 1608. the mechanical properties may be reduced at the heated parts as follows : Grade Tensile Strength.

Letter symbols denoting various dimensions are the same as those used in Tables 1 and 2. 4 .IS 4923 : 1997 ANNEX A ( Clause 7.1 ) GEOMETRICAL DATA OF HOLLOW SECTIONS SQUARE SECTION RECTANGULAR l----e incm2 SECTION Area of cross-section Weight (kg/m) ForX-Xaais: Moment of inertia = A = 2t[(B-4f) + (D-4t) + sxr] =w = 0.4 in cm2 Elastic modulus Plastic modulus Radius of gyration For Y.incm3 D t2 [9x(D-4t)+56t] incm3 =S x = r/2 (D-4Q2+t(B-4t)(D-f)+x Moment of inertia [MS Elastic modulus Plastic modulus .Z) +y2incm4 + 1 = SY = f/2(B-4t)2+t(D-4t)(B-t)+~[9x(B-4t)+56t]in~3 2 r !YRadius of gyration = Ry = v A in cm NOTE .y] +3nt2 [9n (B.785.Yaris : = 2 I[ - 21.

0 x 35.33 21.6 4.10 121.68 8.95 25.63 6.01 6.38 11.9 x 88.0 150.5 63.0 75.33 81.9 88.9 3.0 38.0 45.30 9.69 3.26 2.5 3.08 3.88 3.0 32.99 3.0 75.41 16.10 2.53 7.5 x 49.67 15.2 4.36 21.89 634.5 100.0 x 40.55 9.93 5.32 30.83 3.5 3.5 113.8 5.36 33.5 3.0 2.22 4.0 2.0 5.0 x 45.6 3.0 x 38.4 4.85 1.40 1.85 49.53 16.82 142.9 91.0 30.45 11.19 104.97 15.48 3.75 2.51 2.55 98.0 x 100.0 113.85 45.0 40.5 x 113.% 13.31 4.5 5.44 9.52 5.93 6.92 37.42 102.0 x 40.6 2.86 5.18 6.23 40.0 x 150.0 100.64 44.32 3.9 3.11 3.5 91.0 40.71 1.62 18.2 2.6 3.57 17.87 112.5 49.88 23.24 48.5 4.47 13.12 10.5 72.9 88.6 3.51 1.0 45.20 3.83 552.98 2.07 12.0 30.56 3.0 35.77 53.5 63.2 3.0 x 45.0 32.0 5.17 23.23 3.2 3.72 4.5 2-9 3.15 1.54 %.0 x 30.62 3.6 2.42 5.81 4.0 45.44 2.0 132.76 4.5 72.29 17.88 7.9 3.07 4.0 45.95 18.26 8.0 x 125.5 91.2 4.2 2.93 10.6 4.0 132.0 38.51 4.43 6.88 1.85 12.0 x 35.42 21.02 136.5 132.0 35.27 1.0 4.0 2.62 1.28 2260 24.13 38.41 2.5 3.18 8.76 33.89 0.0 35.0 x 38.92 7.30 1.10 1.2 4.15 2.89 3.38 4.0 38.0 88.0 x 75.26 26.0 4.0 88.63 19.0 6.12 6.5 100.0 x 38.91 5.66 3.0 12.8 5.03 1.0 4.27 54.80 6.0 150.8 3.0 72.07 34.2 3.0 x 12.98 9S2.96 3.9 x 88.5 113.79 80.0 x 38.59 4.12 1145.57 215.55 57.14 17.0 x 35.86 1.02 5.79 cm3 (9) 1.28 7.9 88.63 3.59 29.0 x 45.5 125.51 3.74 18.75 3.0 132.42 2.36 27.80 2.22 5.6 4.6 3.03 90.71 2.95 5.0 x 45.8 3.10 5.42 24.89 4.52 12.2 4.89 5.49 187.10 8.11 4.0 6.5 63.10 3.01 22.98 152.84 3.9 3.0 38.23 82.70 1.0 4.07 1.71 69.68 1.18 1.37 21.5 49.98 14.46 1.6 4.57 156.10 311.5 49.5 63.35 271.51 2.86 4.2 3.0 40.01 6.65 18.58 469.0 32.62 640.0 x 132.05 27.47 16.0 45.85 4.21 41.22 62.24 4.96 94.32 79.IS 4923: 1997 Table 1 Dimensions and Properties of Square Hollow Sections (Clause 8.39 3.00 47.2 4.5 x 63.0 38.10 20.67 11.0 6.2 4.87 4.0 4.63 23.5 4.4 6.0 125.42 4.0 6.95 14.17 3.0 100.79 56.0 30.9 3.79 4.0 x 45.0 30.88 5 .30 64.91 0.0 12.0 x 32.5 63.66 1.0 x 72.86 4.0 x 100.0 32.0 x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 2.0 132.2 3.0 125.0 2.41 1.30 4.5 x 49.29 3.38 1.74 19.0 75.9 3.60 12.36 1.5 x 63.35 48.0 32.54 5.12 106.0 75.2 4.0 150.0 x 75.75 2.0 38.0 132.2 4.6 3.0 2.45 4.69 1.0 x 32.68 3.0 x 75.0 35.14 1.2 4.0 x 25.40 cm4 (6) 1.0 45.38 2.41 15.97 5.0 2.61 4.6 4.5 x 49.20 3.87 2.46 41.0 40.6 4.52 3.31 75.98 2.79 2.5 x 91.0 49.0 72.0 100.0 5.30 ‘76.6 4.49 2.72 1.85 6.92 3.97 4.53 3.16 2.44 1.0 30.84 cm3 (8) 1.29 65.0 150.02 4.9 3.81 4.41 24.71 2B.01 8.01 11.13 5.31 8.6 2.2 4.83 8.0 2.51 2.35 4.64 2.0 mm (3) 2.5 91.97 182.00 66.77 5.38 1.0 x 100.60 130.0 75.9 91.0 38.8 5.85 14.0 4.4 6.0 6.64 1.19 4.48 1.59 10.4 6.5 63.0 2.03 3.46 3.0 6.9 88.5 49.92 17.69 18.82 5.43 1.0 x 132.5 x 113.0 38.10 77.99 15.81 505.0 x 40.22 5.5 4.5 113.14 45.6 4.11 1.5 4.81 90.0 x 32.09 20.5 5.2 3.25 7.49 3.1 and Note in Annex A) Designation Depth W.5 x 91.0 25.99 4.:th Thickness Weight Area of Section cm2 (5) 2.04 4.0 x 150.9 3.6 3.0 4.5 x 113.16 5.0 113.54 10.4 6.0 35.14 3.41 3.4 4.5 91.63 Moment of Inertia Radius of Gyration Elastic Modulus Plastic Modulus D mm (1) 25.50 3.35 4.84 104.76 9.0 x 38.0 40.0 40.0 38.5 5.5 x 91.51 2.0 45.95 32.54 5.6 2.45 9.62 5.0 5.95 152.67 5.09 5.98 179.0 x 40.83 170.0 100.0 45.6 3.0 32.23 1.6 4.93 7.9 x 88.0 125.12 11.89 3.59 75.0 x 125.5 113.95 18.0 x 30.66 9.11 762.0 75.94 2.91 2.93 21.88 393.0 kg/m (4) 1.31 28.19 28.0 x 132.6 3.58 1.5 113.5 x 63.0 40.69 125.5 125.0 25.22 9.0 45.0 2.6 4.66 7.9 3.8 5.19 2.0 2.95 2.0 35.76 1.0 4.53 2.99 8.40 6.6 3.73 14.36 21.5 x 113.42 8.19 6.47 372.93 10.80 26.98 6.95 13.68 3.45 14.6 4.34 5.42 4.42 5.6 3.93 88.07 3.6 4.84 3.45 8.2 3.49 23.0 x 125.6 4.0 x 30.51 7.83 26.2 3.0 38.11 3.71 8.39 700.68 226.0 4.0 x 25.0 30.03 3.40 4.0 45.0 mm (2) 25.53 90.0 125.55 3.0 40.47 12.5 113.0 4.0 x 72.29 10.6 4.88 14.31 432.32 15.0 49.08 115.5 5.5 2.87 21.

46 10.88 14.55 3.0 mm (3) 25.95 4.24 4.0 66.0 61.59 1012.74 18.2 2.0 33.09 2.0 50.93 61.54 98.88 5.30 31.90 2.75 57.09 67.01 54.33 1.0 92.2 4.31 5.20 6.21 18.2 4.42 35.03 5.25 5.73 94.4 Kg/m (5) 2.98 56.83 93.0 50.45 5.80 13.14 11.46 228.33 20.68 2.0 3.41 132.0 100.93 70.12 4.08 14.0 30.6 4.9 3.71 8.0 172.01 9.37 2.8 3.0 50.9 3.37 4.51 7.0 30.85 320.07 5.91 19.0 61.0 92.0 40.23 5.98 34.55 64.0 30.0 122.0 40.0 82.64 117.20 8.0 96.5 2.49 2.0 80.0 80.23 6.0 60.5 5.28 39.20 17.16 22.0 mm (4) 2.04 63.63 1.0 145.14 12.74 20.82 5.22 23.54 24.85 35.0 50.0 66.82 2.71 20.55 3.0 2.0 66.10 8.32 44.38 2.49 7.29 1.0 40.0 48.9 3.31 134.20 6.4 x 4.0 92.72 3.66 85.0 48.73 2.8 x 5.92 17.79 8.0 30.70 29.6 4.:I 0.0 80.64 5.0 3.0 172.37 12.93 4.9 3.0 50.0 60.94 1.73 52.97 1.8 x 5.07 75.49 11.23 14.0 127.56 41.98 3.1 and Note in Annex A) Designation Depth Width Thick.0 33.60 3.0 127.0 2.42 17.85 23.52 76.03 2.29 4.6 x 4.29 20.5 2.94 8.0 80.0 80.07 9.70 1.13 15.55 37.IS 4923 : 1997 Table 2 Dimensions and Properties of Rectangular Hollow Sections (Clause 8.37 4.0 45.59 1.0 %.9 3.19 27.75 3.61 15.0 50.25 29.0 3.96 1.0 145.71 6.9 2.2 4.20 20.95 78.99 22.12 10.28 14.73 6.87 25.83 38.77 5.99 146.2 2.82 3.0 96.4 3.84 47.21 1.2 4.04 6.0 66.0 172.80 10.56 16.55 3.0 70.35 8.9 2.16 1.6 4.0 40.56 7.73 7.0 3.95 37.91 13.72 12.89 227.79 4.0 61.5 5.0 82.40 3.52 11.0 100.21 17.24 4.Weight of of ness Section I Section D B mm (2) x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 2.18 28.8 5.0 96.15 10.0 70.34 4.66 8.69 15.0 30.0 48.0 x x x x x x x x x x x x x Y-Y cm4 (8) 3.9 3.03 52.67 11.60 35.0 100.28 9.6 4.87 7.61 10.76 43.48 3.83 917.95 44.30 3.0 70.0 61.0 70.61 94.9 3.07 4.71 30.49 33.2 4.6 4.0 40.83 11.50 6.82 45.0 30.0 61.28 555.13 11.0 61.93 5.0 50.53 10.0 50.0 145.24 9.8 3.56 36.0 80.0 48.9 3.05 3.47 117.37 20.74 x-x cm (9) 1.0 70.4 3.98 6.74 16.25 24.65 8.93 29.17 Y-Y (.12 4.O 100.0 33.64 12.94 17.0 25.93 112.13 45.52 9.0 40.6 4.04 6.41 21.59 6.59 9.58 1.88 10.46 26.66 7.14 6.06 2.41 50.29 2.11 9.97 0.0 33.0 122.0 50.77 15.74 5.85 16.0 127.13 26.29 10.45 2.0 122.50 250.50 4.72 8.0 3.73 32.87 7.49 27.8 5.0 70.72 13.0 82.66 55.89 276.0 145.93 7.0 96.14 22.33 6.2 4.5 Plastic Modulus section About A_ x-x cm* (6) cm4 (7) mm (1) 50.56 10.17 2.0 33.66 11.0 122.0 4.2 4.66 9.25 8.11 18.80 2.32 232.0 40.54 12.25 1.36 3.08 82.08 17.14 278.0 48.0 4.10 25.28 31.35 2.86 x x x x x x x x x x x x x 25.6 4.0 122.0 122.31 2.95 24.22 9.94 6.12 105.0 25.01 8.26 106.0 66.2 4.50 5.95 134.60 610.0 40.47 .20 2.0 127.34 11.4 4.20 1.0 33.O %.0 92.91 381.59 346.58 36.57 84.88 Area of Moment of Inertia About Radius of Gyration Elastic ModUIU.62 1.04 6.25 2.05 62.0 172.63 5.0 50.4 50.0 82.0 66.33 3.78 107.

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1 MEASUREMENTOF TWISTOF SQUAWANDRECTANGULAR SECTIONS (MlD19) Reprography Unit. BIS. for the existing figure: AMENDMENT ‘Mu v = Maximumpermittedoutsideaxncr mdius in mm. = TotaJ measuredhvist in milJJmetrcs. 1 DECEMBER 1998 TO IS 4923 : 1997 HOLLOW STEEL SECTIONS FOR STRUCTURAL USE .Substitute the folIowing figure. Fig. FIG. New Delhi.SPECIFICATION ( SectndRevision) (Page 2.NO. India . 1) .

98 Elastic Modulus Plastic Moduha kglm (4) 27’. Table 1 ) — Inse tt the following at the end: Table 1 Dimension AMENDMENT FOR and Properties of Square Hollow Sections (Clause S. ln&a .17 7. B[S.12 7.9 34..––– —. 2 MAY 2005 TO IS 4923:1997 HOLLOW STEEL SECTIONS STRUCTURAL USE — SPECIFICATION (Second Reviswn ) ( Page 5.1 ~ Moment Radioa of of Inertia Gyration cm4 (6) 1434 1755 2036 2633 cm (7) 7.1 and Note in Annex A) r_– 180x 180x4 180X180X< 180x 180x5 180x li30x[ l.NO.06 6.83 54. . E Ll&gnation Depth ‘lMckness WIC% D mm (2) 180 mm (3) 4 5 6 180 180 180 8 weight Area of Seetion cm2 (5) 27.05 42.9 cm3 (8) 159 195 226 293 cm3 (9) 184 226 280 346 ( MTD 19) Reprography Unit. New Delhi.2 32.5 21.6 40.

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