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Bethlehem Steel I shape 15" 38.5 lb/ft

Bethlehem Steel I shape 15" 38.5 lb/ft

Bethlehem Steel I shape 15" 38.5 lb/ft

I'm searching for the properties of this obsolete shape, specifically web and flange thicknesses, any help would be appreciated.


RE: Bethlehem Steel I shape 15" 38.5 lb/ft

From AISC Steel Design Guide 15:

A = 11.26 sq in
d = 15.00 in
tw = 0.29 in
bf = 6.75 in
tf = 0.535 in
T = 12.868 in
k = 1.066 in
X1 = 2222 ksi
Ix = 442.4 in^4
Sx = 59.0 in^3
rx = 6.27 in
Iy = 24.1 in^4
Sy = 7.2 in^3
ry = 1.46 in
Zx = 66.2 in^3
Zy = 11.5 in^3
J = 0.95 in^4
Cw = 1261 in^6

This is a 1922-1930 beam fabricated by Bethlehem

RE: Bethlehem Steel I shape 15" 38.5 lb/ft

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