ASTM A36 carbon structural steel

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ASTM A36 carbon structural steel

EN 10025-2 is European standard, EN 10025-2 Carbon Steel is a steel alloy where carbon is the main alloying element.

Carbon steel can be grouped into 3 categories: Low Carbon Steel (also known as Mild Steel), Medium Carbon Steel and High Carbon Steel.

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ASTM A36 Steel Plate is one of the most common grades of steel used in structural applications. This mild carbon steel grade contains chemical alloys that give it properties such as machinability, ductility, and strength that are ideal for use in constructing a variety of structures.

ASTM A36 carbon structural steel Chemical Compostion:

Element

content

Carbon, C

0.25 - 0.290 %

Copper, Cu

0.20 %

Iron, Fe

98.0 %

Manganese, Mn

1.03 %

Phosphorous, P

0.040 %

Silicon, Si

0.280 %

Sulfur, S

0.050 %

ASTM A36 carbon structural steel Mechanical Properties:

Mechanical Properties

Metric

Imperial

Tensile Strength, Ultimate

400 - 550 MPa

58000 - 79800 psi

Tensile Strength, Yield

250 MPa

36300 psi

Elongation at Break (in 200 mm)

20.0 %

20.0 %

Elongation at Break (in 50 mm)

23.0 %

23.0 %

Modulus of Elasticity

200 GPa

29000 ksi

Bulk Modulus (typical for steel)

140 GPa

20300 ksi

Poissons Ratio

0.260

0.260

Shear Modulus

79.3 GPa

11500 ksi

The machinability, strength and durability of A36 make it ideal for applications that require materials that are relatively light, but strong and durable enough to withstand high stress. These properties are crucial in materials used to construct infrastructure like buildings and bridges, where structural damage and failure could have devastating impacts.

Due to the popularity of A36 steel plate, Our keep a healthy inventory of a wide variety of plate sizes, making it easy to source. A36 is also one of the most economically priced grades of steel plate.

Applications & Industries:
Some of the common infrastructure applications for A36 include bridge and building construction.

A36 steel plate is typically used in structural applications due to its high strength-to-weight ratio and formability, as these properties make it easy to shape A36 into to a variety of structural pieces that can withstand great forces.

A36 Equivalent Plate Grades:
A36 steel is produced to meet standards set by ASTM, whose material standards are widely accepted in projects across the globe. However, some countries may require that structural projects which meets standards set by a different regulatory body. For example, structural projects that require plate falling under EN standards may use S275 in place of A36, as it is generally considered equivalent.

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