A36 Gr.50 T Beam Steel

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Hot Rolled T Beam Steel

T beam steel

1.T Beam Grade:Q235 SS400 A36 ,Q345 SS540 A572 GR.50

2.Surface Treatment:Black, Painted, Galvanized, Blasting

3.T Beam Steel Sizes

H×W SIZE( MM)
h B t1 t2 r kg/m
TW 50×100 50 100 6 8 10 8.56
62.5×125 62.5 125 6.5 9 10 11.9
75×150 75 150 7 10 13 15.9
87.5×175 87.5 175 7.5 11 13 20.2
100×200 100 200 8 12 16 25.2
#100 204 12 12 16 28.3
125×250 125 250 9 14 16 36.2
#125 255 14 14 16 41.1
150×300 #147 302 12 12 20 42.5
150 300 10 15 20 47.3
150 305 15 15 20 53.1
175×350 #172 348 10 16 20 57.3
175 350 12 19 20 68.2
200×400 #194 402 15 15 24 70.3
#197 398 11 18 24 73.6
200 400 13 21 24 86.1
#200 408 21 21 24 98.7
#207 405 18 28 24 116
#214 407 20 35 24 142
TM 74×100 74 100 6 9 13 10.7
97×150 97 150 6 9 16 15.6
122×175 122 175 7 11 16 22.1
147×200 147 200 8 12 20 28.7
170×250 170 250 9 14 20 39.9
200×300 195 300 10 16 24 53.7
220×300 220 300 11 18 24 61.8
250×300 241 300 11 15 28 57.5
244 300 11 18 28 64.5
300×300 291 300 12 17 28 68.5
294 300 12 20 28 75.5
TW 50×50 50 50 5 7 10 6.079 11.9
62.5×60 62.5 60 6 8 10 8.499 27.5
75×75 75 75 5 7 10 9.079 42.7
87.5×90 87.5 90 5 8 10 11.6 70.7
100×100 99 99 4.5 7 13 11.8 94
100 100 5.5 8 13 13.79 115
125×125 124 124 5 8 13 16.45 208
125 125 6 9 13 18.94 249
150×150 149 149 5.5 8 16 20.77 395
150 150 6.5 9 16 23.76 465
175×175 173 174 6 9 16 26.6 681
175 175 7 11 16 31.83 816
200×200 198 199 7 11 16 36.08 1 190
200 200 8 13 16 42.06 1 400
225×200 223 199 8 12 20 42.54 1 880
225 200 9 14 20 48.71 2 160
250×200 248 199 9 14 20 50.64 2 840
250 200 10 16 20 57.12 3 210
#253 201 11 19 20 65.65 3 670
TM 300×200 298 199 10 15 24 60.62 5 200
300 200 11 17 24 67.6 5 820

T-beam (or tee beam[1]), used in construction, is a load-bearing structure of reinforced concretewood or metal,

with a T-shaped cross section. The top of the T-shaped cross section serves as a flange or compression member in resisting compressive stresses.

The web (vertical section) of the beam below the compression flange serves to resist shear stress and to provide greater separation for the coupled forces of bending.[2]

The T-beam has a big disadvantage compared to an I-beam because it has no bottom flange with which to deal with tensile forces.

One way to make a T-beam more efficient structurally is to use an inverted T-beam with a floor slab or bridge deck joining the tops of the beams.

Done properly, the slab acts as the compression flange.

 

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