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Steel Properties and Deflection Smile
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Posted by: ericl

03/25/2005, 15:12:20

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I need to find out why HSLA steel deflects less under load than CRCQ.

From the equations for deflection if we keep the same profile and length the only factor that could change would be E. The E for any steel I have seen only varies from 28-32e6 and the differences in deflection vary greatly in a physical test.







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