Abstract

Ductility parameters defined in the second progress report were previously obtained by conducting tension coupon tests on specially produced A and S steels. In this report, tension coupon test results are presented for a 20 gage commercial low ductility steel, i.e. an ASTM Grade E steel, herein designated as steel B. Its behavior is compared with that of the specially rolled A and S steels to test the validity of conclusions arrived at in the second progress report. Test programs were set up to study the behavior of B steel under static tension loading, one program for single bolted connections and another for rectangular plates with holes. Here again the behavior of B steel is compared with A and S steels. A few connection tests were conducted on fully annealed A steel specimens to compare their behavior with low ductility A steel specimens. In Appendix B the processing and metallurgical history for A, B and S steels is given.

Department(s)

Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering

Research Center/Laboratory(s)

Wei-Wen Yu Center for Cold-Formed Steel Structures

Sponsor(s)

American Iron and Steel Institute

Publisher

Unknown

Publication Date

1-1-1970

Document Version

Final Version

Comments

Third Progress Report

Document Type

Report - Technical

File Type

text

Language

English


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