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Steel Beam Sizes DataBase v1
The steel beam sizes database contains structural properties of steel beam sizes and properties for common extrusions/forgings

Steel Beam Sizes

The steel beam sizes database contains sectional and structural properties of extruded or forged steel beams including H-Beam, I-Beam, Channel, Angle, Rectangular Hollow Sections (RHS) and Tubular Hollow Sections (THS) totalling well over 600 sections.

Steel beam sizes (dimensions) can be displayed in metric or imperial units.

You can sort all the sections according to any specified property.

Steel Beam Properties

  • Section Designation (e.g. 14x176)
  • Weight per unit Length
  • Cross Section Area
  • Depth
  • Width
  • Flange Thickness
  • Web Thickness
  • Second moment of Area (x-x & z-z)
  • Section Modulus (x-x & y-y)
  • Radius of Gyration (x & y)
  • Polar moment of inertia
  • Distance to Centre of Area (x & y)

If you select a property from the ‘Sort Options’ drop box, that property will be listed for every section in descending order in the ‘Sorted Properties’ drop box. The designations will also be sorted in the same order.

All the properties for the section selected via ‘Designation’ and ‘Sorted properties’ will appear in the main window.

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