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W Type I-beam search page
W DEPTH (inches) WEIGHT PER UNIT LENGTH (pound force .
http://www.efunda.com/math/areas/RolledSteelBeamsW.cfm

Beams - Metro Steel
Beams. At Metro Steel and Pipe Supply, Inc., we have the metal beams . Weight per foot. Flange width in inches. B. Web thickness C. Weight per 20 ft piece .
http://www.metrosteelfl.com/beams.html



Beams, Steel I Beams, Structural Beams, Wide Flange
Steel I-Beams Please call for more information. S-Shapes, A B C, Weight Lbs. Per Ft. 20 30 40. S3 x 5.7, 3 2.330 .170, 5.7 114 171 228. S3 x 7.5, 3 2.509 .349 .
http://www.tmtco.com/products/beam.html



Construction: How much does a standard construction I-beam weigh ...
However, the way they're named conveniently describes their height, in inches, and by weight / per foot. So, a "W18x40" beam is 18" high, and weigh 40 lbs .
http://www.quora.com/Construction/How-much-does-a-standard-construction-I-beam-weigh



"I"-Beam - Standard - Coyote Steel & Co. | Eugene, Oregon
I-Beam (American Standard) . in inches x weight Per Ft. Lbs, Weight Per Ft. (Lbs. ) . (inches2), Section Modulus Sx In.3, **Surface Area Foot of. Length2. S3 x .
http://www.coyotesteel.com/products_iBeam_standard.shtml

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Texas Tech University - Texas Tech UniversityLawJ.D. (1993)1993

WIDE FLANGE AND I-BEAMS
Beams Call for price and availability 808-871-4740 wide flange.
http://mauiindustrialmetal.com/wide-flange-and-i-beams

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and PsychologyB.A. (1989)1989

Beams
STANDARD "I" BEAMS. d, lbs./foot, weight per foot in lbs. web Thickness. 3, 5.70, 2.330 .170 . Size In Lbs./Ft. Depth, Width, Thickness. 4 x 13, 4.16, 4.060 .280 .
http://borrmannsteel.com/Beams%20new.htm

I Beams - Welcome to the Turner Steel Home Page
I Beams. Depth of Beam in Inches, Weight Per Foot, Thickness of Web, Width of Flange in Inches. 3, 5.7, 0.170, 2.330. 3, 7.5, 0.349, 2.509. 4, 7.7, 0.190, 2.260 .
http://www.turnersteelcoinc.com/html/s_ibeams.html

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Google Answers: I-Beam size calaculation for residential construction
. 12 / 360 = 0.66 in w (load per foot) = (40 + 20)psf x 14' = 840 lb per ft l (beam span) = 20 ft Where E is a constant for steel = 30000000 psi And .
http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview/id/753367.html

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