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Steel Beam Sizes

Steel Beam Sizes

Having a good resource for I beam Sizes is important for any structural engineer. The below steel beam size chart, will help structural engineers find h beam sizes, w beam sizes, i beam sizes and HSS sizes. These steel I beam dimensions are useful in structural design where you need to determine the strength of a particular section. SkyCiv offers free design software, that include all these steel I beam sizes, for a number of design codes such as AISC.

This Steel Beam Sizes Chart will help engineers find the i beam dimensions they are looking for. Simply select your unit system, library before selecting a shape to display that shape's beam dimensions. The software pulls the beam dimensions directly from our powerful Structural Analysis Software which, like this tool, can be used from within a web browser with no installation! HSS Sizes or I beam sizes typically require the user to keep books or steel beam charts handy, but can take a while to find, if you even have the book in the first place! SkyCiv's i beam sizes tool allows engineers to find beam size information quickly and easily.

Some of the dimensions this tool can display:
  • I beam sizes
  • HSS Sizes
  • Wide Flange Beam Sizes
  • T Beam Sizes
  • Imperial and metric beam sizes

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Steel I Beam Sizes

The above I beam sizes should give the user the ability easily access the member properties and dimensions of commonly used sections in various libraries around the world. We hope engineers find a reference for these steel beam sizes and i beam dimensions valuable to their work flow. There are currently steel sizes and dimensions for Australian, US, UK, European and Canadian shapes - more can be added if requested in the comments below. Another great aspect of this tool is that it can convert the i beam dimensions from metric to imperial and vice versa. This saves the engineer time, if working across unit systems, and reduces the risk of an error in the calculations.

Here at SkyCiv, we hope to continue to deliver valuable tools and resources for structural engineers to make their jobs easier. We have a long list of other free tools, tutorials and a comprehensive structural engineering blog that you can feel free to check out. Please feel free to leave comments and feedbacks below for this steel i beam size tool at any time below.

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