Add requirement for killed steels only. Rimmed steels, rimmed and capped steels, and semi-killed steels for structural applications are no longer used or commercially available to any significant extent. It is also recognized that these steelmaking practices are no longer consistent with new steel making technologies that have enhanced the performance of todays structural steels.
bars; general requirements; plates; rolled; shapes; sheet piling; structural steel; Bridge/structural materials--specifications; Capped steel; General delivery requirements--steel; Groupings; Killed steel; Marine systems/subsystems/equipment (steel)--specifications; Metallurgical structure; Mill edge; Piles; Product analysis specifications/tolerances; Rimmed structural steel bars; Rolled steel--specifications; Semi-killed steel; Sheared edge; Shipbuilding steel materials--specifications; Steel bars and shapes--specifications; Steel plate--specifications; Structural steel (SS) bars--specifications; Structural steel (SS) piles--specifications; Structural steel (SS) plate--specifications; Structural steel (SS) shapes--specifications; Structural steel (SS) sheet/strip--specifications; Tensile properties/testing--metallic materials; Tensile property classification; Universal mill edge; Steel plates/shapes/bars--specifications
Citing ASTM Standards
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