ASTM WK46088

    Revision of A588 / A588M - 10 Standard Specification for High-Strength Low-Alloy Structural Steel, up to 50 ksi [345 MPa] Minimum Yield Point, with Atmospheric Corrosion Resistance

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    Active Standard: A588 / A588M - 10

    Developed by Subcommittee: A01.02 | Committee A01 | Contact Staff Manager



    WK46088

    1. Rationale

    S756-14A A task group has been formed to address the phosphorus and sulfur levels in the steel standards covered by Committee A01.02. The goal is to align the levels of these two elements to be consistent with current standard metallurgical processes. While this may result in alignment of ASTM standards with other international standards covering similar steels, this would be a byproduct of the changes rather than the impetus for the changes. The task group has proposed a level of 0.030% maximum for each element for plate materials greater than 15 in width. Phosphorus and sulfur maximums for shapes, piling, bars, and plates less than or equal to 15 in width remain as they have been previously published.


    Keywords

    atmospheric corrosion resistance; bars; bolted construction; bridges; buildings; durability; high-strength; low-alloy; plates; riveted construction; shapes; steel; structural steel; weight; welded construction; Atmospheric corrosion materials/applications--specifications; Bolted construction materials/applications--specifications; Bridge/structural materials--specifications; HSLA (high-strength low-alloy) steel bars--specifications; HSLA (high-strength low-alloy) steel plate--specifications; Riveted construction--specifications; Steel bars--specifications; Structural steel (SS) bars--specifications;
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    Work Item Status

    Date Initiated:
    05-09-2014

    Technical Contact:
    Allen Harrold

    Item:
    003

    Ballot:
    A01.02 (14-02)

    Status:
    Item Going To Next Ballot Level