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... Properties of Common Metals: SI and

of Wide-Flange Sections (W Shapes): SI Units 554 B-3 Properties of I-Beam

Sections (S Shapes): SI Units 562 B-4 Properties of Channel Sections: SI Units

564 ...

... Properties of Common Metals: SI and

**U.S. Customary Units**552 B-2 Propertiesof Wide-Flange Sections (W Shapes): SI Units 554 B-3 Properties of I-Beam

Sections (S Shapes): SI Units 562 B-4 Properties of Channel Sections: SI Units

564 ...

Page ix

The unique feature of this fourth edition, as compared with previous editions, is

that it uses both SI* and

adopt the SI system as its standard, there remains a need for engineers here to ...

The unique feature of this fourth edition, as compared with previous editions, is

that it uses both SI* and

**U.S. Customary Units**. Since the United States has yet toadopt the SI system as its standard, there remains a need for engineers here to ...

Page 432

... and allowable force per unit length for the 45° fillet weld are as follows: *

Numerical values in

for Steel Construction, American Institute of Steel Construction, 8th ed., New York

, 1980.

... and allowable force per unit length for the 45° fillet weld are as follows: *

Numerical values in

**U.S. Customary Units**cited in this section are from Manualfor Steel Construction, American Institute of Steel Construction, 8th ed., New York

, 1980.

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