Torsional strength of carbon steel square tubing
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01 Sep 2006 19:20 PDT
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Question ID: 761542
I need to know the torsional strength (in lbs/ft) of 1" and 1.25" square tubing in ASTM A500 Grade B and ASTM A513 carbon steel. Wall thickness is .065"
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Re: Torsional strength of carbon steel square tubing
From: barneca-ga on 03 Sep 2006 11:50 PDT
lbs/ft means pounds per foot, obviously not the same thing as feet per pound. if you're talking torsion, you mean pounds times feet, commonly written ft-lbs or lbs-ft. probably would be better to use ft*lbs, but nobody does. there are some people who try, ad nauseum, to force you to differentiate between ft-lbs and lbs-ft (one being torsion and one being energy; i forget which is supposed to be which), but these people are nitpicking and best ignored by normal humans. -cab
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