Normal Flange IBeams
Properties of normal flange I profile steel beams.
An Ibeam is a structural steel shape used as critical framework in the metal building industry. Used in a range of constructions like bridges, ware houses, skyscrapers and more.
DIN 1025 normal flange I beams properties:
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Designation  Dimensions  Static Parameters  

Moment of Inertia  Elastic Section Modulus  
Depth h (mm)  Width w (mm)  Web Thickness s (mm)  Sectional Area (cm^{2})  Weight (kg/m)  I_{x }(cm^{4})  I_{y}_{ }(cm^{4})  W_{x}_{ }(cm^{3})  W_{y}_{ }(cm^{3})  
I 80  80  42  3.9  7.58  5.94  77.8  6.29  19.5  3 
I 100  100  50  4.5  10.6  8.34  171  12.2  34.2  4.88 
I 120  120  58  5.1  14.2  11.1  328  21.5  54.7  7.41 
I 140  140  66  5.7  18.3  14.3  573  35.2  81.9  10.7 
I 160  160  74  6.3  22.8  17.9  935  54.7  117  14.8 
I 180  180  82  6.9  27.9  21.9  1450  81.3  161  19.8 
I 200  200  90  7.5  33.5  26.2  2140  117  214  26 
I 220  220  98  8.1  39.6  31.1  3060  162  278  33.1 
I 240  240  106  8.7  46.1  36.2  4250  221  354  41.7 
I 260  260  113  9.4  53.4  41.9  5740  288  442  51 
I 300  300  125  10.8  69.1  54.2  9800  451  653  72.2 
I 340  340  137  12.2  86.8  68  15700  674  923  98.4 
I 360  360  143  13  97.1  76.1  19610  818  1090  114 
I 400  400  155  14.4  118  92.4  29210  1160  1460  149 
I 450  450  170  16.2  147  115  45850  1730  2040  203 
I 500  500  185  18  180  141  68740  2480  2750  268 
 1 cm^{4} = 10^{4} mm^{4} = 10^{8} m^{4} = 0.024 in^{4}
 1 cm^{3} = 10^{3} mm^{3} = 10^{6} m^{3} = 0.061 in^{3}
 1 cm^{2} = 10^{2} mm^{2} = 10^{4} m^{2} = 0.16 in^{2}
 1 kg/m = 0.67 lb/ft
Ishaped crosssection beams:
 Britain : Universal Beams (UB) and Universal Columns (UC)
 Europe : IPE. HE. HL. HD and other sections
 US : Wide Flange (WF) and H sections
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