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Architect’s Handbook of Formulas, Tables, and Mathematical Calculations by David Kent Ballast

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Chapter 4C. Metals

The tables included in this part provide hard-to-find information on the composition and use of many finish metals as well as basic data on metal gages and the galvanic series.

The tables concerning stainless steel give guidelines for the proper selection of stainless steel types, finishes, and thicknesses. Following these are tables to help you understand the composition of the many available copper alloys and show you how to select the best one for your design needs.

Table 4C-1. Comparative Metal Gages

 

Aluminum, Copper, Brass, Bronze Sheets, Strips, and Wire; Small Copper and Brass Tubing

Stainless Steel Sheets

Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Bronze, and Large Copper and Brass Tubing; Stainless Strip

Steel Sheets

Gage No.

B&S & AWG

USG ...

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