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© 2019 NIPPON STEEL CORPORATION

NIPPON STEEL CORPORATION

Leading the New Era

Leading the New Era

on on Structural Structural Shapes Shapes

with with Pioneer Pioneer Spirits. Spirits.

We, NIPPON STEEL, since the dawn of the Japanese steel industry, when we started producing Japan's rst railroad rails in 1901, and through the nation's reconstruction period after World War II, have been the sole producer of rails and sheet piles in Japan and have contributed to the development of the Japanese economy. Based on our technological advantages and credibility, which were built-up during this process, we pioneered the production and sale of Japan's rst rolled wide anges and, with our half a century of technological innovation, have been responding to a wide variety of customers needs both in Japan and across the globe.

We have also produced and marketed: structural H-shapes with incremental depth and width of 50mm pitchNSHYPER BEAM TM , 1989; structural H-shapes with re-resis- tanceNSFR TM steel, 1990; and other innovative products that span the history of con- struction in Japan. Working together with end users, we have also endeavored to spread the use of steel structures in building construction and promoted the use of structural H-shapes as well as developed key technologies in design, fabrication and construc- tion elds.

Not resting on our laurels gained through history and experience, we have determined to lead the new era with pioneer spirits and express the hope that NIPPON STEEL's structural H-shapes will continue to enjoy your company's patronage.

Notice: While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained within this publication, the use of the information is at the reader’s risk and no warranty is implied or expressed by NIPPON STEEL CORPORATION with respect to the use of the information contained herein. The information in this publication is subject to change or modification without notice. Please contact the NIPPON STEEL CORPORATION office for the latest information. Please refrain from unauthorized reproduction or copying of the contents of this publication. The names of our products and services shown in this publication are trademarks or registered trademarks of NIPPON STEEL CORPORATION, affiliated companies, or third parties granting rights to NIPPON STEEL CORPORATION or affiliated companies. Other product or service names shown may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

INDEX

Leading Technology

Conventional

2
2

Innovative

4
4

Steel Grade & Section Profile

6
6

Steel Grades

ASTM A36 ASTM A572 Gr.50 ASTM A992 EN10025 – 2 EN10225 – 4 JIS G 3101, 3106, 3136 KS D 3503, 3515 AS/NZS 3679.1 2010 ABS DNV GL

8
8

Chemical Composition & Mechanical Properties

9
9
9
9
 
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
15
15

Product Availability

ASTM BS HE & IPE JIS AS/NZS KS

16
16

Size Structure

17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
20
20

HC400

21
21

NSHYPER BEAM TM

22
22

Rolling Tolerances

24
24

Certificate

24
24

Dimensions and Properties

ASTM [Imperial Unit] ASTM [Metric Unit] BS [Metric Unit] HE & IPE [Metric Unit] JIS [Metric Unit] AS/NZS [Metric Unit] KS [Metric Unit] HC400 [Metric Unit] NSHYPER BEAM TM [50mm Incremental Unit]

27
27
32
32
37
37
40
40
43
43
45
45
47
47
48
48
52
52

Applications

76
76

Advantages

78
78

Worldwide Experience

Building Infrastructure Development Industrial Facilities Energy Development

83
83
90
90
92
92
94
94

STRUCTURAL SHAPES

Conventional Technology:

Universal Rolling

From Raw Materials to Products

Limestone Iron ore Sintering plant Coal Pigiron Coke plant Blast furnace Slab Bloom Basic-oxygen Vacuum
Limestone
Iron ore
Sintering plant
Coal
Pigiron
Coke plant
Blast furnace
Slab
Bloom
Basic-oxygen
Vacuum degassing
Continuous
furnace
equipment
caster
Vacuum degassing Continuous furnace equipment caster Reheating furnace Roughing mill Intermediate rolling mill
Vacuum degassing Continuous furnace equipment caster Reheating furnace Roughing mill Intermediate rolling mill
Reheating furnace Roughing mill Intermediate rolling mill Finishing mill Cutting
Reheating furnace
Roughing mill
Intermediate rolling mill
Finishing mill
Cutting
Cooling bed Universal Rolling Horizontal roll Vertical roll Conventional wide-flange beam (Synchronous change of
Cooling bed
Universal Rolling
Horizontal roll
Vertical roll
Conventional
wide-flange beam
(Synchronous change of
beam depth and width)

Roller straightener

Products

Universal roll for rolling wide-flange beam

Universal roll for rolling wide-flange beam Slab or bloom Roughing Intermediate rolling Finish rolling Breakdown mill

Slab or bloom

Roughing

roll for rolling wide-flange beam Slab or bloom Roughing Intermediate rolling Finish rolling Breakdown mill

Intermediate rolling

beam Slab or bloom Roughing Intermediate rolling Finish rolling Breakdown mill Universal Edging mill
Finish rolling
Finish rolling

Breakdown mill

Universal

Edging mill

Universal

rolling mill

rolling mill

Edging mill Universal rolling mill rolling mill Blast furnace Basic-oxygen furnace Continuous caster

Blast furnace

Basic-oxygen furnace

Continuous caster

mill Blast furnace Basic-oxygen furnace Continuous caster Reheating furnace Roughing mill Roughing mill Finishing mill

Reheating furnace

Basic-oxygen furnace Continuous caster Reheating furnace Roughing mill Roughing mill Finishing mill Cooling bed

Roughing mill

furnace Continuous caster Reheating furnace Roughing mill Roughing mill Finishing mill Cooling bed Roller straightener

Roughing mill

caster Reheating furnace Roughing mill Roughing mill Finishing mill Cooling bed Roller straightener Camber

Finishing mill

Reheating furnace Roughing mill Roughing mill Finishing mill Cooling bed Roller straightener Camber inspection Automatic

Cooling bed

Roughing mill Roughing mill Finishing mill Cooling bed Roller straightener Camber inspection Automatic warehouse 2

Roller straightener

Roughing mill Roughing mill Finishing mill Cooling bed Roller straightener Camber inspection Automatic warehouse 2 3

Camber inspection

Roughing mill Roughing mill Finishing mill Cooling bed Roller straightener Camber inspection Automatic warehouse 2 3

Automatic warehouse

STRUCTURAL SHAPES

Innovative Technology:

NSHYPER BEAM TM

STRUCTURAL SHAPES Innovative Technology: NSHYPER BEAM T M Features of NSHYPER BEAM TM Depth and Width
STRUCTURAL SHAPES Innovative Technology: NSHYPER BEAM T M Features of NSHYPER BEAM TM Depth and Width
Features of NSHYPER BEAM TM Depth and Width with 50mm Incremental Unit • Increased depth
Features of NSHYPER BEAM TM
Depth and Width with 50mm Incremental Unit
Increased depth and width by 50mm (app. 2 inch) pitch
Rolled H-shapes to be replaced Built-up H-shapes
Advantages on saving labor force and fabrication term as well as higher
quality due to elimination of welding operations
Uniform Depth and Width within a Same Size Series
The world’s first rolled wide-flange beams with uniform depth
and width in a same size series
Flange water-cooling
equipment
NSHYPER BEAM TM
Wider Size Availabilities (47 series and 609 sizes)*
Helping structural design optimize for less steel weight
and better cost performance
③ Finish rolling mill
* Regular sizes: 42 series, 302 sizes, Available sizes: 5 series, 307 sizes
Uniform width
Experience for more than 25 years in Japan
Popular H-shapes in steel structures covering building
and factory as well as onshore & offshore plant fields
Standard sectional dimensions of JIS G 3192
Registered with standard sectional dimensions of JIS G 3192
Production Process ( Case of Sakai steelworks )
① Edge rolling mill
(variable caliber depth of upper and lower rolls)
② Skewed roll rolling mill
① Edge rolling mill
Meeting the need for widely ranging web thicknesses by varying
upper and lower roll positions to produce fixed widths
② Skewed roll rolling mill
Flexible control of depth using skew rolls
③ Finish rolling mill
Provision of wide-ranging flange thicknesses by controlling the
depth to a fixed level and changing upper/lower roll-body widths
Universal rolling mill
Sakai steelworks, rolling freely to achieve due to size by variable-width rolls and
skew-roll rolling, a first-of-its-kind rolling, has established the manufacturing
technology of the "hyper beam". Kashima steelworks, rolling to an intermediate
group, to apply the variable-width roll, rolling freely size has been achieved.
Uniform depth

STRUCTURAL SHAPES

Steel Grade & Section Profile

   

Section Profile

 
   

HE

     

HC400

NSHYPER

ASTM

BS

IPE

JIS

AS/NZS

KS

HC500

BEAM TM

 

Product Availability

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Page 17

Page 18

Page 19

Page 20

Page 20

Page 21

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Dimensions and Properties

Page 2736

Page 3739

Page 4042

Page 4344

Page 4546

Page 47

Page 4851

Page 5275

   

A36

 

e

e

e

e

     

e

ASTM

A572 Gr50

Page

89

e

e

e

e

e

e

 

A992

e

e

e

e

e

e

     

JR

 

e

e

e

e

   

e

e

S235

J0

e

e

e

e

e

e

J2

 

JR

e

e

e

e

   

e

e

EN10025-2

S275

J0

e

e

e

e

e

e

J2

Page

1011

EN

 

JR

e

e

e

e

   

e

e

S355

J0

 

e

e

e

e

e

e

J2

e

e

e

e

e

EN10025-4

S460M

Please contact us in advance to order these combinations

           

EN10225

S355G11+M

 

Please contact us in advance to order these combinations

 

Steel

 

JIS G 3101

SS400

 

e

e

e

e

e

 

e

e

Grade

 

SM400A

e

e

e

e

e

 

e

e

SM400B

e

e

e

e

e

e

e

JIS G 3106

SM490A

e

e

e

e

e

e

e

JIS

SM490B

Page

e

e

e

e

e

e

e

SM490YA

12

e

e

e

e

e

e

e

 

SM490YB

e

e

e

e

e

e

e

 

SN400A

e

e

e

JIS G 3136

SN400B

e

e

e

SN490B

e

e

e

 

KS D 3503

SS400

           

e

   
 

SM400A

e

KS

SM400B

Page

KS D 3515

13

e

 

SM490A

e

SM490B

e

AS/NZS

AS/NZS 3679.1

 

Page

 

Please contact us in advance to order these combinations

 

14

e ” stands for “experience” by NIPPON STEEL in the past projects.

for “experience” by NIPPON STEEL in the past projects. : Available combinations * Please contact us

: Available combinations

Please contact us in advance to order "J2" grade with flange greater than 40mm thick.

STRUCTURAL SHAPES

Steel Grades

Chemical Composition & Mechanical Properties

ASTM A36

Chemical Requirements

Elements

Max. content in %

Carbon

0.26

Manganese

1

Silicon

0.40 1

Phosphorus

0.04

Sulfur

0.05

1 Flange thickness over 3in. ;min. 0.15% to 0.4%, Mn 0.85-1.35%

Tensile Requirements

Tensile strength, min ksiMPa

58-80400-5501

Yield point,

36250

Elongation in 8 in.200mm, min, %

20

Elongation in 2 in.50mm, min, %

21

1

1 For wide flange shapes with flange thickness over 3in. The 80 ksi maximum tensile strength dose not apply and a min.elongation in 2 in.50 mmof 19% applies.

The information is extracts of the standard. Please refer to the latest edition for details.

ASTM A572 Gr.50

Chemical Requirements

Elements

Max. content in %

Carbon

0.23

Manganese

1.35

1

Silicon

0.40

2

Vanadium

1

Columbium

1

Phosphorus

0.04

Sulfur

0.05

other elements

1

1 See specific limitations in the standard. 2 Flange thickness over 3in. ;min. 0.15% to 0.4%

Tensile Requirements

Tensile strength, min ksiMPa

654501

Yield point,

50345

Elongation in 8 in.200mm, min, %

18

Elongation in 2 in.50mm, min, %

21

1

1 For wide flange shapes over 426lbs ,elongation in 2 in. 50 mmof 19% minimum applies.

ASTM A992

Chemical Requirements

Elements

Max. content in %

Carbon

0.23

Manganese

1.60

1

Silicon

0.40

Vanadium

0.15

1

Columbium

0.05

1

Phosphorus

0.035

Sulfur

0.045

Copper

0.60

Nickel

0.45

Chromium

0.35

Molybdenum

0.15

1 See specific limitations in the standard.

Tensile Requirements

Tensile strength, min ksiMPa

65450

Yield point,

50 to 65345 to 4501

Yield to tensile ratio, max

0.85

1

Elongation in 8 in.200mm, min, %

18

Elongation in 2 in.50mm, min, %

21

1 See specific limitations in the standard.

Supplementary Requirments

Charpy V Notch Impact Tests

20ft-lbf27Jat 70 ˚F[21˚C

STRUCTURAL SHAPES

Steel Grades

Chemical Composition & Mechanical Properties

EN10025 -2

Chemical Compositions

 

Max content in %

   

C

                 

CEV

 

Nominal Thickness

 

Other

 

Nominal Thickness

Designation

 

mm

 

Si

 

Mn

P 2

S

2

N

2

Cu

2

Elements

 

mm

 

16

16

40

       

2

 

30

30

 

40

 

40

2

40

150

S235JR

0.17

0.17

0.20

 

1.40

0.035

0.035

 

0.012

 

0.55

 

0.35

0.35

 

0.38

S235J0

0.17

0.17

0.17

 

1.40

0.030

0.030

 

0.012

 

0.55

 

0.35

0.35

 

0.38

S235J2

0.17

0.17

0.17

 

1.40

0.025

0.025

 

 

0.55

 

0.35

0.35

 

0.38

S275JR

0.21

0.21

0.22

 

1.50

0.035

0.035

 

0.012

 

0.55

 

0.40

0.40

 

0.42

S275J0

0.18

0.18

0.18

 

1.50

0.030

0.030

 

0.012

 

0.55

 

0.40

0.40

 

0.42

S275J2

0.18

0.18

0.18

 

1.50

0.025

0.025

 

 

0.55

 

0.40

0.40

 

0.42

S355JR

0.24

0.24

0.24

0.55

 

1.60

0.035

0.035

 

0.012

 

0.55

 

0.45

0.47

 

0.47

S355J0

0.20

0.20

1

0.22

0.55

 

1.60

0.030

0.030

 

0.012

 

0.55

 

0.45

0.47

 

0.47

S355J2

0.20

0.20

1

0.22

0.55

 

1.60

0.025

0.025

 

 

0.55

 

0.45

0.47

 

0.47

1 For nominal thickness 30 mm : C = 0.22% max 2 See specific limitation in the standard.

 

Mechanical Properties

 
   

Minimum Yield Strength MPa

 

Tensile Strength

   

Impact Test

 

Minimum Elongation%

 

MPa

   
       
       

L0 = 5.65

S0
S0
 
 

Nominal Thickness

 

Nominal Thickness

   

Designation

 

mm

   

mm

Temperature

Minimum

 

Nominal Thicknessmm

                   

Energy

       
                           

16

16

 

40

63

80

100

3

 

3

 

100

 

°C

J

 

3

40

63

100

 

40

63

80

100

150

100

150

   

40

63

100

150

S235JR

235

225

215

215

215

195

360/510

360/510

350/500

 

20

27

26

25

24

22

S235J0

235

225

215

215

215

195

360/510

360/510

350/500

 

0

27

26

25

24

22

S235J2

235

225

215

215

215

195

360/510

360/510

350/500

 

-20

27

26

25

24

22

S275JR

275

265

255

245

235

225

430/580

410/560

400/540

 

20

27

23

22

21

19

S275J0

275

265

255

245

235

225

430/580

410/560

400/540

 

0

27

23

22

21

19

S275J2

275

265

255

245

235

225

430/580

410/560

400/540

 

-20

27

23

22

21

19

S355JR

355

345

335

325

315

295

510/680

470/630

450/600

 

20

27

22

21

20

18

S355J0

355

345

335

325

315

295

510/680

470/630

450/600

 

0

27

22

21

20

18

S355J2

355

345

335

325

315

295

510/680

470/630

450/600

 

-20

27

22

21

20

18

The information is extracts of the standard. Please refer to the latest edition for details.

EN10025 - 4

Chemical Compositions

Max content in %

                   

CEV

 
 

Nominal Thickness

C

Si

P 2

S 2

Cu 2

Other

 

(mm)

Designation

Mn

N

Elements

 
         

2

 

16

 

40

63

16

40

63

120

S460M

0.16 1

0.60

1.70

0.030

0.025

0.025

0.55

0.45

0.46

 

0.47

0.48

1 2 See specific limitation in the standard.

Mechanical Properties

   

Minimum Yield Strength MPa

   

Tensile Strength

 

Impact Test

 
 

MPa

 
     

Designation

 

Nominal Thickness

mm

   

Nominal Thickness

mm

   

Minimum

Minimum Elongation

%

 

Temperature

Energy

J

L0 = 5.65

S0
S0
                     

°C

16

16

40

63

80

100

40

40

63

80

100

 

40

63

80

100

120

63

80

100

120

 

S460M

460

440

430

410

400

385

540/720

530/710 510/690 500/680 490/660

 

17

20

55

0

47

-10

43

-20

40

1

1 This value corresponds with 27J at30˚C (see Eurocode 3)

EN10225

Chemical Compositions

Max content in %

 

C

Si

Mn

P

S

N

Cu

Other

Cr+Mo

Nb+V

Nb+V+Ti

Designation

Elements

+Ni+Cu

2

S355G11+M 1

0.14

0.55

1.65

0.025

0.015

0.012

0.30

0.80

0.06

0.08

1 2 See specific limitation in the standard.

Mechanical Properties

 

Minimum Yield Strength MPa

   

Impact Test

 

Designation

Nominal Thickness

mm

Tensile Strength

MPa

Yield to Tensile Ratio, Max

 

Minimum

Minimum Elongation

%

Temperature

Energy

L0 = 5.65

S0
S0
       

°C

16

16

40

J

 

40

63

 

S355G11+M

355

345

335

460/620

0.87

-40 1

50

22

1 For up to and including 25 mm thickness, test at -20˚C.

STRUCTURAL SHAPES

Steel Grades

Chemical Composition & Mechanical Properties

JIS G 3101, 3106, 3136

Chemical Compositions

Max content in %

   

C

           

Nominal Thickness

Designation

 

mm

   

Si

Mn

 

P

S

6

   

50

   

50

100

SS400

0.050

0.050

SM400A

0.23

 

0.25

 

2.5 x C

 

0.035

0.035

SM400B

0.20

 

0.22

 

0.35

0.60/1.50

 

0.035

0.035

SM490A

0.20

 

0.22

 

0.55

1.65

 

0.035

0.035

SM490B

0.18

 

0.20

 

0.55

1.65

 

0.035

0.035

SN400A

0.24

 

0.24

 

0.050

0.050

SN400B

0.20

 

0.22

 

0.35

0.60/1.50

 

0.030

0.015

SN490B

0.18

 

0.20

 

0.55

1.65

 

0.030

0.015

SM490YA

0.20

 

0.20

 

0.55

1.65

 

0.035

0.035

SM490YB

0.20

 

0.20

 

0.55

1.65

 

0.035

0.035

Mechanical Properties

 
   

Minimum Yield Strength (N/mm 2

   

Yield to Tensile Ratio, Max %

Impact Test

Minimum Elongation

Tensile Strength (N/mm 2

 

%

 
       

Designation

 

Nominal Thickness

   

Nominal Thickness

 

Nominal Thickness

 

mm

   

mm

Temperature

Minimum

 

mm

                         

Energy

     
                               

6

 

12

 

16

16

 

40

75

100

6

12

16

16

40

°C

J

5

16

40

12

16

40

75

100

12

16

40

100

16

40

SS400

245

245

 

245

235

215

215

400/510

— —

17

21

23

SM400A

245

245

 

245

235

215

215

400/510

— —

18

22

24

SM400B

245

245

 

245

235

215

215

400/510

— —

0

27

18

22

24

SM490A

325

325

 

325

315

295

295

490/610

— —

17

21

23

SM490B

325

325

 

325

315

295

295

490/610

— —

0

27

17

21

23

SN400A

235

235

 

235

235

215

215

400/510

— —

17

21

23

SN400B

235

235/355

235/355

235/355

215/335

215/335

400/510

— 80

80

80

80

0

27

18

22

24

SN490B

325

325/445

325/445

325/445

295/415

295/415

490/610

— 80

80

80

80

0

27

17

21

23

SM490YA

365

365

 

365

355

335

325

490/610

— —

15

19

21

SM490YB

365

365

 

365

355

335

325