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Join the activities on me. Overview standard BS Structural use of steelwork in building. Code of practice for design of cold formed thin gauge sections: BS gives recommendations for the design of structural steelwork in buildings and allied structures using cold formed sections.
It is primarily intended for steel sections of thickness up to 8 mm. Requirements for materials and construction are given in BS Sections may be either open or closed and should be made up of flat elements bounded either by free edges or by bends with included angles not exceeding and internal radii not exceeding 5t where t is the material thickness. Closed sections may be made either: i by joining together two previously formed open sections by continuous welding; ii from a single flat strip, by forming the corners to make a box, and continuously welding the longitudinal joint.
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