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Low-cabon Steel:

S235 t=40-63 mm (CEN-EN)

Description

Structural steel with nominal thickness from 40 mm up to 63 mm according to CEN EN 10025-4:2004 (EU) Non-alloy structural steels.

S = Structural steel

235 = Minimal yield strength in MPa (for nominal thickness =16mm)

L = for low temperature applications

M = Thermomechanical rolled

N = Normalised rolling

W = Weathering

Longitudinal Charpy V-notch

JR absorbed energy > 27 J at 20 C

J0 absorded energy > 27 J at 0 C

J2 absorded energy > 27 J at -20 C

General

Properties

Chemical properties

Minimum value Maximum value Unit Sources
%
%

Electrical properties

Minimum value Maximum value Unit Sources
kV/mm
%
V
Ohm.mm²/m

Manufacturing Properties

Minimum value Maximum value Unit Sources

Mechanical properties

Minimum value Maximum value Unit Sources
MPa
MPa
MPa
kg/m³
25 % CEN-EN 10025
MPa
J/cm
MPa
360 510 MPa CEN-EN 10025
40 63 MPa CEN-EN 10025
215 MPa CEN-EN 10025
MPa

Optical properties

Minimum value Maximum value Unit Sources

Thermal properties

Minimum value Maximum value Unit Sources
°C
°C
°C
J/kg.K
W/m.K
e-6/K

Environment

4.13 mPt
0.09 Pt
903 mELU
4.37 MJ/MJ
20.5 MJ
2.95 kg
0.01 kg
Based on Fe360 in Idemat 2003. Data for the production of 1 kg crude steel from SPIN in the Netherlands. Transport is added. The coal comes for 65% from Canada, 23% Australia, 12% from the EU. Iron ore comes for 37% from Brasil, 21% Australia, 31% Europe and the remaining 11% from elsewhere. Lime is imported from Belgium. The production and emission data are for 1989.