The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 72 (1994) > Issues > Issue 6 > The Transition From National Standards to European Standards for Structural Steels
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The Transition From National Standards to European Standards for Structural Steels

The process of moving to Europe-wide standards for structural steel is well underway and, within the next month, will take another step forward with the publication of EN 10 210: Part I which covers the technical delivery requirements for non-alloy and fine grain hot finished structural hollow sections. This standard will affect all British Steel Tubes & Pipes' hot finished structural hollow sections (SHS). E. Hole

Author(s): Hole, E

Keywords: steel;codes of practice;structural members;europe;hollow sections;properties