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During the 17th century, the steel for the first time a commonly used material, however, it was not until the 19th century with the development of efficient production methods, such as the Bessemer process, the steel became mass produced in a cost effective manor.

Today, with the constant improvement of the quality of the metal and the process production, steel has become one of the most common materials used throughout the world and plays a critical role in important industries, including automotive, construction and transport. Because steel is so integrated into the development of infrastructure, industry is generally seen as an indicator for the general progress the economy of a country.

Steel is an alloy, or a combination of iron and carbon. Depending on the purpose of the material, different combinations of alloys and reasons are given for different types of steel. Features such as strength, durability and heat resistance can be drawn based on production methods and materials used in the alloy.

For the construction of large buildings and structures such as stadiums, skyscrapers and bridges, Steel framing is typically used for skeletal support. Structural steel can also be used in combination with concrete and wood for extra reinforcement in a structure. Due to the security ramifications associated with construction, there are specific rules and regulations established for the steel industry. The shape, size, steel composition and storage are all specified in these regulations.

The steel structural shapes most common include the beam, the HSS-Shape (section structural hole), the angle, channel and tee. structural steel bars, rods and plates are also generic structural steel sections. Standard steel beams are formed by a method of rolling (hot, cold or extrusion) or a welding method. The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) has established U.S. standards steel structural system identification. Each tag begins with an "A" and is followed by two, three or four numbers that rank the material by alloy type, strength, corrosion resistance and other characteristics.

Structural steel and concrete are often compared the industry construction. The main factor affecting the choice of concrete over the steel and vice versa is the cost of raw materials. It is also noted that both materials are regularly used together. However, there are several important advantages of steel. A weight best strength is in the steel structures in cement concrete reinforced (RCC) structures. In addition to structural steel can be easily broken or reuse in some cases due to the bolted connections used in steel structures.

Many of the structural steel assets are also outlined by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), institute a non-profit organization technical and commercial partnership that strives to make steel material construction industry U.S. election. The AISC provides many of the structures standards of quality steel and has delivered key resource for industry specifications such as steel buildings and the Manual of Steel Construction. Members of the AISC are found in all industry sectors ranging from students to steel to contractors. With major organizations such as AISC, the rel = "nofollow" href = "http://www.stonebridgeiron.com/"> structural steel community continues to grow and innovate every day.

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Rachel Messina is a writer and Internet Marketing Specialist with Mountain Media, an ecommerce solutions firm that works with clients such as Stone Bridge Steel & Iron, a member of the AISC and a provider of structural steel and metal fabrication services.

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