CHARACTERSTICS OF STRUCTURAL STEEL
Structural steel has density of 7.75 to 8.1 g/cm3.
Elastic modulus or modulus of elasticity is the measurement of tendency of an object to be deformed when force or stress is applied to it. Typical values for structural steel range from 190-210 gigapascals.
Structural steel has high tensile strength so is preferred over other materials for construction.
Structural steel made of alloys has values from 366 to 1793 megapascals.
Structural steel made of carbon has values from 450 to 2081 Joules per Kilogram Kelvin and that made from alloys has values ranging from 452 to 1499.
Structural steels made of carbon has value of 86 to 388 Kg.>