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Applies to the design, fabrication, erection, repair and alteration of steelwork associated with boilers, pressure vessels, lifts, cranes, mining equipment, gas and liquid petroleum piping systems, bulk handling equipment, and the like in accordance with the working stress design method, but does not apply to road and rail bridges, material less than 3 mm thick, steel for which the design yield stress exceed 450 MPa, and cold-formed members other than those complying with AS 1163.
 

Document History

  1. AS 3990-1993

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    Mechanical equipment - Steelwork

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  2. AS 3990(INT)-1991


    Steelwork for engineering applications

    • Historical Version
  3. AS 1250-1981


    The use of steel in structures (known as the SAA Steel Structures Code)

    • Historical Version
  4. AS 1250-1975


    Use of steel in structures (known as the SAA steel structures code)

    • Historical Version
  5. AS CA1-1972


    Use of steel in structures (imperial units) (known as the SAA SteelStructures Code)

    • Historical Version
  6. AS 1250-1972


    Use of steel in structures (metric units) (known as the SAA steel structures code)

    • Historical Version
  7. AS CA1-1968


    Use of steel in structures

    • Historical Version
  8. INT 351-1952


    Use of structural steel in buildings

    • Historical Version
  9. AS CA1-1939


    Australian standard rules for the design, fabrication and erection of structural steel in building. Known as the SAA code for structural steel in building

    • Historical Version
  10. AS CA1-1933


    Australian standard rules for the design, fabrication and erection of structural steel in building. Known as the SAA code for structural steel in building

    • Historical Version