Any steel with a hollow section at both ends and a large ratio of its length to the circumference of the section can be called a steel pipe.
When the length and section circumference of the comparison hours, can be called pipe segments or tubular accessories, they belong to the category of pipe products. For more than more than 60 years, architects have chosen stainless steel to build permanent buildings that are cost-effective. Many of the existing buildings fully illustrate the correctness of this option. Some are very ornamental, such as the Chrysler Building of New York. But in many other applications, stainless steel plays a less compelling role, but it plays an important role in the aesthetics and performance of buildings.
For example, because stainless steel is more wear-resistant and indentation-resistant than other metallic materials of the same thickness, it is the designer's material of choice when building sidewalks in places with large population movements. Stainless steel has been used for more than more than 70 years to build new buildings and structural materials used to repair historic sites. The early design was calculated according to the basic principles. Today, design specifications, such as the standard ansi/asce-8-90 "cold molded stainless steel Structural design Specification" of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the "Structural Stainless steel Design Manual" jointly published by NIDI and Euro Inox, have simplified the design of structural parts for construction with long service life and good integrity.
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