Since the steel used in almost every situation in the construction industry, there is no single IS codebook to refer to structural steel design. We have combined the list of all the available IS Codes for structural steel.
Their nature and production have been classified into many. So to design any structural members, you have to refer to the following IS Codes list. It will be useful for you to select the right material, load calculation & tolerance for structural steel design.
IS CODES LIST FOR STEEL
|IS : 432 Part 2||Mild Steel and Medium Tensile Steel Bars and Hard-Drawn Steel Wire for Concrete Reinforcement, Part 2: Hard-Drawn Steel Wire||It covers the requirements of hard-drawn steel wire of medium strength for use as reinforcement in concrete.|
|IS : 1139||Specification for Hot rolled Mild steel, medium tensile steel and high yield strength steel deformed bars for concrete reinforcement.||It covers the requirements of deformed steel bars and
wires for use as reinforcement in concrete, in the following three strength
grades: fe415, fe500 & fe550
|IS : 1566||Specification for plain hard drawn steel wire fabric for concrete reinforcement||It covers the requirements for hard-drawn steel wire fabric consisting of hard-drawn steel wire with cross wires electrically
welded to them for use as concrete reinforcement.
|IS : 1785 Part 1||Specification for plain hard drawn steel wire for prestressed concrete.||It covers the requirements for the manufacture, supply and testing of plain, cold drawn, stress-relieved steel wire for use
in prestressed concrete.
|IS : 1786||High strength deformed steel bars and wires for concrete reinforcement||It covers the requirements of deformed
steel bars and wires for use as reinforcement in concrete,
in the following strength grades:
a. fe415, fe415d;
b. fe 500, fe 500d;
c. fe 550, fe 550d; and
d. fe 600.
|IS : 2751|| Code of Practice for Welding of Mild Steel|
Plain and Deformed Bars for Reinforced Concrete
|It covers th;s standard lays down requirements for welding of mild steel round and deformed bars|
|IS: 4000 : 1992||Code of practice for high strength bolts in steel structures||It covers the requirements for the design, fabrication,assembly and inspection in all types of steel structures, of structural joints using high strength bolts|
|IS: 9595 : 1996||Metal arc welding of carbon and carbon|
manganese steels - Recommendations
|It covers this standard recommends general requirements for the manual, semi-automatic and automatic metal arc welding of carbon and carbon manganese steel in all product forms including tubes and hollow sections.|
|IS: 2062-1992||Hot Rolled Medium and High Tensile|
|It covers this standard covers the requirements of steel including micro-alloyed steel plates, strips, shapes
and sections (angles, tees, beams, channels, etc), flats, bars, etc, for use in structural work.
|IS: 801-1975||Code of Practice for Use of Cold Formed|
Light Gauge Steel Structural Members In General Building
|It covers this code applies to the design of structural members cold-formed to shape from carbon or low-alloy, sheet or strip steels used for load carrying purposes in buildings. it may also be used for structures other than buildings provided appropriate allowances are made fur dynamic effects.|
|IS : 802 Part 1||Code of Practice for Use of Structural|
Steel In Overhead Transmission Line Towers, Part 1
Materials, Loads and Permissible Stresses, Section 1:
Materials and Loads
|It covers this stiindard stipulates materials and !oads to be adopted in the design
of sels supporting steel lattice towers for overhead transmission lines.
|IS : 802 Part 2||Code of Practice for Use of Structural|
Steel in Overhead Transmission Line Towers, Part 2:
Fabrication, Galvanizing, Inspection and Packing
|It covers this standard covers the provisions relating to the fabrication, galvanizing, inspection and packing requirements ofself-supporting iteellattice towers for overhead transmission lines.|
|IS : 803 : 1976||Code of Practice for Design Fabrication and. Erection of Vertical Mild Steel Cylindrical Welded Oil. Storage Tanks||It covers this code covers materials, design, fabrication, erection and testing requirements for mild. steel cylindrical welded oil storage ta,lks in various sizes and capacities, for erection above ground, for fised roof tanks & open roof tanks.|
|IS : 804 : 1967||Rectangular pressed steel tanks - Specifications||It covers the requirements for the materials, fabrication, erection and supply of rectangular pressed steel tanks used for the
storage of cold and hot water and certain other liquids under pressure not greater than the static head corresponding to the depth of the tank.
|IS :805 : 1968||Code of Practice for Use of Steel in Gravity Water Tanks||It covers this code covers materials, design, fabrication and testing requirements for mild steel gravity ‘water tanks for erection above ground.|
|IS : 806 : 1968||Code of Practice for Use of Steel Tubes In General Building Construction||It covers this code deals with the use of structural steel tubes in general
|IS : 807 : 2006||Code of Practice for Design, erection and testing (structural portion) of cranes and hoists||It covers this standard covers the code of practice for design, manufacture, erection and testing ( structure) of eot
cranes, goliath, shear legs and derricks.
|IS 808 : 1989||Dimensions for hot rolled steel beam, column, channel and angle sections||It covers this standard covers the nominal dimensions, mass, and sectional properties of hot rolled sloping flange beam and column sections, sloping and parallel flange channel sections, and equal and unequal leg angle sections.|
|IS : 811 : 1987||Cold Formed Light Gauge Structural Steel|
|It covers the requirements for corrosion protection for cold formed light gauge
open wall steel sections for structural and other general applications, having minimum thickness
of 1.25 mm.
|IS : 816||" Code of practice for use of metal arc|
welding for general construction in mild steel [MTD 12:
|It covers the use of metal arc welding io the de,iln add fabrication of steel struetures in geder.1 building coa.tnaction.|
|IS : 800||Code of Practice for general construction in Steel||It covers this standard applies to general construction using hot rolled steel sections joined using riveting,
bolting and welding
|IS : 6533 : 1989 (Part 1)||Code of Practice for Design and Construction of Steel Chimneys - Mechanical aspects||It covers this standard (part 1) covers design, construction, maintenance and inspection of mechanical aspects of steel chimneys.|
|IS : 6533 : 1989 (Part 2)||Code of Practice for Design and Construction of Steel Chimneys - Structural aspects (first revision)||It covers this standard covers terminology, loading, materials, structural design,
construction, inspection, maintenance and painting of both self-supporting and guyed steel
chimneys (with or without lining) and their supporting structures.
|IS 7205:1974||Safety Code for Erection of Structural Steel Work||It covers this ‘standard lays down the safety requirements for erection of
|IS 7215:1974||Tolerances for Fabrication of Steel Structures||It covers this standard covers tolerances on dimensions for fabrication of steel structures manufactured by riveting, bolting or welding.
|IS : 1239 Part 1||Code of practice for MS steel tubes||It covers the requirements for welded and seamless plain end or screwed and socketed steel tubes intended for use for water, non-hazardous gas, air and steam. this standard is applicable to tubes of size 6 mm nominal bore to 150mm nominal bore|
|IS : 2879||Mild steel for metal arc welding electrodes||It covers the requirements of mild steel billets, blooms, cast billet ingots & wire rods for metal arc welding electrods core wire.|
|IS : 1852||Rolling and cutting tolerances for hot|
rolled steel products
|It covers this standard lays down rolling and cutting tolerances for hot-rolled structural steel beams, channels, equal and unequal-leg angles, tee bars, bulb angles, round and square bars ( other than bars meant for fasteners ), flats, plates, strips and sheets rollecl from structural steels including medium and high strength steels.|
|IS : 3502||Steel Chequered Plates||It covers this standard covers the requirements for steel chequered plates, having raised figures at regular intervals on one surface of the plate|
|IS : 4260||Recommended practice for ultrasonic testing|
of butt welds in ferritic steel
|It covers this standard prescribes a method for ultrasonic testing and inspection of welds by direct contact pulse
echo reflection method. this method is applicable to material thickness over 5 mm
|IS : 12843|| Tolerances for erection of steel|
|It covers this standard covers tolerances on erection of steel structures of groups b and c categories|
|IS : 7307 Part 1||Approval tests for welding procedures,|
Part 1: fusion welding of steel
|It covers this standard ( part i ) specifies requirements for the approval testing of carbon, maganese stell.|
|IS : 7310 Part 1||Approval Tests for Welders Working to Approved Welding Procedures, Part I: Fusion Welding of|
|It covers this standard ( part i ) specifies requirements for the approval testing of welders to be engaged on the manual, semi-automatic or automatic fusion welding of structural steel or austenitic stainless steel fabrications, except castings, for hich an approved welding procedure is required.|