The names of steel standards vary widely across the globe. Here are some steel standard names from major countries and regions:

  1. China:
    • China’s steel standards mainly start with GB (GuoBiao, meaning national standard), such as GB/T13304-1991, GB/T1591-1994, etc. These specific standards cover the production, quality, and inspection requirements of various steel products.
  2. United States:
    • ANSI (American National Standards Institute): Designation + Letter Category + Number + Year of Approval. The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) has also issued a series of steel standards, such as ASTM A36 (standard for carbon structural steel).
  3. Europe:
    • German Standard (DIN): Designation + Number + Year of Approval. For example, DIN EN 10025 specifies the technical delivery conditions for structural steel.
    • British Standard (BS): Designation + Number + Year of Establishment. BS EN 10025 is also a standard for structural steel.
    • French Standard (NF): Designation + Letter Category + Sub-category + Number + Year of Establishment. French steel standards also follow similar naming conventions.
    • European Unified Standard (EN): Europe also adopts a series of unified steel standards starting with EN, such as EN 10025-2.
  4. Japan:
    • Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS): JIS G3101 is a commonly used standard for structural steel materials, while JIS G3112 is for steel reinforcement materials. Others, such as JIS G3131 and JIS G3141, apply to different types of steel.
  5. Other Countries:
    • Australian Standard (AS): Designation + Letter Category + Number + Year of Establishment.
    • Canadian National Standard (CSA): Designation + Developing Organization Code + Original Number + Year of Establishment.
    • Korean Standard (KS): Designation + Number + Year of Approval. Korean steel standards also have their specific naming conventions.

Please note that the above are only examples of steel standard names and naming conventions from some countries and regions. Due to the vast number and constant updates of global steel standards, it is recommended to refer to the latest official information in practical applications.

Meanwhile, for specific standard content and requirements, it is advisable to directly consult the relevant standard documents or professionals for accurate information.