WTC steel

NEED A METALLURGIST

We are seeking the assistance of a metallurgist or other professional to analyze samples taken from a cache of WTC steel wreckage.

I am updating this entry since accessing the steel cache on June 2, 2011 and obtaining 16 samples and 50 additional photos.

The samples include rust, SFRM fireproofing, steel shards, concrete, slag, dust and maybe some paint.

Some of the items have SAVE NIST or ASTANEH painted on them. Check out the weird evaporation of the top flange and discoloration on the web.

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One of the pieces may be a match for a WTC7 girder seen in this 1985 construction photo. Compare the piece that the samples were taken from.

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World Trade Center Steel Hauled Back to New York

GAITHERSBURG, Md. -- Police escorted a procession of trucks hauling steel from the World Trade Center towers out of the area Tuesday morning.

For the past three years, the steel had been at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, where the events of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks were reconstructed. The steel is being taken back to New York City.

Read more here.