NIST Claims To Have No Steel Samples From WTC7

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FEMA: World Trade Center 7 Steel Samples Show Severe Damage Due To A High Temperature Corrosion Attack Which Melted The Steel

http://wtc.nist.gov/media/gallery.htm#recover


An Initial Microstructural Analysis of A36 Steel from WTC Building 7:

http://www.tms.org/pubs/journals/JOM/0112/Biederman/Biederman-0112.html


SEAoNY Summary of Identified WTC Steel Pieces at Salvage Yards as of March 15, 2002:

http://911research.wtc7.net/mirrors/guardian2/wtc/WTC_apndxD_sheet.htm


Appendix C of the FEMA Report examines a WTC7 steel sample.

This WTC7 steel sample is currently unaccounted for. No public information regarding the location of this steel samples is available. http://missingsteel.blogspot.com


"no steel was recovered from WTC 7"

- NCSTAR 1-3, page iii


"no steel from the building was recovered"

- NCSTAR 1-3, page xxxvii


"no steel was recovered from WTC 7"

- NCSTAR 1-3, page xliv


"no steel from WTC 7 was recovered from the site"

- NCSTAR 1-3, page 1


"NIST recovered no steel from WTC 7"

- NCSTAR 1-3, page 114


"No metallography could be carried out because no steel was recovered from WTC 7"

- NCSTAR 1-3, page 115


"Because NIST recovered no steel from WTC 7, it is not possible to make any statements about its quality."

- NCSTAR 1-3D, page 273


"no steel was recovered from WTC 7"

- NCSTAR 1-3E, page 37


"No steel from WTC 7 has been identified from the pieces of recovered WTC steel in NIST's possession... Properties were estimated from available test data in the literature."

- NIST June 2004 Progress Report (Volume 1, Page 17)

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