Weight of steel?
What is the weight of steel in one meter cube equal 78.5 kN
Calculation for weight of steel. Volume of Steel Rod(Vs)= (pi*d*d)/4*l.where pi= 3.14 d Diameter of bra= 8 mm in this case l length of bar = 1 m so, Volume of steel = ((3.14*0.008*0.008)/4)*1 =0.00005024 m3 Weight of steel = volume of steel * unit weight of steel Unit weight of steel = 7850 kg/m3 Weight of steel = 0.00005024* 7850 = 0.394 kg/m
when you need to find mass or weight of 80mm thick mild steel plate then just measure it's length and width and multiply by it's mass or weight per sqm. volume of steel = 2.5x1.25x.08 = 0.25 cub.m assuming your steel to be mild steel (if the steel is different then place appropriate density for it and you need to workout as below) density of mild steel= 7850 kg/m3 mass of steel = 0.25x7850 =…
The calculation of quantity of steel in a beam is steel quantity is equal to 1 percent of concrete quantity. Another way to measure it is steel quantity is found by multiplying number of bars by length of one bar by unit weight of steel where the unit weight of steel is d up to 2 divided by 162, d minus is the diameter of the bar.
Weight= mass*acceleration due gravitation, in short W=mg which means there is no specific weight of stainless steel, the more you take, the more it weighs. You take some of it and put it on a weight machine it would show the weight. Stainless steel doesn't come in a fixed shape, it depends on you how much you need. Again remember, the more you take, the more it weighs. Hope this helps.