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What is the weight of steel in one meter cube equal 78.5 kN

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Volume of steel x density of steel = weight of steel

How do you calculate steel weight without using steel table book?

density of steel * volume of steel

what is the weight per cubic inch of W50 steel

Calculation for weight of steel.Volume of Steel Rod(Vs)= (pi*d*d)/4*l.where pi= 3.14d Diameter of bra= 8 mm in this casel length of bar = 1 mso,Volume of steel = ((3.14*0.008*0.008)/4)*1=0.00005024 m3Weight of steel = volume of steel * unit weight of steelUnit weight of steel = 7850 kg/m3Weight of steel = 0.00005024* 7850= 0.394 kg/m

weight of all steel can be calculated by multiplying unit volume with density.

unit weight of steel is 490 lbs/cft or 7800 kg/cum

The density of steel is 7850 KG/M3

how to calculate the weight of structural steel its size is 500*150 and its thickness is 5mm

unit weight of that steel bar multiplied by its total length

unit Weight of steel is calculated by a formula "D^2/162.162" for example you have a steel of dia 12mm, its unit weight will be (12x12)/(162.162) = 0.888 Kg/m

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Mild steel weight .2833 lbs. per cubic inch.

measure it

Length x width x thickness x density = weight of steel sheet

The empty weight of a 100 cubic foot steel SCUBA tank is approximately 33lbs.

what is the weight od 25x25x3 mm mild steel angle per meter

DxD/162 this is the formula for finding unit weight of steel

Steel - strength Aluminum - light weight

1m3 of steel is the same as the first answer 7840Kg.

To calculate the weight of a given amount of steel in the metric system you simply multiply the volume of steel in cubic meters times the SG of steel (typically 7.85 but it varies slightly depending on the type of steel). The answer will be in metric tonnes or MT.

what is the deformed steel bar weight per meter of 1/2 inch diameter pls.

V= 529+tgy-ur/gay. = steel

yes.................... as the molecular weight of steel is more than water, steel definitely sinks in water.

It is measured the same way as the weight of reinforcing steel.