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Kilogram is a unit of mass, not of length.

Kilogram is a unit of mass, not of length.

Kilogram is a unit of mass, not of length.

Kilogram is a unit of mass, not of length.

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kg = 6.16546 x width mm x OD2 x bore2 ---- 1000000

Calculate the length of steel you are going to use the building and muliply the length with unit weight of the steel.ex: 12 m 25mm steel weight is12 x 3.85 =46.2 kg3.85 kg/m is the unit weight of 25mm bar

weight and length of steel bar ~6

Theoretical weight of steel, a unit of measurement is kilograms (kg). The basic formula is: W (weight, kg) = F (basal area mm2) × L (length, m) × ρ (density, g/cm3) × 1 / 1000 Steel density: 7.85g/cm3

To calculate the weight of a length of steel rod, you require two other pieces of information:densityradiusThe density of mild steel is 7850 kg/m3 however alloy steels can have densities of up to 8050 kg/m3To calculate the weight of the steel rod, you must first calculate it's mass.Mass = Density x VolumeCross sectional Area (CSA) = pi x radius2Volume = length x CSAThe weight of the bar is equal to it's mass multiplied by gravitational acceleration (g).Therefore the weight of the bar of length L equals:Weight = g x density x pi x radius2 x LWhere:Weight (N)g = 9.82 ms-2density = 7850 to 8050 kg/m3radius (m)L = length (m)

12mm rod

the volume of a steel sheet plate is < length *breath *height >

50X50X2.5mm 6mtr length how to calculate the per mtr weight

unit weight of that steel bar multiplied by its total length

Calculate the volume first by multiplying the cross sectional area with length.Multiply the volume with density of mild steel which will give the weight.The density of Mild steel is 7850 kg/ m3e.gCalculate the weight of 2 m rod having cross sectional area of 5 m2Volume = 2x5 = 10 m3Weight = 10 x 7850 = 78500 kgBe specific that same units are used all around the calculations.

Weight per metre length= 0.559 kg

1.58 kg

first you calculate Kg/m then you get 0.127 then you calculate 1 bar weight 11.75m(kg) you get 1.49225, so the final answer is 2400

Weight of 60x60x6mm Angle is 5.4 kg/m. So, 4 metre length, it will be 21.6 kg Total.

Ignore the zinc content. Just calculate the volume of steel in the given type (e.g schedule 40), size and length of pipe and multiply by the density of that grade of steel.

Length X Width X Depth = volume

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

3 KG / Meter

M 25

volume of steel multiplied by7850= wt of steel in kgs. Please note that wt of 1 Cum steel is 7850 kg Volume of steel bar can be calculated = cross-sectional area of bar X length cross-sectional area of Bar= pie x d X d/4 (where d is diameter of bar)

Measure the mass (in kilograms) and length (in metres) of the strip. Divide the first by the other.

it would depend entirely on the rebar design.....

200 kg of steel. Steel is denser than aluminum (so, more stuff to heat in 200 kg of steel than in 200 kg of aluminum), and 200 kg is twice as much as 100 kg (so, more stuff to heat in 200 kg of steel than in 100 kg.)

Use this equation.. 0.0062*(Diameter Square) = Wt in Kg of steel/meter Length. For 14mm steel 0.0062*14*14 = 1.2152 Kg per running meter Arun Sudhakaran

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