Q: What does the w stand for in 44w?

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The equation for the perimeter is: 2(L + W) = 88m ie L + W = 44m So that L = 44 - W Then area = L*W = 480 m2 is equivalents to (44 - W)*W = 480 Or W2 - 44W + 480 = 0 which gives W = 20 or W = 24 if W = 20 then L = 24 and if W = 24 the L = 20 However, since conventionally, L>W, L = 24m, W = 20m

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W = F x d W = Work F = Force d = Distance

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There isn't a different in A36 steel and 44W steel grade 300w. The 44W is the Canadian version of America's A36. Both are a mild steel.

There may be no difference at all. In structural steel, 44W is a perfornamce rating (minimum yield strength 44,000psi). 1020 is steel chemistry (non-alloyed steel with 2.0% carbon). Quite often 44W is 1018 (1.8% carbon) or 1020 in composition. If your steel dealer is selling you 44W, ask about the composition.

44W is the Canadian version of America's A36. 44W is also listed as CSA-G40.21.Mechanical Properties 44W/300W:Tensile: 65 to 85 ksiYield: 44 ksi minElongation: 20% min in 8" 23% min in 2"Mechanical Properties A36:Tensile: 58 to 80 ksiYield: 36 ksi minElongation: 18% min in 8" 21% min in 2" (for plates wider than 24")

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The equation for the perimeter is: 2(L + W) = 88m ie L + W = 44m So that L = 44 - W Then area = L*W = 480 m2 is equivalents to (44 - W)*W = 480 Or W2 - 44W + 480 = 0 which gives W = 20 or W = 24 if W = 20 then L = 24 and if W = 24 the L = 20 However, since conventionally, L>W, L = 24m, W = 20m

44W is the Canadian version of America's A36. 44W is also listed as CSA-G40.21. Mechanical Properties 44W/300W:Tensile: 65 to 85 ksiYield: 44 ksi minElongation: 20% min in 8" 23% min in 2" Mechanical Properties A36:Tensile: 58 to 80 ksiYield: 36 ksi minElongation: 18% min in 8" 21% min in 2" (for plates wider than 24")

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