 Do you know the weight calculation formula for steel, stainless steel (stainless steel)? The formula for calculating the weight of steel and stainless steel (Image source: internet)
If not, please refer to the following calculation:
 The formula for calculating the weight The symbols T: Thick; W: Wide; L: Long; A: Edge; A1: Edge 1; A2: Edge 2; I.D: Inside diameter; O.D: Outside diameter; Plate Weight (kg) = T (mm) x W (mm) x L (mm) x Density (g / cm3) Pipe Weight (kg) = 0.003141 x T (mm) x {O.D (mm) – T (mm)} x Density (g / cm3) x L (mm) Square Weight (kg) = [4 x T (mm) x A (mm) – 4 x T (mm) x T (mm)] x Density (g / cm3) x 0.001 x L (m) Rectangular Weight (kg) = [2 x T (mm) x {A1 (mm) + A2 (mm)} – 4 x T (mm) x T (mm)] x Density (g / cm3) x 0.001 x L (m) Flat bar Weight (kg) = 0.001 x W (mm) x T (mm) x Density (g / cm3) x L (m) Round bar Weight (kg) = 0.0007854 x O.D (mm) x O.D (mm) x Density (g / cm3) x L (m) Square bar Weight (kg) = 0.001 x W (mm) x W (mm) x Density (g / cm3) x L (m) Hexagon bar Weight (kg) = 0.000866 x I.D (mm) x Density (g / cm3) x L (m)
 PERFORMANCE OF STEEL AND STAINLESS STEEL Carbon steel 7.85 g/cm3 Stainless steel 201/202/301/302/303/304(L)/305/321 7.93 g/cm3 Stainless steel 309S/310S/316(L)/347 7.98 g/cm3 Stainless steel 405/410/420 7.75 g/cm3 Stainless steel 409/430/434 7.70 g/cm3

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