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## How do you work out a rod in KG?

Multiply the total length of bar with the following unit weight. For, 10mm ø bar = 0.617 kg/m. 12mm ø bar = 0.888 kg/m.

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- 10mm ø bar = 0.188 kg/ft.
- 12mm ø bar = 0.270 kg/ft.
- 16mm ø bar = 0.480 kg/ft.
- 20mm ø bar = 0.750 kg/ft.
- 25mm ø bar = 1.172 kg/ft.

## How do you calculate rods?

Note: Length of TMT Steel rod will be 12 meters or 40 feet.

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Calculate the weight of the TMT rods in bundles as per size.

TMT Size | TMT Rods Per Bundle | TMT Weight Per Bundle |
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12mm (1 Bundle) | 5 | 53.4 Kg |

16mm (1 Bundle) | 3 | 56.88 Kg |

20mm (1 Bundle) | 2 | 59.2 Kg |

25mm (1 Bundle) | 1 | 46.2 Kg |

## What is the formula of steel weight?

Steel weight formula = πD*2/ 4 × L × density, where w = weight of steel, π = 3.14, D = diameter of Steel bar in mm, L= length of Steel bar =1m and density = 7850 kg/ m3.

## What is the formula for calculating material weight?

Once you have the measurements for the sectional area, length and density of your metal, you can now determine the weight using the following metal weight calculation formula: Weight (kg) = Sectional Area (mm2) x Length (m) x Density (g/cm^{3}) x 1/1,000.

## How do you calculate the weight of a steel rod?

If we put 1 meter length for each diameter of steel bar in the formula then we will get the unit weight.

- 6 mm ø bar = 6² x 1/162 = 0.222 kg/m.
- 8 mm ø bar = 8² x 1/162 = 0.395 kg/m.
- 10mm ø bar = 10² x 1/162 = 0.617 kg/m.
- 12mm ø bar = 12² x 1/162 = 0.888 kg/m.
- 16mm ø bar = 16² x 1/162 = 1.580 kg/m.

## How do you calculate steel weight in kg?

STEEL QUANTITY:

- Weight of bar in kg/meter should be calculated as (d
^{2}÷ 162) where’d’ is the diameter of bar in mm. - ‘L’ for column main steel in footing should be considered as minimum 30cm/as specified.
- For bent up bar add 0.42d in straight length of bar where’d’ is the clear depth of beam/slab.

## How do you determine the weight of a tie rod?

Calculating 10mm rod weight per metre we use the formula D^2L/162, if dia of steel is equal to 10mm, length of a steel rod 1 metre then 10mm rod weight per metre = (10×10×1)/162 =0.617 kgs, so 10mm rod weight per meter is 0.617 kgs.

## How do you find the weight of a cylinder rod?

To calculate the weight of steel bars:

- ROUND – dia. …
- ROUND – dia. …
- HEXAGON – size mm2 x 0.006798 = Weight in kilograms per metre.
- HEXAGON – size mm2 x 0.00457 = Weight in lbs. …
- SQUARE – Size mm2 x 0.000785 = Weight in kilograms per metre.
- SQUARE – Size mm2 x 0.00527 = Weight in lbs. …
- Feet to metres x 0.3048.

## What is the weight of a steel plate?

Steel Plate Thickness and Weight – Imperial Units

Nominal Size Thickness (inches) | Weight (lb/ft^{2}) |
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1 1/8 | 45.9 |

1 1/4 | 51.0 |

1 3/8 | 56.1 |

1 1/2 | 61.2 |

## What is the weight of steel in kg m3?

Unit Weights of Steel

The unit weight of steel is around 7850 kg/m3 or 7.85 g/cm3 or 490 lbs/ft3 or 13231 lbs/yd3.

## How do you calculate mild steel weight?

∴ Weight of steel plate = Volume of steel plate x Density of steel. Weight of steel plate = 0.07 x 7850 = 549.5 Kg. Similarly, you can calculate the weight of different thicknesses of steel plates.

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Example 2:

Thickness (mm) | Weight (Kg) |
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8 | 62.8 |

10 | 78.5 |

12 | 94.2 |

14 | 109.9 |

## How do you calculate the weight of Aluminium Rod?

To find out the total weight per unit of your aluminium extrusion simply multiply the kg/m by the length of the finished product.

## How is SS 304 weight calculated?

Typical thicknesses of stainless steel 304 and 304L are 3/16″, typical widths 48″ and 60″, and typical lengths 96″ and 120″. So, to calculate the weight of a strip mill stainless steel plate 304L that is 48″ wide, 96″ long, and 3/16″ or 0.1875″ thick, you’d calculate: Width * Length * Thickness * Density = Weight.

## How do you calculate weight in dimensions?

To calculate dimensional (DIM) weight, multiply the length, width, and height of a package, using the longest point on each side. Then, divide the cubic size of the package in inches by the DIM divisor to calculate the dimensional weight in pounds.