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    Lightbulb Weight per running meter for round steel bars






    I know that you can easily calculate the weight per running meter of a round steel bar, or you can easily collect from these tables ...




    Diameter, mm Weight of steel per meter length
    (weight per running metre), kg
    Number of meters per tonne
    5 0,154 6493,51
    5,5 0,186 5376,34
    6 0,222 4504,5
    6,3 0,245 4081,63
    6,5 0,26 3846,15
    7 0,302 3311,26
    8 0,395 2531,65
    9 0,499 2004,01
    10 0,616 1623,38
    11 0,746 1340,48
    12 0,888 1126,13
    13 1,04 961,54
    14 1,21 826,45
    15 1,39 719,42
    16 1,58 632,91
    17 1,78 561,8
    18 2 500
    19 2,23 448,43
    20 2,47 404,86
    21 2,72 367,65
    22 2,98 335,57
    23 3,26 306,75
    24 3,55 281,69
    25 3,85 259,74
    26 4,17 239,81
    27 4,5 222,22
    28 4,83 207,04
    29 5,18 193,05
    30 5,55 180,18
    31 5,92 168,92
    32 6,31 158,48
    33 6,71 149,03
    34 7,13 140,25
    35 7,55 132,45
    36 7,99 125,16
    37 8,44 118,48
    38 8,9 112,36
    39 9,38 106,61
    40 9,86 101,42


    But I ll give you a quick formulas to calculate the weight for any bar diameter immediately in a second ..


    Weight per running foot in (lb/ft) = 2.6729 x D2
    Weight per running inch in (lb/in) = 0.22274 x D2

    Where D = Diameter in inches

    &
    Weight per running meter (kg/m') = 0.617 x D2Where D = Diameter in centimeters


    Try it and compare your results with the above tables






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    Last edited by Mr Engineer; 12-04-2012 at 07:17 AM.

 

 

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