Flange theory weight calculation

- Dec 08, 2017 -

The theoretical weight of the flange is the weight deduced from the specification of the flange. Generally, the weight of a single piece is multiplied by the number of pieces to obtain the total weight. As long as it is used for some goods with fixed and uniform specifications, the shape is regular and the density is uniform, and the weight of each piece is about the same.

Our common theoretical weight formula and raw materials are:

Weight = Volume * Density
Bar: kg = π (3.14) * r (radius) * r (radius) * l (length) / 1000000 (unit) * ρ (density)
Sheet: kg = l (length) * w (width) * h (height) / 1000000 (unit) * ρ (density)
Bar: kg = π (3.14) * t Wall thickness * (d OD - t wall thickness) * l (tube length) / 1000000 (unit) * ρ (density)
The following is a commonly used profile simplification formula (density at 7.85 cm / g * 3) calculation
Angle: Weight per meter = 0.00785 * (width + width - edge thickness) * Thick side
Round bar: Weight per meter = 0.00617 * Diameter * Diameter (rebar and round bar are the same)
Flat steel: weight per meter = 0.00785 * thickness * width

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