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rahul gopinath
How to find the weight of Steel Angle 90 x 90 x 6mm? View All

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Raju
weight of steel angle per meter = ( 90 +(90 -6)) X 6 X 1e-6 X 1 X 7850 KG.

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Azwan_Mech

Weight = Cross Section Area x Length of angle x Density of material
Cross Section Area = (90 x 6) + (84 x 6) = 1044 mm sqr = 1.044 x 10-3 m sqr
Density of mild steel = 7,861 kg/m³
Standard length of angle = 6 m

Weight = (1.044 x 10e-3) x 6 x 7861 = 49.24 Kg

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