# The formula for calculating the weight of steel and stainless steel

Do you know the weight calculation formula for steel, stainless steel (stainless steel)?
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 steel201/202/301/302/303/304(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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