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# MS angle calculation per meter perkg

03/21/2011 2:20 PM

Please tell weight of 75x75x6 and 45x45x6 MS angle weight in one meter..

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### Re: MS angle calculation per meter perkg

03/21/2011 2:30 PM

Density x volume.

Look up density in density table, and calculate volume of material. Multiply.

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### Re: MS angle calculation per meter perkg

03/21/2011 5:04 PM

MS angle 75x75x6 weighs 6.8 kg/m.

MS angle 45x45x6 weighs 4.0 kg/m.

This information was easily found using a quick google search of your question. Any good steel company has all this information posted on their website, and in their literature.

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### Re: MS angle calculation per meter perkg

03/27/2011 3:45 AM

Any mild steel section you can compute the weight by the following method.

Take a centre line length of the section multiply with thickness again multiply with density of the section. Then the value should be round off to the nearest.

Example:

For ISA 75*75*6 - (2*.069)*.006*7840

= 6.77kg/m.

Round off to 6.8kg/m.

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### Re: MS angle calculation per meter perkg

03/28/2011 4:07 AM

Any mild steel section you can compute the weight by the following method.

Take a centre line length of the section multiply with thickness again multiply with density of the section. Then the value should be round off to the nearest.

Example:

For ISA 75*75*6 - (2*0.072)*0.006*7840

= 6.77kg/m.

Round off to 6.8kg/m.

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