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chart with the mulitplying factor for steel types
by Karen Revard on 10/27/05 at 10:14:14

I have been looking to find a chart or conversion table that will indicate the multiplying factor for different steel types. Please help!


Re: chart with the mulitplying factor for steel ty
by Robert Fogt on 10/28/05 at 04:54:12

What do you mean by the multiplying factor?


Re: chart with the mulitplying factor for steel ty
by Karen Revard on 10/28/05 at 08:23:43

::) when figuring out the peice weight you would multiply the gauge x width x length x (type of steel multiplying factor) = weight of one peice. such as hot rolled steel's multiplying factor is .29 I need a chart for different steel types such as Stainless -- bronze -- copper -- etc...


Re: chart with the mulitplying factor for steel ty
by Robert Fogt on 10/30/05 at 02:32:21

I could not find anything like that searching. Is there some other name for it?

You could do all that knowing the density, but it would be a much longer way to do it.

1. convert gauge to thickness in meters
2. multiply thickness * length * width (in meters) to get cubic meters
3. multiply cubic meters * kilogram/cubic meter density to get kilograms.

Not as simple as the method you are looking for.


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