# MS Square Bar Weight And Size Chart PDF

### MS Square Bar

MS Square Bars are used in a lot of engineering components, in forging industries, for grill fencing, in the construction of bridges and in any type of steel structures and tools.

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#### How to calculate the weight of a square bar

As we know a square bar is long, square ms bars come in different sizes like 10mm, 12mm, 14mm, 16mm, 17mm, 20mm, 25mm, 32mm, 40mm, 42mm, 50mm, 53mm, 56mm and 63mm.

How to calculate the weight of the square bar, we are using some formulas to calculate the weight.

The weight of a mild steel square bar can be calculated as,

Weight = 0.007850 S^2,

Where S= side of the square bar in mm,
W = weight of square bar in kg/m.

How to calculate the weight of a square bar:- we are using some formulas which are given here,

1) ms square bar – side.mm2 × 0.00785kg/m, this formula is used to calculate the weight of MS square bar in Kilogram per meter

2) ms square bar – side.mm2 × 0.005274 lb/ft, this formula is used to calculate the weight of MS square bar in pounds per foot

3) ms square bar – side.mm2 × 0.002392 kg/ft, this formula is used to calculate the weight of MS square bar in kilograms per foot.

#### MS square bar weight calculation formula

There is different types of formulas are used to calculate the weight of an MS square bar, MS square bar is the most important construction material widely used in various project in Industrial and commercial, so people want to know the formula for the weight of a square bar and try to found out the weight of square bar formula of MS bar.

The Unit Weight of a square bar is defined ratio of the Unit Weight to its volume, measured in kg/m3, representing the weight of 1 cubic meter of MS square bar is about 7850kg, so the Unit Weight of the square bar in cubic meter is about 7850kg/m3.

If it is measured in pounds per foot (lb/ft3), then their unit weight is 490lb/m3.

MS square bar weight calculation formula, we should take derivation, Area of square bar = S^2, where S is the side of the square bar, taking H as the height of the bar, then its volume is equal to S^2 × H.