# ABS C Channel Weight Calculator, Formula, ABS C Channel Weight Calculation

## ABS C Channel Weight Calculator:

Enter the values of width, W(cm), flange thickness, T1(cm), height, H(cm), web thickness, T2(cm) and length, L(cm) to determine the value of weight of an ABS C channel, W(g).

 Enter Width: cm Enter Flange Thickness: cm Enter Web Thickness: cm Enter Height: cm Enter Length: cm Enter Density: g/cm3 Result – Weight: g

## ABS C Channel Weight Formula:

An ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) C channel is a versatile and durable structural component, often used in construction, industrial, and DIY projects.

The C channel is shaped like a “C” in cross-section, with two parallel flanges connected by a vertical web.

This shape provides excellent structural support and is commonly used in applications where strength and rigidity are needed while keeping the weight minimal.

The “C” shape of the channel, featuring two parallel flanges connected by a central web, provides excellent load-bearing capacity, making it ideal for use in frameworks, support structures, and reinforcements.

The open side of the “C” shape allows for easy attachment to other components, which is useful in modular constructions.

The weight of an ABS C channel, W(g) in grams is the sum of twice the product of the width, W(cm) in centimetres and flange thickness, T1(cm) in centimetres, plus the product of the height, H(cm) in centimetres and web thickness, T2(cm) in centimetres, all multiplied by the length, L(cm) in centimetres and the material density, d(g/cm3) in grams per cubic centimetres.

Weight of an ABS C channel, W(g) = (2 * W(cm) * T1(cm) + H(cm) * T2(cm)) * L(cm) * d(g/cm3)

W(g) = weight in grams, g.

W(cm) = width in centimetres, cm.

T1(cm) = flange thickness in centimetres, cm.

T2(cm) =  web thickness in centimetres, cm.

H(cm) = height in centimetres, cm.

L(cm) = length in centimetres, cm.

d(g/cm3) = density in grams per cubic centimetres, g/cm3.

### ABS C Channel Weight Calculation:

1. An ABS C channel has a width 4 cm, flange thickness 0.3 cm, height 6 cm, web thickness 0.4 cm, length 150 cm, and the density of ABS material is 1.04 g/cm3. Calculate the weight of the C channel.

Given: W(cm) = 4cm, T1(cm) = 0.3cm, T2(cm) = 0.4cm, L(cm) = 150cm, H(cm) = 6cm,

d(g/cm3) = 1.04g/cm3.

Weight of an ABS C channel, W(g) = (2 * W(cm) * T1(cm) + H(cm) * T2(cm)) * L(cm) * d(g/cm3)

W(g) = (2 * 4 * 0.3 + 6 * 0.4) * 150 * 1.04

W(g) = (2.4 * 2.4) * 150 * 1.04

W(g) = 4.8 * 150 *1.04

W(g) = 748.8g.

2. An ABS C channel has a width 5 cm, flange thickness 0.5 cm, height 8 cm, web thickness 0.6 cm, and the density of ABS material is 1.04 g/cm3. If the channel weighs 2080 g, calculate the length.

Given: W(cm) = 5cm, T1(cm) = 0.5cm, T2(cm) = 0.6cm, W(g) = 2080g, H(cm) = 8cm,

d(g/cm3) = 1.04g/cm3.

Weight of an ABS C channel, W(g) = (2 * W(cm) * T1(cm) + H(cm) * T2(cm)) * L(cm) * d(g/cm3)

L(cm) = W(g) / (2 * W(cm) * T1(cm) + H(cm) * T2(cm)) * d(g/cm3)

L(cm) = 2080 / (2 * 5 * 0.5 + 8 * 0.6) * 1.04

L(cm) = 2080 / 9.8 *1.04

L(cm) = 200cm.