# ABS Square Angle Weight Calculator, Formula, ABS Square Angle Weight Calculation

## ABS Square Angle Weight Calculator:

Enter the vales of width, W(cm), thickness of the tube, T(cm) and Length, L(cm) to determine the value of Weight, W(g).

 Enter Width: cm Enter Thicknes: cm Enter Length: cm Enter Density: g/cm3 Result – Weight : g

## ABS Square Angle Weight Formula:

The weight of an ABS square angle is primarily determined by the material’s density. ABS, being a thermoplastic polymer, has a relatively low density compared to metals, making it lightweight. The density of ABS is typically around 1.04 g/cm3. This low density makes ABS square angles suitable for applications where weight savings are crucial.

A square angle is a structural shape with two legs that meet at a 90-degree angle, forming an “L” shape.

The weight of the square angle depends on the cross-sectional dimensions (width and thickness of the legs) and the length of the angle.

The larger the cross-sectional area and the longer the angle, the more material is used, and hence, the heavier the angle will be.

The moment of inertia is a measure of an object’s resistance to bending or torsion. For a square angle, the moment of inertia depends on the distribution of material around its centroid.

A higher moment of inertia indicates greater resistance to bending under load. This is important in structural applications where the square angle may need to support significant weight without bending.

Weight, W(g) in grams equals the difference between the square of width, W(cm) in centimetres and the square of the difference between width, W(cm) and thickness of the tube, T(cm) in centimetres then divided by 2 and multiplied by Length, L(cm) in centimetres and density of the ABS material, d(g/cm3) in grams per cubic centimetre.

Weight, W(g) = ( [ W2(cm) – (W(cm)– T(cm))2 ] / 2 ) * L(cm) * d(g/cm3)

W(g) = weight in grams, g.

W(cm) = width in centimetres, cm.

T(cm) = thickness in centimetres, cm.

L(cm) = length in centimetres, cm.

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

ABS Square Angle Weight Calculation:

1. An ABS square angle has a width of 6 cm, thickness of 0.8 cm, length of 150 cm, and the density of ABS plastic is 1.04 g/cm3. Calculate the weight of the angle.

Given: W(cm) = 6cm, T(cm) = 0.8cm, L(cm) = 150cm, d(g/cm3) = 1.04g/cm3.

Weight, W(g) = ( [ W2(cm) – (W(cm)– T(cm))2 ] / 2 ) * L(cm) * d(g/cm3)

W(g) = ([62 – (6 – 0.8)2] / 2 ) * 150 * 1.04

W(g) = (8.96 / 2) * 150 * 1.04

W(g) = 4.48 * 150 * 1.04

W(g) = 698.8g.

1. An ABS square angle has a side length 8 cm, wall thickness 1.2 cm, material density 0.0012 g/cm3 and the angle weighs 432g. Calculate the length of the angle.

Given: W(cm) = 8cm, T(cm) = 1.2cm, W(g) = 432g, d(g/cm3) = 0.0012g/cm3.

Weight, W(g) = ( [ W2(cm) – (W(cm)– T(cm))2 ] / 2 ) * L(cm) * d(g/cm3)

L(cm) = W(g) / ( [ W2(cm) – (W(cm)– T(cm))2 ] / 2 ) * d(g/cm3)

L(cm) = 432 / ([82 – (8 – 1.2)2]) * 0.0012

L(cm) = 432 / 8.88 * 0.0012

L(cm) = 40555.56cm.