__Brass C Channel Weight:__

__Brass C Channel Weight:__

Enter the values of width, W_{(cm)}, flange thickness, T_{1(cm)}, height, H_{(cm)}, web thickness, T_{2(cm)} and length, L_{(cm)} to determine the value of weight of an brass C channel, W_{(g)}.

__Brass C Channel Weight:__

__Brass C Channel Weight:__

The C-shaped cross-section consists of a flat base with two parallel flanges extending upwards, which enhances its structural strength and makes it ideal for supporting loads in construction and engineering applications.

The weight of the channel is directly proportional to its overall size, including the width, height, thickness of the base, and thickness of the side walls, as well as the length of the channel. Brass has a high density, typically around 8.5 g/cm^{3}, which contributes significantly to the channel’s weight.

The C-shape is designed to optimize the distribution of material, providing strength and rigidity while minimizing unnecessary weight.

The weight of an brass C channel, W_{(g)} in grams is the sum of twice the product of the width, W_{(cm)} in centimetres and flange thickness, T_{1(cm)} in centimetres, plus the product of the height, H_{(cm)} in centimetres and web thickness, T_{2(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 brass C channel, W_{(g)} = (2 * W_{(cm)} * T_{1(cm)} + H_{(cm)} * T_{2(cm)}) * L_{(cm)} * d_{(g/cm3)}

W_{(g)} = weight in grams, g.

W_{(cm)} = width in centimetres, cm.

T_{1(cm)} = flange thickness in centimetres, cm.

T_{2(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/cm^{3}.

__Brass C Channel Weight Calculation:__

__Brass C Channel Weight Calculation:__

- A Brass C Channel has a width of 4 cm, a side wall thickness (T1) of 0.3 cm, a height (H) of 6 cm, a base thickness (T2) of 0.4 cm, a length of 100 cm, and a density of brass of 8.5 g/cm
^{3}. Calculate the weight of the C Channel.

Given: W_{(cm)} = 4cm, T_{1(cm)} = 0.3cm, T_{2(cm)} = 0.4cm, L_{(cm)} = 100cm, H_{(cm)} = 6cm,

d_{(g/cm3)} = 8.5g/cm^{3}.

Weight of an brass C channel, W_{(g)} = (2 * W_{(cm)} * T_{1(cm)} + H_{(cm)} * T_{2(cm)}) * L_{(cm)} * d_{(g/cm3)}

W_{(g)} = (2 * 4 * 0.3 + 6 * 0.4) * 100 * 8.5

W_{(g)} = (2.4 * 2.4) * 100 * 8.5

W_{(g)} = 4.8 * 100 * 8.5

W_{(g)} = 4080g.

- A Brass C Channel has a width of 4 cm, a height of 6 cm, side wall thickness of 0.5 cm, base thickness of 0.8 cm, and a density of brass 8.5g/cm
^{3}. The weight of the channel is 2040 g. Find the length of the channel.

Given: W_{(cm)} = 4cm, T_{1(cm)} = 0.5cm, T_{2(cm)} = 0.8cm, W_{(g)} = 2040g, H_{(cm)} = 6cm,

d_{(g/cm3)} = 8.5g/cm^{3}.

Weight of an brass C channel, W_{(g)} = (2 * W_{(cm)} * T_{1(cm)} + H_{(cm)} * T_{2(cm)}) * L_{(cm)} * d_{(g/cm3)}

L_{(cm)} = W_{(g)} / (2 * W_{(cm)} * T_{1(cm)} + H_{(cm)} * T_{2(cm)}) * d_{(g/cm3)}

L_{(cm)} = 2040 / (2 * 4 * 0.5 + 6 * 0.8) * 8.5

L_{(cm)} = 2040 / 8.8 * 8.5

L_{(cm)} = 27.27 cm.