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Old March 30, 2013, 05:13 PM   #8
B.L.E.
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A cubic inch of steel weighs 0.278 pounds. Multiply the thickness X width X length to get cubic inches and then multiply by .278 to get weight in pounds.

Let's assume the steel is 6 inches by 10 inches, 6 X 10 X 1 = 60 cubic inches, 60 X 0.278 = 16.68 pounds.
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