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Density of SECC (JIS G 3313)?

Density of SECC (JIS G 3313)?

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Could you provide the density of SECC (Cold rolled, zinc-galvanized steel plate)? I don't have the standard of JIS G 3313.

Thanks!

RE: Density of SECC (JIS G 3313)?

You wouldn't find the mass density in the standard.  For low carbon steels like this, a standard figure is 7.87 · 103 kg/m3.

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Cory

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RE: Density of SECC (JIS G 3313)?

(OP)
Thanks, Cory. Probabaly I need to add 20 g/m2 zinc coating to 7.87x103 kg/m3.

Nava

RE: Density of SECC (JIS G 3313)?

The thickness variation on sheet metal will overwhelm any contribution from the zinc coating.

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Cory

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