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A53/A36/304/316 Steel Densities

A53/A36/304/316 Steel Densities

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Does anyone have the Densities of A53, A36, 304SST & 316SST Steels?

Thanks,

CADArt

RE: A53/A36/304/316 Steel Densities

All listed above would be approximately 0.28 lbs/in3 at ambient temperature.

RE: A53/A36/304/316 Steel Densities

How close do you need them.
All plain steels are roughly 0.283 lb/cu in (7.84 g/cc3)
For 304 I use 0.285 (7.9)
And for 316 0.287(7.95)

You need a ref book.

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P.E. Metallurgy, Plymouth Tube

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