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Sunday, April 22, 2012

Units of Mass


Being a construction engineer we are very often used to measure weight of steel is either Kilogram (Kg) or Metric ton (t). If kilogram is further divided we may know it is grams. If gram is further divided we may not know the units.

Some of the unit of mass are gram (gm), micro gram (µg), milligram (mg), centigram (cm), decigram (dg), dekagram (dag), hectogram (hg), kilogram (kg), mega-gram (Mg) or metric ton (t), grain, pennyweight (dwt), ounce (oz), pound (lb), dram (dr), short & long hundredweight (cwt), short & long ton, scruple (s), carat (c), gamma (y).

It is very interesting if we know other industry how they are measuring. Other than Metric unit of mass are as follows

Troy Mass (Used for measure Gold & Silver)
Avoirdupois Mass (Used for goods / based on pounds)
Apothecaries Mass ( Used in Pharmacy)
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Sunday, April 15, 2012

Unit Weight of ISDT

Indian Standard Rolled Deep Legged Tee

In continuation with my earlier posts of Tee section and ISNT, let us see about the ISDT. This is similar to Normal tee bar, However the legs are dissimilar ( Height and Width are not Equal). It is having only two sizes. ISDT 100 & ISDT 150. Unit Weights are as Follows

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For More Details about Indian Standards of Rolled Steel Click Steel

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