Processing...

`"Weight"_"Slab" = "weight"_"concrete" + "weight"_"rebar"`

Enter a value for all fields

The **Weight of a Slab with Rebar** calculator estimates the weight of a rectangular slab including rebar (if used).

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Choose units and enter the following:* Rebar Grid - One Mat*

- (
**L**) Length of Slab - (
**W**) Width of Slab - (
**D**) Depth of Slab - (
**rS**) Size of Rebar (none, 2-11,14,18) - (
**i**) Rebar Inset from the edge of the slab. - (
**oC**) on-center spacing of the rebar (default 18") - (
**M**) Number of rebar mats. - (
**rL**) length of the uncut rebar sticks - (
**LF**) Lapping Factor for rebar splices.

**Weight of Slab with Rebar:** The calculator returns the total weight in short tons (tons_us). However, this can be automatically converted into other weight units via the pull-down menu. The calculator also returns:

- Total weight of slab (concrete and rebar) in short tons
- Weight of Rebar in slab in pounds
- Weight of Concrete only in short tons.
- Volume of Concrete in the slab in cubic yards (this accounts for the concrete displace by rebar if any).

- Compute the
**Length of Rebar**needed for a slab. - Compute the
**Weight of Rabar**in a slab. - Compute the
**Surface Area**of a slab. - Compute the
**Surface Area of Concrete Forms**. - Compute the
**Volume of Concrete**in a slab. - Compute the
**Total Weight of a Slab with Rebar** - Spanish Version:
**Calculadora de Barras de Refuerzo**

The volume of concrete in the slab is defined by a length, width and a depth. Furthermore, the user chooses a rebar size including “none” to indicate no rebar. For rebar spacing, the user enters an on-center value in inches (defaulted at 18") , and an inset (default 3”) to designate the distance from the side of the slab to the first courses in the rebar grid. The user also specifies the number of mats (grids). Based on the rebar specs, the calculator computes the length, weight and volume of rebar in the slab. The total length of rebar is then multiplied by the pounds per inch based on the size of the rebar (3-11,14,18). The total volume of the concrete is multiplied by the unit weight constant (see constants) and the two are added together and converted to pounds or tons per the users designation. Finally, the weight is reduced by the volume of concrete displaced by any rebar.

Note: The actual weight may vary due to different types and consistencies of concrete and other factors. This equation is intended as an estimate only.