How Much Is Deku Lifting here

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#1  Edited By joshua755

I always thought this feat was not looked at as this is the first time we see Deku Lifting something like this and it can give us insight in his strength as of now but I am not good at calc and stuff like that lol so I just want to know is this impressive for him

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Steel beams of that size are like 400-500lbs

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@dadpool: really? it looks more like a ton to me. Although I'm almost positive it's more than 4 to 5 hundred

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@vjbthe3 said:

@dadpool: really? it looks more like a ton to me. Although I'm almost positive it's more than 4 to 5 hundred

Well with inertia the feat is probably more impressive than 500lbs.

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#6  Edited By TheHercules

Less than Superman

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#7  Edited By NWName  Online

Roughly 8 cm thick, 21 cm wide 280 cm long. Considering its shape thats around 1.1 metric tons with one arm even using the largest depiction in any of those panels. For %5(or was it %20) thats overwhelmingly underwhelming.

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@jashro44: I mean the I beam itself looks like more than 500. I say this as a man who's lifted and weighed an i beam before when scraping metal. But if he's like a construction worker or something he provably knows better

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@vjbthe3: That beam is unusually thick tho.

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#10  Edited By Dadpool

@vjbthe3: Yeah, the feat itself if probably more than 500lbs, but beams of that size can be carried with the help of 3 people(average).

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#12  Edited By NWName  Online

@joshua755: Still thats really weird considering his other feats. Maybe OfA % works logarithmically or something. His %100 feats are leagues above his %5 feats x20.

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#13  Edited By Dadpool

@joshua755: Deku was using 8% when he fought Gentle.

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@joshua755: Yes, Deku has always used 8% since the Bakugo fight.

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#16  Edited By MajinBlackheart  Moderator

As someone who has worked in construction most of my long life, I'll tell you right now without looking anything up that a steel girder is way more than 500 lbs. It's not even something you'll see men picking up even in a team. Cranes are involved with ones that size. You don't frame a high rise with small gauge stuff.

I'm thinking if that's 16' long it's probably around 1600 lbs.

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#17 MajinBlackheart  Moderator

And yes, the flange thickness on that seems very thick but I assume that's just artistic.

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Here is a better scan for it's full size. After looking at this, I guess it could weight more than 500lbs. Not sure about it being a ton though.

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#19  Edited By MajinBlackheart  Moderator

@dadpool: A standard beam of the smallest size is about 40 lbs a foot which already puts that above 500 lbs of it's 16' long. Those are used for support. That's a structural girder and a big one at that (probably 18" x 36"). It should be around 100 lbs a foot, at minimum 80.

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#20 MajinBlackheart  Moderator

But I agree less than a ton. I'm American so a ton to me is 2,000 lbs.

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@dadpool: i thought he always start at 5 and go 8 percent and higher when he needs to

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@dadpool: thanks for clearing that up man

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#23 MajinBlackheart  Moderator

Also there should be online calculators for this. Just Google 'I beam weight calculator' and plug in your estimated lengths and thicknesses.

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@joshua755: Np, I think this scan can help:

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5B couldn't be reffering to 5% Deku because Bakugo blitzed him. They are probably reffering to 8% Deku with 20% air blast because.

Also there should be online calculators for this. Just Google 'I beam weight calculator' and plug in your estimated lengths and thicknesses.

Thanks for the info.

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Interesting

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Midoriya, when he was training (before eating AMs hair) could give Muscle Might (562 lbs) a piggy back. If he's seriously only capable of lifting something around 1600 lbs at 8% then I'm extremely disappointed. He should be lifting more than this with ease at this point IMO.

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@rizaadxn: well that's different for two reasons

1.) That requires both legs which are >>>>>>>> 1 arm in terms in strength

2.) Dead weight is much harder to lift than a person.

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@daruma: ik, but IMO it's still kinda disappointing.

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@daruma: Still makes no sense. He was semi-matching Muscular who was pushing him inside solid stone.

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At least a few hunder kg , maybe a ton.