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Insufficient data to answer, a cubic yard is a measure of volume (3feet x 3feet x 3feet); whereas a ton is a measure of mass/weight (2000 pounds). Different materials have dif…ferent weights. A "yard" of feathers will weigh a lot less than a "yard" of mud. A cubic yard in shiping is counted as a ton.
This web site has a calculator to determine how many cu yards and tons one needs of limestone "traffic bond". http://www.rwmillerandsons.com/prod04.htm Using that calc…ulator (and changing numbers until I got 1 ton) the calculator says I would need .66 cu yards.
3 tons approx.
Approximately one ton, it depends how dry it is, and can depend on the kind of sand it is, but generally you figure about a ton. A cubic yard of water weighs 1,674 lbs. , or 6…2 lbs per a cubit foot which contains approx 7.? gallons which weighs 8.33 lbs.
Approximately 20 for dry sand. It varies a little depending on how fine the grains are.
It will depend on type of sand ie fine,medium,coarse one cu mt per ton of sand will range between 1.4 ton to 2 ton
1 cubic meter of fine sand is equal to 1.25 tons
It depends. Is it: Sand, wet, packed Sand, dry Sand, loose Sand, rammed Sand, water filled Sand w/ Gravel, dry Sand w/ Gravel, wet
It depends on the density of the item. One cubic yard of feathers would be much different than one cubic yard of gold.
That entirely depends on the type of sand, and how consistent the particle size is.
If i remember right i think its 1.2
That depends entirely on what kind of sand how deep you spread it. As an approximation, you could assume a bulk density for dry sand of about 110 lb/ft3. One ton (2000 lb) of …sand would thus be about 18.18 ft3 or 0.673 yd3. If you spread it 6 inches deep you could cover about 4 square yards. At a foot deep, you would cover 2 square yards. At 3 inches deep you would cover 8 square yards. At 1 inch deep you would cover 24 square yards Reported bulk densities for sand range from 78 lb/ft3 for molding sand to 130 lb/ft3 for moist sand.
Using building sand density @ 110 pounds per cubic foot (1.762 tonne per cubic metre) > volume = mass / density volume = 1 / 1.762 = 0.5675 cubic metres > Note: if you have a …different value for the sand density, replace 1.762 with your figure ( in tonnes per cubic metre) , and calculate.
Depending on the exact type of asphalt, there could be 3,800 - pounds in a cubic yard, so very approximately, 2 tonnes.