What is cubic feet for 1 ton of anthracite rice coal?
40 -50 cubic ft. relative to the cut of coal, rice, lump etc.
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fifoenergy.com says 35.314 cubic feet per 1 ton of bituminous coal.. My coal supplier tells me to figure about 36 cubic feet for my antrhacite pea coal. wikianswers says abo…ut 40 cubic feet per ton of antrhacite.
Tons of what? Air? Water? Iron? Wood? ......
Anthracite is mostly found in east-central and northeast Pennsylvania in highly folded rocks. Most veins are difficult to mine as they are at high angles and not in flat depos…its. This coal was formed during the carboniferous (Pennsylvainian) era ~ 300 MYA. Small deposits are also found in Arkansas as well as China...but the vast majority is in Northumberland, Schuylkill, Carbon, Lackawanna and Luzerne Counties of Pennsylvania
30,000,000 BTUs Per Ton. Will vary depending on the grade of coal.
171.88 cubic feet
The units are not inter-convertible. Cubic feet is volume and ton is mass. You would have to provide the specific gravity (density) of the material that makes up the ton in or…der to convert.
Since cubic feet is a measure of volume (dimensions of length 3 ) while ton is a measure of weight or mass, you need to know what substance you have 1 ton of - and thus can us…e the density (mass/volume) to convert between the two. In addition, you also have to know the temperature and pressure because density is also dependent on those two variables. In the case of liquids and solids, the density doesn't change a lot with temperature and even less with pressure so a density measured at one temperature and pressure may be good enough for most temperatures and pressures. For a gas however, temperature and pressure have a major impact on density and thus are absolutely necessary in order to determine density.
2 3,42 cubic feet for a long ton (US) - 1016 kg.
There is no equivalence. A cubic foot is a measure of volume. A tonne is a measure of mass. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensiona…l analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid. You need the density, but stones are very variable in their density so you would need to know what stone or mixture or what stones.