What is the cubic measurement of one ton of anthracite coal?
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 about 40 cubic feet per ton of antrhacite.
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Volume of one ton of soil . The density of soil varies widely depending upon how much moisture it contains and how loosely packed it is.. A cubic foot of packed earth weighs about 95 pounds per cubic foot; moist earth weighs about 90 pounds per cubic foot; and excavated loam weighs about 78 poun…ds per cubic foot.. One ton (an American or "short ton") of moist earth, therefore, occupies about 22.2 cubic feet (2000 pounds per ton divided by 90 pounds per cubic foot). That is equal to about 0.629 cubic meters. (One cubic meter is equal to about 35.3 cubic feet.) (MORE)
Completely immerse the person in water and measure the amount of fluid displaced in cubic feet.
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 calculator (and changing numbers until I got 1 ton) the calculator says I would need .66 cu yards.
Here is only an answer possible, when water is assumed.. 1 cubic meter weighs 1 metric ton.
Answer . The main difference is the amount of carbon. Anthracite is harder and contains more carbon. Bituminous coal is a sedimentary rock and anthracite coal is actually a metamorphic rock that has undergone tremendous pressures, usually from mountain building events.
Volume of a ton of water . The density of water is exactly one kilogram per liter. That translates to exactly 1000 kilograms per cubic meter. Since 1000 kilograms is a tonne (that is, a metric ton), a tonne of water occupies exactly one cubic meter.. But you wrote ton , not tonne , so that's p…robably not the answer you're looking for.. A ton , also called a short ton , is 2000 pounds. A tonne is 1000 kilograms, which is 2,204.6 pounds. So, if you have one ton or 2000 pounds of water, it will occupy less space than one cubic meter. We divide 2000 by 2204.6 to get 0.907.. So, one ton of water will occupy 0.907 cubic meters.. By the way, you can use Google to easily get your answer. It will do the math and the conversions for you, as long as you type the equation properly.. If you know that water has a density of one tonne per cubic meter and you want to know the volume of 2000 pounds of water, you would divide 2000 pounds by the density. You would then tell Google what units you want the answer in. In this case its cubic meters. So, type the following into the Google search bar: (2000 pounds) / (one tonne / cubic meter) in cubic meters. . If you don't type in cubic meters , then Google returns the answer in liters, by default. (MORE)
sorry --- a cubic foot of what?. a cubic foot of water weighs 62.5 pounds
Because it is a rock, not a mineral, the Mohs value will vary significantly from sample to sample. An average range would be between 3.0 and 3.8.
width in feet multiplied by length in feet multiplied by depth in feet (4" = .333 , 6" = .5) and divide by 27 (cubic feet in a yard) for instance, the equation for a 10 x 10 slab 4 inches deep would be: 10'x10'x.333 divided by 27 = 1.23 cubic yards hope this helps!
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 deposits. This coal was formed during the carboniferous (Pennsylvainian) era ~ 300 MYA. Small deposits are also found in Arkansa…s as well as China...but the vast majority is in Northumberland, Schuylkill, Carbon, Lackawanna and Luzerne Counties of Pennsylvania (MORE)
Asphalt comes in different densities, but "regular" paving asphalt weighs about 770 pounds per cubic yard. That's about 0.385 tons per cubic yard. Just off the top of my head. That's a bit more than a third of a ton per cubic yard.
Approximately 20 for dry sand. It varies a little depending on how fine the grains are.
The density of concrete is about 2400 kg per cubic meter, = 5300 lb per cubic meter. So if you want the short ton, 2000 lb, this will be 0.377 m 3 . A standard ton of 2240 lb will be 0.423 m 3 , and a metric ton of 1000kg will be 0.417 m 3 ..
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
Yes, it contains very little water, oxygen, and hydrogen. More than 90% of it is carbon.
Bituminous coal is relatively soft and dull, as opposed to anthracite which is hard and shiny. Anthracite is also much more dense and pure. Because of its purity (can be up to 98% carbon), Anthracite burns a very hot, smokeless flame.
coal was discovered by two people digging and then they found coal so then they invented coal and discovered it
Anthracite is a better type of coal than bituminous, anthracite is the best type of coal because it is the purest type of coal as it has the highest amount of carbon content present in it. It is made up of 90-95% of carbon content, so, it has a higher calorific value and burns without a smoke. Anthr…acite is relatively a harder, an older and a purer type of coal as compared to bituminous. Anthracite also burns without a smoke, so it is cleaner and is a more eco-friendly fuel. The only advantage bituminous has over anthracite is that it is present in more quantity than anthracite which is unfortunate because 70-75% of all coals are bituminous and anthracite covers only 5% of all types of coals. (MORE)
One of the defintions of a ton is 1000 kg. As fresh cow manure is predominantly water one ton is about 1 m 3 .
It depends on the density of the item. One cubic yard of feathers would be much different than one cubic yard of gold.
it is not exact but 2 dumpy bags 0.8x0.8x0.8x2=1 cube,I believethey weigh a ton each.
There is no sensible answer to this question. A cubic metre is a measure of volume, with dimensions [L 3 ]. A ton is a measure of mass, with dimensions [M]. Basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions without additional information. A cub…ic mjetre of air will have a significantly smaller amount of mass than a cubic metre of lead, for example. (MORE)
That depends on the substance density. Cubic feet is a measure of volume. Metric tonne is a unit of weight.
Fill a large container to the brim with water, immerse the person to be measured in it completely. collect/catch all the water that comes out of the container. Measure this volume of water in litres and however many litres you have time by 1000 cubic centimetres per litre is the volume of your per…son. (MORE)
Bituminous coal or black coal is a relatively soft coal containing a tarlike substance called bitumen. It is of higher quality than lignite coal but of poorer quality than anthracite. Formation is usually the result of high pressure being exerted on lignite.
One tonne of what? A tonne of feathers would take up more space than a tonne of lead.
This question cannot be answered sensibly. A cubic yard is a measure of volume, with dimensions [L 3 ]. A ton is a measure of mass, with dimensions [M]. The two measure different things and basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as… these without additional information. As a simple mental exercise consider a cubic yard of air and a cubic yard of water. They will have very different masses. (MORE)
Coals are formed by burial and metamorphosis of peat deposits. In this process, many of the volatiles are driven off, and left is a 'pure' carbon. Earthquakes are caused mainly by the movement of tectonic plates. Volcanoes are caused by the eruption of magma from the mantle. So volcanoes are associa…ted mainly with the movement of tectonic plates; but not vice versa. Anthracite has little to do with either. (MORE)
anthracite coal is the metamorphic form of bituminous coal which is the sedimentary form. in other words it has been heated under pressure.
Depends on the density of the bricks you are referring to. If one brick was one cubic meter and weighed a ton then your answer would be 1. Similarly if it took 3424 bricks to weigh a ton and they were all half a cubic meter, then your answer would be 1712 cubic meters. You require more information.
The question as stated makes no sense. a cubic foot is a measure of volume; a tonne is a measure of weight. The two are related by density = weight Ã· volume => volume = weight Ã· density So the number of cubic feet (an imperial measure) in 1 tonne (a metric measure) all depends upo…n the density of the substance weighing 1 tonne - Mercury is many times more dense than Hydrogen and so 1 tonne of Mercury will be much smaller in cubic feet than 1 tonne of Hydrogen. (MORE)
C240H90O4NS (240 atoms of carbon, 90 atoms of hydrogen, 4 atoms of oxygen, and 1 atom of both nitrogen and sulfur for 1 anthracite coal molecule)
Total coal production leaped from just under 17 million tons in 1861 to nearly 72 million tons in 1880
Assuming that coal is essentially pure carbon, each 12 kg of coal will combust to form 44 kg of carbon dioxide (C+O 2 -->CO 2 ) a bit more than 3 times as much carbon dioxide as coal. A ton of carbon will burn to form about 3 tones of carbon dioxide.
depends on the density and moisture content of the material. Generally BCM's are a miningmeasurement for material removed from a mining operation. 1 tonne does not neccessarily equal 1 BCM
Plant growth layers onto itself but doesn't decompose quickly creating a peat bog. The peat builds up in the bog, layer by layer compressing into lignite (brown coal). This continues decomposing (anaerobically)and solidifying into semi bituminous (like asphalt), bituminous (soft), semi anthracite or… anthracite (hard) coal, depending on pressure, moisture and mineral content of the process. The gasses of decomposition are largely lost in this natural process. Sometimes this process (due to the type of plant) will decompose into bitumen (tar) or oil deposits which, due to the covering material, traps the gasses of decomposition (natural gas) into pockets, which is why it is most often found when drilling for oil. (MORE)
Soil density = 1682 kg / cubic metre 1 Ton = 1016.064 kg so, 1 ton of soil = 1016.064 / 1682 = 0.604 cubic metres
Anthracite coal, it insulates the heat energy better and has more light energy when lit.
You need material density in tonnes per cubic metre Then: > multiply by: 1.000 to get metric tonnes 0.984 to get long tons 1.102 to get short tons > note: metric tonne = 1000 kilograms long ton = 2240 pounds short ton = 2000 pounds
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.
Different types of stone have different densities and therefore different weights per cubic foot, rendering this question unanswerable unless you know the weight of the stone per cubic unit.
There is no sensible answer to the question. A ton is a measure of mass. A cubic metre is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid. If you are not convinced, consider a cubic metr…e of air. How many tons? Next consider a cubic metre of lead. How many tons? (MORE)
Coal is generally measured by the ton which is 2000 lbs, and the long ton which is 2200 lbs.
Different substances have different densities. A cubic meter of air has a different weight than a cubic meter of water, and a cubic meter of water has a different weight than a cubic meter of granite, and so forth.
To get weight, you need to know the density of the material, then multiply bu the volume. In your example, id the material is WATER, it has a density of 1 gram/cubic centimeter Then since 1 cubic meter is 1000000 cubic centimeters it weighs 1000000 grams = 1000 kg 1000 kg is one metric ton, so i…f water, one cubic meter weighs one metric ton (MORE)
Anthracite forms from the metamorphism of bituminous coal. The metamorphism occurs due to pressures and temperatures from depth of burial or stresses derived from plate movements. .
There can be no equivalence. A tonne is a measure of mass. A cubic metre is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid. If you are not convinced, consider a cubic metre of air. Ho…w many tonnes? Next consider a cubic metre of lead. How many tonnes? The masses of equal volumes of the two substances will clearly be very different. So there is no direct conversion between mass and volume : you need to know the density of the substance to enable you to carry out the conversion. (MORE)
The Coal Region is a historically important coal-mining area inNortheastern ... The discovery of anthracite coal was first made inthe Schuylkill County by a hunter ... west of the Pocono Mountains,and east of the region known in Pennsylvania.
All depends on the product. 1 cubic yard of screened top soil equals 1 ton. Of screened gravel, 1 yard equals 2 tons. 3 to 6 inch rock, one yard is 1.5 tons. Crushed Limestone 1 yard equals 2 tons