kg / cubic metre * 0.062428 = pounds / cubic foot
so : 10 kg / cubic metre * 0.06248 = 0.6248 pounds / cubic foot
Pounds of force per cubic foot x 0.16 (0.157087464) = kilonewtons per cubic meter.
1 kg/cubic metre = 77.853 pounds/ cubic foot.
Pounds per cubic foot x 16.0184634 = kg/m3
Multiply cubic feet by 0.0283 to get cubic meters.
One pound per cubic foot is equal to 16 kilograms per cubic meter.
1 cubic ft = 0.028317 cubic metres
1.77 US tons per cubic meter.
A cubic meter of gravel weighs approximately 3,500 pounds. One cubic foot of gravel weights about 100 to 105 pounds.
1 cubic meter ≈ 35.3146667 cubic foot
You must have a specific gravity to do that . - ie a cubic foot of feathers is not the same weight as a cubic foot of iron.
A cubic foot of Acetylene weighs .06734 lbs.
kilograms per cubic meter and pounds per cubic foot
You cannot do that since cubic yard is volume and square foot is area. You need to know the thickness
None. You cannot convert cubic measurements to non-cubic measurements. 1 Cubic foot= 0.028316 Cubic Meter.
Concrete weighs about 150 pounds per cubic foot. Can't do the math but that is about 4500 pounds.
1 foot is exactly 0.3048 meters; therefore, 1 cubic foot is exactly 0.30483 cubic meters, or 0,028316846592 cubic meters. To convert cubic feet to cubic meters, therefore, you multiply by this number (or by an approximation, such as 0.0283).
40 pounds per cubic foot equates to 640.74 kg per cubic meter.
2.2 per cubic foot = 2.2 x 0.0283168466 per cubic meter
Conversions: 1 pound per cubic foot = 16.0184634 kg/m3 and 1 kg/m3 = 0.0624279605 pounds per cubic foot.Density of water: 62.4 lb per cubic foot = 999.55 kg/m3.The density of water varies somewhat with temperature and pressure, and is higher for salt water than fresh water.
-- 1.2506 kilograms per cubic meter -- 0.078072 pounds-mass per cubic foot
1 cubic foot = 0.02832 cubic metersAlso,1 cubic meter = 35.315 cubic feet
Each type of wood has a different weight per unit volume. Some commonly used kinds of wood are pine, fir, spruce and cedar. Pine weight ranges from 27 to 45 pounds per cubic foot. For one cubic meter, multiply by 27. Douglas fir weighs about 33 pounds per cubic foot. Spruce (dry) weighs 28 pounds/cubic foot. Red cedar weighs 24 pounds/cu. foot.
Those are incompatible units. Pounds per square foot is pressure. Pounds per cubic foot is density. It is like converting gallons to inches.
Pounds per cubic foot of volume and used to weight the two do not compare.
At 100 pounds per cubic foot, that is 20 cubic feet per ton = 0.57 cubic meters