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It depends what he shape of the barrel is. It depends what the shape of the barrel is.

The capacity of a barrel is a measure of volume. The SI unit for volume is the cubic metre. A barrel with a volume of one cubic metre would a big barrel. It could be better to measure it in thousandths oh a cubic metre, a thousandth of a cubic metre is called a litre.

Use a density factor to make a barrel to ton conversion. The ton is a metric weight and the barrel is a volume measurement.

The barrel hasA volume of 55 gal. but they put 50 in. Incorrect. A barrel (bbl) has a volume of 42 U.S. gallons. The measurement dates from the mid-1800's when crude oil was transported short distances in wagons with wooden barrels. The barrels were not uniform so a volume of 42 gallons was standardized for the barrel. The barrel or thousand barrels remain a common measurement for liquids in the petroleum industry. This is unrelated to the steel DRUM which is used for lubricants and some chemicals, which has a volume of 55 gallons.

You can't compare the two. A barrel is a unit of volume, a metric tonne (1000 kilogram) is a unit of mass.You can't compare the two. A barrel is a unit of volume, a metric tonne (1000 kilogram) is a unit of mass.You can't compare the two. A barrel is a unit of volume, a metric tonne (1000 kilogram) is a unit of mass.You can't compare the two. A barrel is a unit of volume, a metric tonne (1000 kilogram) is a unit of mass.

1 bbl = 115.6271 L (dry volume) It depends on what the barrel is of. A barrel of beer contains 117.8 liters. A barrel of oil contains 159.6 liters.

The volume is reduced to 1/3 of its size.

There are 117.347765 Liters in 1 US barrel volume. And there are 1,000 Liters in one cubic meter.So there are0.117347765 cubic meters per barrelor0.177347765 m3/ blby dividing across liters per barrel by liters per cubic meter.Note that the UK measures of 'barrels' are slightly different than the US measure of a barrel used here. There are also slight differences between 'dry' and 'wet' barrel volume measures in some industries, for example the 'wet' volume of 1 barrel in the petroleum industry is 0.158987304 cubic meters per barrel, or 42 US gallons.

Cases don't normally come in barrels, so you'd have to be a lot more specific as to what you mean. A barrel is a bulk measurement, while a case is normally a collection of individual containers. The volume of a barrel, or the number and volume of individual containers within a case, varies widely depending on what is being measured. A barrel of beer is not the same size as a barrel of oil, which is not the same size as a barrel of pickles, which is not the same size as (and so on).

Here are some barrels as volume.The problem is, which barrel is meant.barrel (U.S. dry) = 0.115 628 198 985 075 m³barrel (U.S. fluid) = 0.119 240 471 196 m³barrel (petroleum) = 0.158 987 294 928 m³barrel (Imperial) = 0.163 659 24 m³The other problem is metric ton is a weight and no volume.Only for pure water it is easy to convert from the volume in m³ to the weight of metric ton.1 m³ of water is 1 metric ton.

The radius of the barrel, r = 3 feet. Suppose the cylindrical part of the barrel has a height of h feet.Then volume of cylindrical part = pi*r2*h cu ftand volume of hemisphere = 2/3*pi*r3 cu ftSo total volume = pi*r2*(h + 2r/3) = 868.87that is, pi*9*(h + 2) = 868.87h + 2 = 30.73 so that h = 28.73Therefore, the total height of the barrel, including the hemispheric top is28.73 + 3 = 31.73 feet.More a silo than a barrel, but that's another matter.The radius of the barrel, r = 3 feet. Suppose the cylindrical part of the barrel has a height of h feet.Then volume of cylindrical part = pi*r2*h cu ftand volume of hemisphere = 2/3*pi*r3 cu ftSo total volume = pi*r2*(h + 2r/3) = 868.87that is, pi*9*(h + 2) = 868.87h + 2 = 30.73 so that h = 28.73Therefore, the total height of the barrel, including the hemispheric top is28.73 + 3 = 31.73 feet.More a silo than a barrel, but that's another matter.The radius of the barrel, r = 3 feet. Suppose the cylindrical part of the barrel has a height of h feet.Then volume of cylindrical part = pi*r2*h cu ftand volume of hemisphere = 2/3*pi*r3 cu ftSo total volume = pi*r2*(h + 2r/3) = 868.87that is, pi*9*(h + 2) = 868.87h + 2 = 30.73 so that h = 28.73Therefore, the total height of the barrel, including the hemispheric top is28.73 + 3 = 31.73 feet.More a silo than a barrel, but that's another matter.The radius of the barrel, r = 3 feet. Suppose the cylindrical part of the barrel has a height of h feet.Then volume of cylindrical part = pi*r2*h cu ftand volume of hemisphere = 2/3*pi*r3 cu ftSo total volume = pi*r2*(h + 2r/3) = 868.87that is, pi*9*(h + 2) = 868.87h + 2 = 30.73 so that h = 28.73Therefore, the total height of the barrel, including the hemispheric top is28.73 + 3 = 31.73 feet.More a silo than a barrel, but that's another matter.

Unfortunately, there are several units called barrel; the summary of the Wikipeda article says (emphasis added): A barrel is one of several units of volume, with dry barrels, fluid barrels (UK beer barrel, U.S. beer barrel), oil barrel, etc. The volume of some barrel units is double others, with various volumes in the range of about 100-200 litres (22-44 imp gal; 26-53 USgal).For more details: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barrel_(unit)This is one important reasons for using the metric system - standardization.

If you filled a British Beer Barrel with water, it would weigh 163kg, or 359lb. If you have a barrel that you want to know the volume of, then we need to know the height, the radius of the widest part, and the raduis of the top. For other barrel sizes, look at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barrel_(unit)

Dependes on the volume of your barrel. > Radius (r) = 8.5 / 12 = 0.7083333 . . . feet > The volume of the well = pi * r * r * l = 2364.375 cubic feet > Divide 2364.375 by your barrel volume in cubic feet, this = number of barrels.

If the sides of the barrel are straight, then those dimensions are equivalent to a volume of 33.407 cubic feet, or 249.9 gallons. -- If the sides are curved, then it's a more complicated problem. -- We'd need to know the thickness of the material of which the barrel is constructed, in order to calculate how much of that volume isn't available as fluid-holding capacity.

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Gallon is a unit of volume, pound is unit of mass; you need to know the density and the most important fact is the arrangement of coins in the barrel.

* Liter * Cubic centimeter * Gallon * Teaspoon * Olympic size swimming pool * Hogshead * Barrel

Since there are more than one US and one UK barrels, here are some listed, converted to an international volume measure: 1 barrel [UK, wine] = 143.201 835 liters 1 barrel [UK] = 163.659 24 liters 1 barrel [US, dry] = 115.627 123 58 liters 1 barrel [US, federal] = 117.347 765 3 liters 1 barrel [US, liquid] = 119.240 471 2 liters 1 barrel [US, petroleum] = 158.987 294 93 liters

Volume = Mass/Density.So, if you know the density in terms of pounds per barrel, simply divide the mass by the density. If not, eitheruse dimensional analysis to convert the density from the given units to pounds per barrel, orcalculate the volume in the units used for the density and then conversion to barrels.

42 U.S. gallons are in a barrel of petroleum.A barrel is a unit of volume that has not been standarised. Values in common use range from 100 litres (22 imp. gals or 26 US gals) to 200 litres (44 imp gal)In the USA and Canada an oil barrel is 159 litres or 35 imperial gallons.So it's a mess.

The specific gravity of whiskey is less than water (.924-.947), so the volume of whiskey itself would float in water. Given that the barrel is made of wood (and should float by itself), a sealed barrel full of whiskey should float.

Pint, quart, gallon, litre, barrel, tablespoon, bushel, dram, fluid ounce, bagful, cubic foot.

If the barrel is cylindrical in shape then its volume is 19113.4497 inches3 82.422 U.S. gallons. 68.897 Imperial gallons. The Imperial gallon is about 20% bigger than the U.S. gallon.

A keg is considered a half-barrel, which holds 15.5 gallons. This would be considered a 'full keg', but there are many variations of keg sizes.