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#11
05-12-2011, 12:54 PM
 JohnS Double Ultimate Supreme Member Join Date: Dec 2007 Location: SE Michigan, USA Posts: 8,716 Rep Power: 17
Re: To convert Liters to Kilograms

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 Originally Posted by Unregistered [how do i convert 12000 litres of diesel to kgs?
Just multiply by the density (which can vary lot to lot and should be measured)

#2 diesel is around 0.85 kg/L. Assuming that number,
12000 L x 0.85 kg/L = 10200 kg or 10.2 t
#12
06-21-2011, 11:42 PM
 Unregistered Guest Posts: n/a
Re: To convert Liters to Kilograms

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 Originally Posted by unregistered pls. Send the conversion chart of diesel ltrs to kg
sir,
how to convert the ghee having capacity of 500kgs into liters
#13
06-22-2011, 02:37 AM
 JohnS Double Ultimate Supreme Member Join Date: Dec 2007 Location: SE Michigan, USA Posts: 8,716 Rep Power: 17
Re: To convert Liters to Kilograms

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 Originally Posted by Unregistered sir, how to convert the ghee having capacity of 500kgs into liters
You need to know the density.

Most vegetable oils and animal fats average around 0.92 kg/L at room temperature, but this figure can vary. Using this figure, 500 kg is about 540 L. Depending on exact density of ghee, this might vary ±20L. If you need better accuracy, you have to measure density.
#14
08-01-2011, 02:01 AM
 SUDHEER Guest Posts: n/a
Re: To convert Liters to Kilograms

can u tell 14.5 kgs how much liters
#15
08-01-2011, 03:32 AM
 JohnS Double Ultimate Supreme Member Join Date: Dec 2007 Location: SE Michigan, USA Posts: 8,716 Rep Power: 17
Re: To convert Liters to Kilograms

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 Originally Posted by SUDHEER can u tell 14.5 kgs how much liters
Air: >10000 L
Gold: <1 L
It depends on the density of the substance.
#16
08-05-2011, 03:26 PM
 Unregistered Guest Posts: n/a
How to convert kilograms to content kilograms???

First of all what is a content kilogram?
#17
08-05-2011, 07:37 PM
 Robert Fogt Administrator Join Date: Dec 2005 Location: Seattle, WA Posts: 3,340 Rep Power: 12
Re: How to convert kilograms to content kilograms???

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 Originally Posted by Unregistered First of all what is a content kilogram?
Google searching turned up a lot of results for content kilogram, just no definitions. It seems to be used in international trade, but what it means I cannot say.
#18
08-06-2011, 06:20 AM
 JohnS Double Ultimate Supreme Member Join Date: Dec 2007 Location: SE Michigan, USA Posts: 8,716 Rep Power: 17
Re: How to convert kilograms to content kilograms???

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 Originally Posted by Robert Fogt Google searching turned up a lot of results for content kilogram, just no definitions. It seems to be used in international trade, but what it means I cannot say.
I couldn't find a definition either. It mostly seems to be used as a coded abbreviation.

I think it is just a reference to the net contents weight, excluding any weight of container or shipping materials.
#19
08-08-2011, 05:52 AM
 Unregistered Guest Posts: n/a
Re: To convert 1 Liters to 1 Kilograms MILK

1 liter milk how many kilogram

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 Originally Posted by johns the density varies between refineries, between lots and with temperature. Low sulfur is different than conventional, etc. Try to get a density specific to your fuel. However a typical density for #2 diesel is 0.84 kg/l at 60 °f (standard temperature for us petroleum industry). Just multiply and you get 168 kg more or less. "your diesel may vary"
#20
08-08-2011, 07:47 AM
 JohnS Double Ultimate Supreme Member Join Date: Dec 2007 Location: SE Michigan, USA Posts: 8,716 Rep Power: 17
Re: To convert 1 Liters to 1 Kilograms MILK

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 Originally Posted by Unregistered 1 liter milk how many kilogram
Just over 1 kg, maybe 1.04 kg. Density depends on the type of milk. Skim milk is slightly heavier than whole milk, because the fat in cream weighs less than water.

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