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Old 01-17-2006, 10:14 PM
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Question Wood Measurement / Foot to Cubic Meter

Could anyone please guide me for correct caclulation.

A Wood Size

L x W x T
1250 x 100 x 25

All mm

How much it would be in Cubic Meters

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Old 01-17-2006, 10:53 PM
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Default Re: Wood Measurement / Foot to Cubic Meter

The forumula for volume is:
Volume = Length * Width * Height

They just all need to be in the same base unit, as yours already are.

1,250 millimeter * 100 millimeter * 25 millimeter = 3,125,000 cubic millimeter

You can then convert cubic millimeter to cubic meter on the Volume conversion page, or just divide by 1,000,000,000.

3,125,000 cubic millimeter = 0.003125 cubic meter
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Old 03-28-2009, 12:20 AM
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Default Wood Measurement / Foot to Cubic Meter

Please convert this mesurment in cubic meter

2 Inch X 12 Inch X 13 Feet

is how much Cubic meter
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Please convert this mesurment in cubic meter

2 Inch X 12 Inch X 13 Feet

is how much Cubic meter
2 in x 12 in x 13 ft x (0.0254 m/in) x 0.3048 m/ft = 0.0614 m
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Default Re: Wood Measurement / Foot to Cubic Meter

length 20 feet,60 inches width
how much cft & m2 & m3
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Old 11-25-2009, 02:55 AM
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length 20 feet,60 inches width
how much cft & m2 & m3
thankyou
Don't know as you didn't give the height. 60" = 5', so the floor area is 20' x 5' = 100 ft. Multiply by height in feet for cubic feet.

To convert to metric, multiply by 0.3048 m/ft once for length, twice for area, or three times for volumes.
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Question Re: Wood Measurement / Foot to Cubic Meter

2 inch x 4 inch x13 feet = convert in m3
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2 inch x 4 inch x13 feet = convert in m3
0.0508 m x 0.1016 m x 3.9624 m = 0.0205 m
If you measure in meters, it is more straightforward.
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Pls convert either into cubic feet or meter... the followings are measurement of a wood log

Length=10' (feet)
Circumference (girth)=5' (feet)

Assist in finding...

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Old 09-02-2010, 06:17 AM
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Please tell me
3 feet dia x 10 feet length how to measure in cu.ft
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