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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Concrete is normally estimated in cubic metres

Convert all figures to metres and multiply

3 x 3 x 0.125 = 1.125 cubic metres

Plus 10% for shrinkage = 1.24 cubic metres

10 bags cement

0.7 cubic metres sand

0.86 cubic metres of stone

All assuming you want a strong mix

Convert all figures to metres and multiply

3 x 3 x 0.125 = 1.125 cubic metres

Plus 10% for shrinkage = 1.24 cubic metres

10 bags cement

0.7 cubic metres sand

0.86 cubic metres of stone

All assuming you want a strong mix

May 14, 2016 | Building Materials

By your above measurements:

**2.67 yds long 2.0 yds qide .11 yds thick for .59 total cubic yds or**

2.44 meters long 1.83 meters wide .1 meters thick for total cubic meters of .45 this is reasonable considering the meter is longer than the yard so the total meter would be less..

2.44 meters long 1.83 meters wide .1 meters thick for total cubic meters of .45 this is reasonable considering the meter is longer than the yard so the total meter would be less..

May 26, 2015 | Building Materials

That may be ok for the US, but in Europe you would need cubic metres.

I yd = 0.914 m, 1 cubic yd = 0.914 x .914 x .1914 = 0.764

So 14.66 cu. yds is 14.66 x 0.764 = 11.2 cubic metres - with a bit of luck!

I yd = 0.914 m, 1 cubic yd = 0.914 x .914 x .1914 = 0.764

So 14.66 cu. yds is 14.66 x 0.764 = 11.2 cubic metres - with a bit of luck!

Mar 26, 2015 | Building Materials

Figure 1 90 lb. bag per square ft., 6" deep.

Don't forget sand to grade and rebar to reinforce.

You probably won't find enough guys to mix all that concrete, so you'd really be better off hiring a concrete truck.

Tip: It's best to over estimate a little so you won't be caught short.

Don't forget sand to grade and rebar to reinforce.

You probably won't find enough guys to mix all that concrete, so you'd really be better off hiring a concrete truck.

Tip: It's best to over estimate a little so you won't be caught short.

Mar 01, 2015 | Building Materials

Square metres is a measure of area. Cubic metres and cubic yards is a measure of volume. There is no conversion between them without a third dimension.

Consider a storeroom that's 40.3 square metres in area. How much stuff can you store in it? Well, that depends on how high the ceiling is. If the ceiling is 2 metres high then the volume of the room is 80.6 cubic metres. If the ceiling is 3 metres high then the volume is 120.9 cubic metres.

One cubic metre is about 1.31 cubic yards.

Consider a storeroom that's 40.3 square metres in area. How much stuff can you store in it? Well, that depends on how high the ceiling is. If the ceiling is 2 metres high then the volume of the room is 80.6 cubic metres. If the ceiling is 3 metres high then the volume is 120.9 cubic metres.

One cubic metre is about 1.31 cubic yards.

Jan 27, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

How deep do you want to cover it?

1000 square feet covered one inch deep would be about 83.3 cubic feet.

1000 square feet covered one foot deep would be 1000 cubic feet.

1000 square feet covered two feet deep would be 2000 cubic feet.

1000 square feet covered one inch deep would be about 83.3 cubic feet.

1000 square feet covered one foot deep would be 1000 cubic feet.

1000 square feet covered two feet deep would be 2000 cubic feet.

Jun 19, 2014 | Refrigerators

The volume of a cylinder is pi*l*r^2, where l is the length and r is the radius (and pi, of course, is about 3.14159).

pi * 6m * 0.3m^2 is just under 17 cubic metres (17 m^3). A cubic metre is 1000 litres, so the volume is about 17,000 litres.

pi * 6m * 0.3m^2 is just under 17 cubic metres (17 m^3). A cubic metre is 1000 litres, so the volume is about 17,000 litres.

Feb 26, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hi, a cubic metre is a measure of volume, a square metre is a measure of area. you need to know length and width as well as depth. eg; imagine a cube is 1 metre wide by 1 metre deep by 1 metre high, this is 1 cubic metre, if you sliced this cube into 10cm slices it would cover 10m2. if you sliced it into 5cm slices it would cover 20m2. I hope this helps.

Mar 14, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

24.14 cubic yards

May 14, 2010 | Plumbing

If the pipes are 3" outside diameter, the displacement is 24.15 cubic yards, however standard 3" pipe is 3.5" diameter, which would displace 32.85 cubic yards. 505.32 cubic yards is correct for the total trench volume.

Mar 23, 2010 | Plumbing

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