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Measure the inside width,depth and height,then multiply all three to give the cubic capacity....

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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You can't convert cubic feet to square feet because cubic feet has an extra dimension, you could fit an unlimited number of square feet into cubic feet.

The formula for Cubic feet is:

length × width × height

The formula for Square feet is:

length × width

The formula for Cubic feet is:

length × width × height

The formula for Square feet is:

length × width

Aug 19, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

First, we need to determine the number of square units in the Imperial system. We can choose to do the calculation in feet or inches.

Let's do it in inches first. There are 12" in a foot, so we multiply 90,000 by 12 to get 1,080,000 linear inches. Multiplying this by 41.3", we get 44,604,000 square inches. We can convert this to square feet by dividing the number of square feet by the square inches in a square foot. Since a square foot is one foot by one foot, or 12 inches by 12 inches, there are 144 square inches in a square foot. Dividing our previous answer by 144 will give us 309,750 square feet.

Converting to square metres. An inch is defined as 2.54 centimetres ("cm"). Thus, there are 2.54cm x 2.54cm in a square inch or 6.4516cm^2 in a square inch.

Using the 44,604,000 square inches we got above, and multiplying this by 6.4516, we get 287,767,166.4 square cm. There are 100 cm in a metre, so there are 100cm x 100cm in a square metre. So there are 10,000 square centimetres in a square metre. I get 28,776.7 square metres.

There are 3.280839895 feet in a metre. So there are 3.280839895 x 3.280839895, or 10.76391042 square feet in a square metre. Taking 309,750 square feet and dividing by the 10.76391042 we get 28,776.7 square metres.

Good luck.

Paul

Let's do it in inches first. There are 12" in a foot, so we multiply 90,000 by 12 to get 1,080,000 linear inches. Multiplying this by 41.3", we get 44,604,000 square inches. We can convert this to square feet by dividing the number of square feet by the square inches in a square foot. Since a square foot is one foot by one foot, or 12 inches by 12 inches, there are 144 square inches in a square foot. Dividing our previous answer by 144 will give us 309,750 square feet.

Converting to square metres. An inch is defined as 2.54 centimetres ("cm"). Thus, there are 2.54cm x 2.54cm in a square inch or 6.4516cm^2 in a square inch.

Using the 44,604,000 square inches we got above, and multiplying this by 6.4516, we get 287,767,166.4 square cm. There are 100 cm in a metre, so there are 100cm x 100cm in a square metre. So there are 10,000 square centimetres in a square metre. I get 28,776.7 square metres.

There are 3.280839895 feet in a metre. So there are 3.280839895 x 3.280839895, or 10.76391042 square feet in a square metre. Taking 309,750 square feet and dividing by the 10.76391042 we get 28,776.7 square metres.

Good luck.

Paul

Jan 08, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Measure the room in feet, multiply the two together.

12 feet a 8 feet room ? 12x8 = 96 square feet.

Or conversion? See below

Square Feet to Square Meters conversion

12 feet a 8 feet room ? 12x8 = 96 square feet.

Or conversion? See below

Square Feet to Square Meters conversion

Dec 02, 2015 | Carpet Pro Vacuums

conversion tables on Google

Nov 03, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

The model number usually depicts what size fridge it is. ED 5 ?? That would suggest 5 cubic feet. ?? In Australia, fridges are measured in litre size. IE/ a fridge with say a model of HE550 would suggest 550 litres ( a reasonably big fridge)

Apr 09, 2015 | Refrigerators

The air is cool but doesn't seem cold enough
If the air doesn't seem cool enough it is necessary to use a thermometer to check the difference in temperature between the air going into the unit and the air being blown into the room. Ideally, the temperature difference should be more than 15 degrees. For example, if the temperature going into the air conditioner is 80 degrees, the temperature coming out of the unit should be at least 65 degrees or less. If the difference is 15 degrees or more there is probably no cause for concern. If the temperature difference is less than 15 degrees you should check the following:

It could also mean that you are trying to cool too big an area for the size of the unit.

AREA TO BE COOLED / CAPACITY (BTU/HR)

100 to 150 square feet = 5,000

150 to 250 square feet = 6,000

250 to 300 square feet = 7,000

300 to 350 square feet = 8,000

350 to 400 square feet = 9,000

400 to 450 square feet = 10,000

450 to 550 square feet = 12,000

550 to 700 square feet = 14,000

700 to 1000 square feet = 18,000

- Air damper

- Back cover

- Condensing coils

It could also mean that you are trying to cool too big an area for the size of the unit.

AREA TO BE COOLED / CAPACITY (BTU/HR)

100 to 150 square feet = 5,000

150 to 250 square feet = 6,000

250 to 300 square feet = 7,000

300 to 350 square feet = 8,000

350 to 400 square feet = 9,000

400 to 450 square feet = 10,000

450 to 550 square feet = 12,000

550 to 700 square feet = 14,000

700 to 1000 square feet = 18,000

Jul 22, 2011 | Daewoo Heating & Cooling

The square foot is the smaller unit of area, so you will have to divide a measurement in square feet by the number of square feet per square meter. Since there are 10.76 square feet per square meter, divide by that value.

Obviously, to convert from square meters to square feet, you would multiply by that value.

1 square meter is 10.76391 square feet.

Feb 13, 2011 | Garden

One ton of cooling per 500 square feet of space assuming you have good insulation. Yes, 4 tons for 2000 feet would be accurate.

Jul 21, 2009 | Ruud UBHC Air Conditioner

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