You cannot do that since cubic yard is volume and square foot is area. You need to know the thickness
Those are incompatible units. Pounds per square foot is pressure. Pounds per cubic foot is density. It is like converting gallons to inches.
kg / cubic metre * 0.062428 = pounds / cubic foot > so : 10 kg / cubic metre * 0.06248 = 0.6248 pounds / cubic foot
You cannot convert from square feet to cubic feet ! A square foot is a unit of area. A cubic foot is a unit of volume.
You don't, square feet are a measure of area and cubic feet are a measure of volume.
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You simply can't convert square units to cubic units.
pounds per square foot / 144 = PSI
Pounds of force per cubic foot x 0.16 (0.157087464) = kilonewtons per cubic meter.
You must have a specific gravity to do that . - ie a cubic foot of feathers is not the same weight as a cubic foot of iron.
Pounds per square foot x 0.006944 equals psi
A cubic foot of Acetylene weighs .06734 lbs.
You can't convert that. You can convert linear units to linear units, square units to square units, or cubic units to cubic units.
Trying to convert dollars per square foot into dollars per cubic yard is like trying to convert apples into oranges. A square foot is a measurement of area, whereas a cubic yard is a measurement of volume.
Multiply by 144, since there are 144 square inches in a square foot (12x12).
1 kg/cubic metre = 77.853 pounds/ cubic foot.
You don't. You either A) convert 18 cubic inches into cubic feet, or B) convert 18 square inches into square feet. A... there are 1728 cubic inches in a cubic foot, so 18 cu in would be 0.00104 cu ft. B... there are 144 square inches in a square foot, so 18 square inches would be 0.125 sq ft.
Pounds per cubic foot x 16.0184634 = kg/m3
You can't convert that.
There are 49,152 pennies in a cubic foot. That's a little over 300 pounds of pennies.
One inch of rain over one square foot is 1/12 cubic foot of water. A cubic foot of water weighs about 62.4 pounds. 1/12 of that is about 5.2 pounds.
The weight of one square foot of water is zero pounds. A square foot is a measurement of area, not volume. Since a square foot has no height, it is not possible to fit even a single hydrogen atom inside a square foot. The weight of a cubic foot of water (a cube with each side equal to one foot) is about 62.42 pounds. The reason that I saw "about" is because the density of water changes according to its temperature, so that a cubic foot of water at 32 degrees Fahrenheit will weigh 62.42 pounds, but at 212 degrees Fahrenheit a cubic foot of water weighs 59.83 pounds.
Pounds per cubic foot of volume and used to weight the two do not compare.
cubic inches x 12, divided by the number of square inches in a foot, x2 hope this will help you.
A square foot is a unit of area. A cubic yard is a unit of volume. The two units are therefore incompatible.