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Q: How many cubic feet are in a cubic meter of ice?

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Is between 0.40 and 0.45

Glacial ice has a density of about 850 kilograms per cubic meter. ref. http://www.physicalgeography.net/fundamentals/10ae.html

It is about 1.2 cubic feet, about 8 inches diameter.

Ice weighs 57.4 pounds per cubic foot. 1 cubic yard then weighs 27 * 57.4 = 1,549.8 lb.

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Answer There are 1,000,000 or 106 cc's in a cubic metre. The density of ice is 0.9167 grams per cc (at 0 °C), so there will be 106 times 0.9167 grams of ice in a cubic metre of that ice, or there will be 0.9167 times 103 kilograms of ice in a cubic metre. That means that a cubic metre of ice will weigh 916.7 kilograms.

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Ice has a density of 916,8 kilograms per cubic meter or 0.9128 grams per cubic centimeter. 20 cubic meters of ice weigh then 20 times 916,8 = 18336 kilograms = 18.336 tonnes.

Is between 0.40 and 0.45

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Measure it's interior length, width and height and multiply them. - eg, my ice chest is 24 x 10 x 12 inches = 2,880 cubic inches. Divide that by 1728 to get cubic feet = 1.666 cubic feet.

Volume of ice in rink = 32 x 56 x 1/3 = 597.33333 cubic feet. One cubic foot of ice weighs 57.41 pounds. So weight of ice in rink is 597.333 x 57.41 which equals 34292.887 pounds

Glacial ice has a density of about 850 kilograms per cubic meter. ref. http://www.physicalgeography.net/fundamentals/10ae.html

It is about 1.2 cubic feet, about 8 inches diameter.

Ice weighs 57.4 pounds per cubic foot. 1 cubic yard then weighs 27 * 57.4 = 1,549.8 lb.