Approx 1699 litres.
60 liters is about 3,661.4 cubic inches.
60 cubic feet = about 1,699 liters.
1 meter = 3.28084 feet1 cubic meter = 1,000 liters150' x 60' x 3' = 27,000 cubic feet = 764.555 cubic meters = 764,555 liters
One liter is 61.02 cubic inches. Multiply liters by 61.02 to get cubic inches: 60 x 61.02 = about 3,661.2 cubic inches.
There are 48.21 bushels in 60 cubic feet.
There are about 48.21 bushels of wheat in 60 cubic feet.
infinitely many, because a square feet is a surface and a cubic feet a volume. since a surface has no volume you can fit infinitly many in a cubic feet.
Eight (8.02083) cubic feet per 60 US gallons of water.
1 cubic feet equals 7.48 gals. So 60 gallons equals 8.021390374 cubic feet. 1 cubic feet equal 1728 cubic inches. The answer would be 13,860.96256 cubic inches in a 60 gallon tank.
60 cubic feet can contain up to 448.831 US gallons of water.
1 liter is about 60 c.i. 8.2 liters x 60 = 492c.i.
3.5 cubic feet, 3 to 1 mix with sand
12*15*.33333= 60 cubic feet. 60 cubic feet/27 cubic feet per cubic yard = 2.222 cubic yards
1 cubic centimeter is equal to 1 milliliter. So in 60000 milliliters, at 1000 milliliters per liter, there are 60 liters.
cubic feet per second x 60 = cubic feet per minute
27 cubic feet = 1 cubic yard60' x 60' x 2' = 7,200 cubic feet = 2662/3 cubic yards
The volume of 6 feet times 10 feet times 1 foot is 60 cubic feet. The volume of 60 cubic feet are 448.83116883 US gallons or 373.740437592 UK gallons.
60x30x8=14400 cubic feet
It takes about 449 US gallons to fill 60 cubic feet.
Multiply cubic feet per second by 60 to get cubic feet per minute.
There are about 28.317 liters in a cubic foot, and there are 60 seconds in a minute. To convert a quantity expressed in cubic feet per minute into one expressed in liters per second, multiply by 28.317 and divide by 60. Or just take the initial quantity and multiply by 0.47195 (which is a "combination" of the two operations suggested). By simple inspection, the conversion factor, 0.47195, is about 0.5 or 1/2 or one half. You should be able to eyeball a quantity in units of cubic feet per minute and cut it in half in your head to get an approximation of that quantity in liters per second. Simple and easy once you think it through.