How much does 1 cubic meter of fuel oil weigh
about 2400 kg per 1 cubic meter
1 cubic meter asphalt=how much wieght
1 cubic meter aluminum = 270 kg
1 cubic meter of Aluminium weighs 2020.75 kg or 4455 lb
The density of lead is 11.35 grams per cubic centimeter, so one cubic meter will weigh: (11.35g/cc) x (1,000,000cc/cubic meters) x (1 kg / 1000g) = 11350 kg per cubic meter.
The grammar here is confusing. I'll take this as "Compare One cubic meter of air and 1000 cubic meter of air?" 1000 cubic meters is 1000 times more volume than 1 cubic meter
A cubic meter is a cubic meter. It is a volume of 1 meter in length, 1 meter in width, and 1 meter in height. It is also 1000 liters. Only if you have fresh water you can say: 1 cubic meter water (or 1000 liters of water) weigh 1000 kilograms or 1 tonne. Volume measurement for wood: A cubic meter of wood is called a stÃ¨re.
8400 TO 8730 Kilos per cubic meter depending on what alloy it is.
One cubic meter of book weighs appr. 650kg to 850kg
Water has a density of 1 gram per cubic centimeter. There are 1,000,000 cubic centimeters in a cubic meter, so 1 cubic meter has a mass of 1000 kilograms.
That depends on the mass, pressure, and temperature of the air in the cubic meter.
Assuming you are talking about 'tons' (2,000 pounds) then there is no answer to your question. As an example, if the the cubic meter was filled with hydrogen or helium gas, it would be lighter than air even is, and it would rise up and up toward the sky. A cubic meter of feathers might weigh a few pounds, while a cubic meter of water would weigh nearly a ton. (2,000 pounds). Imagine how much a cubic meter of heavy lead would weigh!
depends on the bark.
It depends on ash density.
The weight of 1 cubic metre of pure water is 1 tonne. A cubic meter of any other material will weigh more or less.
Depends. A cubic meter of WHAT? If it's a cubic meter of lead, it would weigh quite a bit. A cubic meter of air, not so much. The standard substance that is used to relate metric measurements to each other is water. The "gram" was defined as the mass (not weight, but similar) of one cubic centimeter of water at normal temperature. There are 1 million cubic centimeters in a cubic meter, so a cubic meter of water would have a mass of 1 million grams, or 1,000 kilograms, or 1 metric ton. To obtain the mass of 1 cubic meter of some other substances, simply multiply the specific gravity of the substance by the mass of a cubic meter of water.
1 cubic meter is 1 meter long. It is 1 meter long by 1 meter wide by 1 meter high. A cubic meter is the shape of a cube or a square.
No cubic decimeters are in a meter. There are 1000 cubic decimeters in 1 cubic meter.
Since 1 cm = 0.01 meter, 1 cubic cm = 0.013 cubic meter. (1/1,000,000 of a cubic meter)
Solid marble weighs 160 lbs. per cubic ft 160lbs / 2000 lbs/ton = 0.08 tons 1 cubic ft = 0.028316846592 cubic meter 0.08 tons per cubic ft times 1 cubic ft per 0.0283 cubic meter equals 2.83 tons per cubic meter
1 cubic meter = 35.315 cubic feet (rounded)
'cmb' is the acronym for 'cubic meter'. 1 cubic meter, is a unit of volume. It means, that typically, if you had a cube for which a side was equal to 1 meter, the volume would be 1m cubed (or 1cbm). A cubic meter is also equal to 1.000 Liters. Therefore, the weight of this volume will depend on the density of the material that is filling this cubic meter. In 1 cubic meter, you fit, 1.000 liters of water, and 1000 liters is equal to one metric ton (1.000 Kg). A cubic meter of carbon dioxide à 0°C and 1 atmosphere of pressure will weigh just under 2 kg, and a cubic meter of lead will weigh 11.34 metric tons (11,340 Kg).