Q: What is the weight per foot of 8 x 8 Douglas fir?

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Dale N. Bever has written: 'The relationship of stocking percent to number of trees per acre on artificially seeded areas' -- subject(s): Douglas fir, Forests and forestry, Growth, Reforestation, Trees 'A working plan for the study of natural pruning in second growth Douglas fir stands of the Pacific Coast' -- subject(s): Douglas fir, Pruning 'Surveying forest lands for stocking' -- subject(s): Douglas fir, Forest management, Forest surveys

A square foot of quartz has no definite weight because a square foot has no thickness.

Dead weight per square foot is calculated in the following fashion: a = building weight b = square footage of building c = building dead weight/ SF c = a/b

if the slab is one inches thick, it should be 8.8 pound per squire foot.

Specific weight is the weight of the material per unit volume. Water has the specific weight of 62.43 pounds per cubic foot or 9.807 Newtons per cubic meter.

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a foot of 4x6 Douglas fir will weigh about 2lbs. to 3 1/2 lbs. per running foot depending on the moisture content of the particular piece of lumber

Douglas fir weighs 34 lbs. per cubic foot, that is 1 ft x 1ft x1f . Therefore a linear foot of a 6x6x12 is 1/4 of 34 lbs or 8 1/2 lbs per foot .

Each type of wood has a different weight per unit volume. Some commonly used kinds of wood are pine, fir, spruce and cedar. Pine weight ranges from 27 to 45 pounds per cubic foot. For one cubic meter, multiply by 27. Douglas fir weighs about 33 pounds per cubic foot. Spruce (dry) weighs 28 pounds/cubic foot. Red cedar weighs 24 pounds/cu. foot.

your average Douglas fir weighs 35 lbs per cubic foot witch equals 2.005208 lbs. per linear foot for 2x6 so a 16 footer would weigh approx 32.083 lbs. (answer from Pocket Reference third edition, Thomas J. Glover) math done by me. 5.5 x 1.5=8.25 c.i. per linear inch x 12"=99 c.i. per foot x 16 feet = 1585 cubic inches divided by 1728 (12x12x12) =.9166666667 x 35 lbs =32.0833333345 lbs. per 16 feet.

Ball park? About 16 pounds per foot for your 6 x 12 Douglas fir beam. We all know that Doug fir will vary in moisture content and all that. And when you try to pin a density on it, the number skates around a bit. But having seen a half dozen different cites for the density, this one works well. And it's kinda "in the middle" of the pack.

The Douglas fir is a well known North American tree, growing in all states. The wood weighs 31 pounds per cubic foot, so it would depend on the size of the tree.

Dale N. Bever has written: 'The relationship of stocking percent to number of trees per acre on artificially seeded areas' -- subject(s): Douglas fir, Forests and forestry, Growth, Reforestation, Trees 'A working plan for the study of natural pruning in second growth Douglas fir stands of the Pacific Coast' -- subject(s): Douglas fir, Pruning 'Surveying forest lands for stocking' -- subject(s): Douglas fir, Forest management, Forest surveys

Granite is figured at 168 pounds per cubic foot. If you know the thickness, you can determine the weight per square foot.

The weight of 350 MCM (thousand circular mils) per foot depends on the material it is made of. For example, copper 350 MCM wire weighs approximately 2.6 pounds per foot, while aluminum 350 MCM wire weighs around 1.6 pounds per foot.

Granite is figured at 168 pounds per cubic foot. If you know the thickness, you can determine the weight per square foot.

A square foot of quartz has no definite weight because a square foot has no thickness.

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