This number will vary based on the specific gravity of the gravel. In Louisiana a generally accepted value is 2700 lbs/cu yd. This equates to 100 lbs/ cu ft.
It weighs approximately 1.75 tons. It can vary some do to the density of the material, amount of water contained in the material and type of material.
More info needed. How much does 0.4 cubic feet of what weigh? Air? Lead? Water? Dirt?
A cubic foot of lead will weigh about 321 kg at room temterature, or about 708 pounds.
0.283 pounds per cubic inch
A lot --- a cubic yard of gravel could weigh around 1500 lbs.
1 cubic yard = 1.3 tons
1.43 metric tonnes
it weights 1522 kg if it is loose dry gravel, and 2000 kg if it is wet
Pit-run gravel is one type of gravel used in constructing road and other infrastructure. One cubic yard of this gravel typically weights about 2 tons.
4,050 lbs +/-
It weighs 1 ton. (Cubic meters is a measure of volume, not weight.)
A cubic foot of dry, loose gravel with 1/4" to 2" stones is 105 pounds per cubic foot. So, a cubic yard is that times 27, or 2835 lb. (There are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard.)
This depends on the size of gravel, the water content of the gravel, and the material composition of the rock used to make the gravel. Typically 1 cu.yd. of gravel wieghs 3000 lb.
Approximatly 2300 Lbs depending on moisture content.
A: One cubic foot. That would be 0.037 cubic yard (rounded)