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a cubic metere of what? it depends on the density
Cubic measurements are volume. Tons are weight (or mass). The answer above implies that it is not possible to convert Cubic metres to metric tonnes which is not true. It …can be done and it is very simple, also Weight is not the same thing as mass. Weight is the result of the effect of gravity on mass and as such is variable. Mass is a fixed value. eg. 1 gramme of water has both a mass (density) and a weight of 1 gramme at 1G (1G=the gravity of the earth) So as there are 1,000,000 cubic centimeters in 1 cubic metre 1 cubic metre of water weighs 1000kg or 1 metric tonne. 1gramme x 1,000,000/1000 The calculation can only be done if you know the density of the material. The density of a substance is defined in grammes per cubic centimetre. Once you know the mass of a substance (its weight per CC) it is simple. No complex calculations are needed, eg. Lead has a mass (weight) of 11.43g/cc. All that is needed is to replace the little g with tonnes per cubic metre eg 11.43 tonnes per cubic metre. Or if you need it in kilogrammes 11,430 kg/m3 You could multiply the density by 1 million and divide the result by 1000 to get the weight in kg and divide that by 1000 to get metric tonnes per cubic metre but why take the long way round.
That's like asking how many cups are in a pound. Cubic meter is a measure of volume. Metric ton is a measure of mass. They are not convertible.
The answer will depend on the material. Feathers? Wood? Depleted uranium?
With dry sand. 1.602 tonnes
This is impossible with the information you provided. You need the specifications of what you are converting. The density of a substance will effect how much it weighs over on…e cubic meter of area. Simply put, that one metric ton of sand will convert to more cubic meters than lead because it takes less lead to weigh a metric ton than it will take for sand to weigh the same. Re-post what exactly you are trying to convert and you will have more luck getting an answer.
it is not exact but 2 dumpy bags 0.8x0.8x0.8x2=1 cube,I believe they weigh a ton each.
A tonne is a measure of weight A cubic meter is a measure of volume There is no direct conversion. They are related by the density of the substance, the greater the dens…ity, the smaller 1 tonne will take up, for example 1 tonne of Hydrogen takes about 11000 m3 whereas 1 tonne of mercury takes about 0.074 m3.
Depends on what it's a cubic meter of. A cubic meter of hay will be much lighter than a cubic meter of sand.
multiply by the density in tonnes per cubic meter.
1 metric ton=1,000 kilograms How much volume (space) it occupies depends on what substance it is.
Marble has a density of 2 563kgm-3. A tonne is a megagram, or 1 000kg. so 1m3 weighs 2 563kg, or 2.563 tonne.
There is no sensible answer to the question. A ton is a measure of mass. A cubic metre is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and, according to basic princip…les of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid. If you are not convinced, consider a cubic metre of air. How many tons? Next consider a cubic metre of lead. How many tons?