# How many 50 kg bags in one cubic meter?

# How many cubic feet in one cubic meter?

1 cubic meter = 35.314667 cubic feet 1 meter = 3.28084 foot (rounded) (1m x 1m x 1m) = 1 m 3 = (3.28084ft x 3.28084ft x 3.28084ft) = 35.3147 ft 3 (rounded)

# How many cubic feet are in one cubic meter?

About 35.31 cubic feet 1 meter is about 3.2808 feet. 1 cubic meter is (3.2808 ft x 3.2808 ft x 3.2808 ft ) = about 35.31 cubic feet.

# How many kg of soil in a cubic meter?

2000 kgs compacted but 1250 kgs loose.
second opinion.
in my experience soil wieghts 600-900 kg per cubic meter, i never heard of a two ton per cube soil

# How many cubic centimeters are in one cubic meter?

1 m = 100 cm and 1 m 3 = (100 cm) 3 = (100 3 ) cm 3 = 1,000,000 cm 3 or 1 Million cm 3

# What is 50 cubic meters in meters?

There is a volume unit (50 cubic meters) that has to be converted to a length unit (meter). Impossible!

# How many kg in a cubic meter of wood?

It varies based on the type of wood. For Oregon Pine, it is 530 kg/m 3 . See the link below for other types of wood.

# 1 cubic meter of cement is equal to how many bags?

one cubic meter of concrete equals 30 bags(approximately) The exact answer is 28.8 bags of 50kg cement bags. .
Typical Portland Cement has a density of 94 lbs/cubic foot, which translates to 1505 kg / cubic meter. So, divide 1505 kg by the weight of a "bag" of cement in kg. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Seems to be perhaps a little confusion here between concrete and cement. Cement is the powder we mix with aggregate to make concrete. Cement varies in density as much as 100%, i.e. it can double in density. From the above URL one 94lb bag is taken to be 1 cu ft for building purposes. 1 cu metre = 35.3146667 cu ft and therefore 1 cu meter of CEMENT is that many 94lb (42kg) bags. Hence the answer for how many Cement bags in 1 cu m = 35.3 94lb bags. It would make more sense if the query was directed towards finding how many bags of cement are required for 1 cu meter of CONCRETE. This depends, of course, on the chosen concrete mix. They vary widely. A most common mix is 1:2:3 - 1 part cement, 2 parts sand, three parts aggregate all by volume. In concrete making the dry ingredients shrink during the process as they compact together. It is found necessary to commence with 1.6 cu m of dry material to finish with 1 cu meter of concrete. 1.6 cu m = 56.5034 cu ft of which the cement portion should be 1/6 for a 1:2:3 mix. 56.5034/6 = 9.4172 cu ft and therefore 9.4172 1 cu ft, 94lb or 42kg bags are required or round about 20 of the usual household DIY worker's 20kg bags here in Australia. Hence the answer for how many bags of cement to make 1 cu m of (1:2:3) concrete is 20 20kg bags. These answers are not precise because of the nature of cement. Refer again to the Portland Cement Association website and their remarks on density.

# What is one cubic meter of air in kg?

Each mole has a volume of 22.4 liters and a mass of 28.97g/mol at STP, therefore a cubic meter of air is 1.293 kg at 0 o Celsius on the coast. An average mass of 1.2kg per m 3 at room temperature and standard pressure is often used as a rule of thumb.

# How many 20kg bags concrete per cubic meter?

According to Blue Circle it takes 108 bags of concrete to get a cubic meter

# How many 50-kilo-bags of cement is needed to fill 102.16 cubic feet. Area is 9.5 meters by 3 meters?

1 50kg bag fill about 2 cubic f. so for 102cu.f. you'll need 51 bags

# How do you Convert one kg into cubic meter?

You cannot unless you know the density of the substance involved. A kilogram of gold would sit in your hand but a kilogram of gaseous oxygen would fill the room..
A kilogram of water occupies a cubic deciliter. Therefore there are 1000 kilograms (known as a metric tonne) of water in a cubic meter.

# How many kg of steel reinforcement in one cubic meter concrete?

It all depends on the type and sizes of the steel used. It also depends on the load that the concrete has to take at certain points. 7865kg is the weight of a cubic meter of steel. .
Typical examples; .
A pile cap could contain 400kg/m3 .
A heavy duty industrial slab or structure could contain 200kg-400kg/m3 .
A footpath could contain 40kg/m3 .
(all depends on the design, but numbers above should give you a rough answer)

# Cubic meter equal to how many kgs?

A cubic metre is a unit of capacity. A kilogram is a unit of mass. The two units are therefore incompatible - unless you specify the density of the material

# How many meters are in one cubic Meter?

The question, as stated, cannot be answered sensibly. A cubic metreis a measure of volume, with dimensions [L3]. A metre is a measureof distance, with dimensions [L]. The two measure different thingsand elementary dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convertbetween measures with different dimensions such as these withoutadditional information.

# How many cubic meter in one meter?

it's impossible to compare the two. cubic meter is a volume measurement, where as one meter is distance. cubic meter would be: 1 meter x 1 meter x 1 meter.

# 1 cubic meter of water equals how many kg?

1 Cubic Metre of Water is around 12.019 Kg * * * * * Total nonsense. The mass of 1 cubic metre of pure water, at the pressure of one atmosphere, varies between 958.4 kg (at 100 deg C) and 999.9720 kg (at 4 deg C).

# How many cubic centimeters cubed in one cubic meter?

1 meter = 100 cm 1 cubic meter = 100 3 cubic cm = 1,000,000 cubic cm 1 cubic meter = 1 million cubic cm

# How many 20kg bags equal 0.75 cubic meter?

It is not possible to answer the question without knowing the density (specific gravity) of the mayerial. The more dense the substance, the fewer bags you will need.

# How many cubic meters of LPG in 1 kg?

I doubt if this question has an answer. Needless to say, meters is a measurement of size (volume) and kg is a measurement of weight. Unless a given volume of ALL LPG weighs the same, i.e. there is no varying amount of trace minerals or water, the weight per volume would depend on the sample of gas.

# How many cubic meters are there in one cubic decimeter?

1 cubic decimetre = (1 decimetre) 3 = (1/10 metre) 3 = 10 -3 cubic metres

# How many grains of rice in 50 kg bag?

There are 14652459632 Another contributor commented: I don't think so. That's more than 8 million in 1 ounce. I'm troubled by a growing, nagging suspicion that the contributor who posted that answer did not count them.

# How many liters of cement in a 50 kg bag?

A 50kg bag of cement is generally 33l. Generally 2 x 50kg bags fill 1 x 65l wheelbarrow. If you are unsure, read the back of the bag. Or check with your manufacturer. The RD is a comparison with the same volume of water at a controlled temperature. This should not be used to calculate the volume of cement in a bag. Use the Bulk Density of that type of cement. That info can be obtained from the manufacturer. An example is Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) has a bulk density of 1500kg/m3. This means it is 1.5kg/l. 50kg/1.5 = 33.3l.

# How many 20 kg bags of concrete for 0.2 of a cubic meter?

To fill 0.2 cubic meters, you will need about 21.6 bags. According to the site at the related link, a 20 kg or 40 lb bag of premixed concrete should fill an area of 1/3 cubic foot, which is 1/106th of a cubic meter. There is also a separate estimate of 108 20-kg bags per cubic meter, which provides essentially the same result.

# How many kg in 1 cubic meter of lpg?

yes ,its nice question ........ sir, that is depends on the form of lpg.if lpg in gas form then 2.155 kg /m3 and if it is in liquid form then 553 kg/m3. i hope this will help you ------ Nilesh Parkar Radhanagri kolhapur maharshtra india

# How many 20 kg bags of cement will you need to mix with 13 cubic meters of sand if you want to mix at a ratio of 8 sand to 1 cement?

If a 20kg bag of cement=0.1m3 with 100 lots o 0.01 to 1m3 then you will need 12.5 bags per m3. So you need approx 11.5m3 of sand and 144 bags of cement (144 x 0.01 = 1.44m3) to give you a total of 12.94m3

# How many bags of cement in one cubic meter?

It would depend on how big the bag of cement is. 1 foot bags will be more in the cubic meter than 2 feet.

# How many kg in 1 cubic meter?

A kg is a measure of mass, a cubic meter is a measure of volume, so without a way to convert from one to the other (in this case a mass density), the question has no meaning. If you were considering something with a density of about 1 gram per cm, like water, then the answer would be 1000 kg (a metric tonne), but if the substance were 5 grams per cm, like rock, then the answer would be 5000 kg.

# How many cubic meters is equal to 4.8 kg?

It all depends upon the density of the substance. 4.8kg of Hydrogen [gas] will take up much, much more cubic meters than 4.8kg of Mercury. Cubic meters are a measure of volume whereas kilograms are a measure of weight . Volume and weight are related by density = weight ÃƒÂ· volume - the lower the density, the greater the volume for the same weight!

# How many cubic meters is in one cubic centimeters?

1 meter = 100 cm 1 cubic meter = 1000000 cubic cm 1 cubic cm = 1/1000000 cubic meter = 10 -6 cubic meter

# How many kg sand is in a cubic meter?

Wet sand specific gravity is approximately 2.0 and dry sand is approximately 1.6 Therefore 1 cu.m. of sand will weigh 1600 kg. if dry or 2000 kg. if wet.

# How many 40kg bags of sand per cubic meter?

it depends on the density, but if we take a density of 1.6 kg/ litre for dry sand it would be 1.6 x 1000 litres = 1600 kg 1600 / 40 = 40 bags

# How many cubic meter in 50 kilograms?

assume you mean 50kg water,then since 1 cu m water =1000kg then 50kg = 50/1000 = 0.05 cu mType your answer here...

# How many 50 kg bags in one cubic meter of m25 concrete?

1 cubic metre of m25 concrete = 2 400 kg, so 2 400 / 50 = 48 bags

# How many cubic feet in one million cubic meters?

1 cubic meter = 35.31564 cubic feet (rounded) 1 million cubic meters = 35,315,640 cubic feet (rounded)

# How many 50 kg bags can be found in one metric ton?

1 metric tonne = 1000 kg. 1000 / 50 = 20 bags @ 50 kg.

# How many bags of cement in a cubic meter?

For M10 (1:3:6) Grade of concrete cement bag consumed = 4.4 bags/cum M15(1:2:4) Grade of concrete cement bag consumed = 6.6 bag/cum M20(1:1.5:3) Grade of concrete cement bag consumed = 8.2 bag/cum

# How many kg of steel in 1 cubic meter?

Depending on the type of steel you are referring to, between 7,450 - 8,000 kilograms per cubic metre.

# How many cubic kilometers are in one cubic meter?

Well approaching the problem from the other end, there are 1000 x 1000 x 1000 cubic metres in 1 cubic kilometre. i.e 10 9 . So a cubic kilometre will be 10 -9 of a cubic metre. i.e. 0.000 000 0001.

# How many cubic meter per 1 bag cement 40 kg?

One cubic meter of concrete is equal to 1.308 cubic yards of concrete. If there are 5 1/2 bags of cement in 1 cubic yard of concrete, there would be 7.2 bags in 1 cubic meter of concrete. These are the 94 pound bags of portland cement or roughly 40kg bags so figure 8 bags total. Some will be left over

# HOW many cement bags are used in one cubic meter concrete?

It all depends on the strength of concrete needed, for a strength of 15MPA you would need 5.13 bags of 50Kg cement, for 25MPA you would need 6.59 bags, for 30MPA you would need7.7 bags. (based on Afrisam high strength cement brochure) (South Africa)

# How many kg of gas in 1 cubic meter?

A kg or kilogram is a measurement of mass. A cubic meter or m 3 , is a measurement of volume. With that being stated, you cannot mathematically convert to one another.

# How many cubic meters are 750 kg?

Cubic metre is a measure of volume, kilogram is a measure of mass. You can't convert between the two.

# How many cubic meter in 5000 kg?

There is no equivalence. A kilogram is a measure of mass. A cubic metre is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles 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 kilograms? Next consider a cubic metre of lead. How many kilograms? The masses of equal volumes of the two substances will clearly be very different. So there is no direct conversion between mass and volume : you need to know the density of the substance to enable you to carry out the conversion. Some people still believe that there is a conversion in relation to pure water but that is only approximately true. Until 1964 (nearly 50 year ago!) a litre was defined as the volume of one kilogram of pure water at 4 degrees Celsius and at a pressure of 760 millimetres of mercury. With that definition a conversion would have been valid - but only for pure water and only under those conditions. In any case that definition of a litre was abandoned in favour of 1 litre =1000 cubic centimetres. In fact the density of pure water, at 4 deg C and 760 ml of mercury is 999.9720 kg/metre 3

# How many cubic meter in 50 kilogram?

There is no equivalence. A kilogram is a measure of mass. A cubic metre is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid. The masses of equal volumes of the two substances will clearly be very different. So there is no direct conversion between mass and volume : you need to know the density of the substance to enable you to carry out the conversion. Some people still believe that there is a conversion in relation to pure water but that is only approximately true. Until 1964 (nearly 50 year ago!) a litre was defined as the volume of one kilogram of pure water at 4 degrees Celsius and at a pressure of 760 millimetres of mercury. With that definition a conversion would have been valid - but only for pure water and only under those conditions. In any case that definition of a litre was abandoned in favour of 1 litre =1000 cubic centimetres. In fact the density of pure water, at 4 deg C and 760 ml of mercury is 999.9720 kg/metre 3 and at 20 deg C is 998.2071 kg/m 3 . The answer, therefore, is APPROXIMATELY 50 m 3 but only approximately so.

# How many 40kg bags of gravel per cubic meter?

Volume of concrete is 1 cu.m. how many 40 kg bags of cement, wetsand and 3/4 gravel will it take for a mixture of 1:3:4

# How much cubic feet in 50 kg cement bag?

A 50 kg cement bag will hold about 1.3 cubic feet of dry cement powder.

# How you find number of cement bag in one cubic meter?

quantity of cement for M20 in one cubic meter .
cement=1440 kg/m3 sand=1700 kg/m3 aggregate= 1600 kg/m3 Lets solve for M20 i.e, 1:1.5:3 1 bag of cement = 50 kg =34.7 litres =35 litres i.e, 0.035 m3 (item) (w/c ratio)(water) (cement)(sand)(aggregate) .
volume(0.42)(21ltr)(0.035)(0.0525)(0.105) voids - (0) (0) (0 60%) (40%) (45%) solidvolume (-) (0.021) (0.014) (0.0315) (0.05775) *sum=0.124 Thus 50 kg of cement gives 0.124 m3 of concrete for M20 at 0.42 w/c ratio. Hence, cement required =0.035/0.124 =0.28 m3 i.e, 0.28*1440= 403kg sand required= 0.0525/0.124 =0.42 m3 i.e, 0.42*1700 = 714 kg similarly aggregate required = 1360 kg water required = 169 litre Check: 403+714+1360 = 2477 i.e, density of concrete =2477kg/m3 * NOTE: The quantity of cement, sand, aggregate & water varies with the w/c ratio and the density of materials.

# How many cubic feet sand in one cubic meter?

1 cm 3 (cubic metres) of sand is equal to 35.3 ft 3 (cubic feet).

# What is weight of one kg per cubic meter of slab?

1 kg of any material weighs the same as 1 kg of any other material. With normal Earth gravity, a mass of 1 kg has a weight of about 9.8 N.

# How many cubic feet in one malaysian cubic meter?

The cubic metre is international and it's name is the "stere" . It is the same volume as 35.315 cubic ft.