# how many cubic meters in a ton, and how to calculate it?

how many cubic meters in a ton, and how to calculate it?

- What, what? Cubometers are a measure of volume. Ton is a measure of weight. Without a bottle - can not calculate. .
- in a ton of water one cubic meter ... in a ton of which the thread of another is another quantity of cubic meters, depends on the density, the higher the density, the smaller the cubic meter ....
- 1000 cube meters
- The question is not correct. The material would indicate, and then compare with the incomparable can not, and knowing the matter V = mp p-density by the table
- in a ton of which, everything depends on the density of matter - the formula is simple

mass = density * volume, therefore, volume = mass divided by density - It depends on what ton. you will know the weight of the material (1 cube m), then divide a ton by this weight
- There is a simple concept of a SPECIFIC WEIGHT OF SUBSTANCE.

Water has a specific gravity equal to 1,0 kg / dm ^ 3 (1 liter, which corresponds to 1 cube decimeter (weighs 1 kg)

And so the cubic meter of water weighs 1000 kg = 1 ton.

And already the ice has a specific weight - 0.94.

And cubic meter of ice will weigh 940 kg.

That's why ice floats.

Polyfoam - 0.8 and correspondingly cubic meter weighs 800 kg.

If you want to determine the WEIGHT of a cubic meter, then multiply by the specific weight of the material,

If you want to determine the VOLUME of a ton, then DELY for the same specific weight. - Nonmetallic building materials are rocks of natural origin, the extraction of such materials is carried out in open pits.
For example: Characteristics for loose materials, like sand is usually in the range = bulk weight 1cube. m sand from 1,2 to 1,8 tons. or 1t of sand = 670kg !!!

Nonmetallic materials include: sand, soil, crushed stone, building stone (granite and others), limestone, clay and other minerals and substances, and artificial - concrete, expanded clay and others.

Nonmetallic materials are materials of mineral origin used in the construction of St. Petersburg and flax. areas in a natural form without the isolation of their composition of individual minerals. These include aggregates for concrete and asphalt concrete, wall stones and blocks, facing products, road construction materials, mineral powder and others.

Nonmetallic materials are obtained as a result of the mechanical treatment of igneous or sedimentary and metamorphic rocks mined in quarries. Technologies used in the production of non-metallic materials include the extraction of mineral raw materials, its mechanical processing or enrichment.

The production of non-metallic and loose materials unites companies producing crushed stone, gravel, sand, soil, as well as in limited volumes quarry stone and sand-gravel mixture (SGS), as well as SHPS and others.

The non-ore quarry in St. Petersburg (Leningrad region) represents its non-metallic products for purchase and use in construction purposes in St. Petersburg and the cities of the region: Volosovo (Volosovo District), Vsevolozhsk (Vsevolozhsky District), Vyborg (Vyborg District), Gatchina (Gatchina District) , Kirovsk (Kirovsky District), Lomonosov (Lomonosov District), Priozersk (Priozersky District), Tosno (Tosno District), Kolpino (Kolpino District), Shushary, Pushkin (Pushkin District), Tsarskoe Selo, Petrodvorets (Peterhof), Sestroretsk, Zelenogorsk , Resort area, Willow city, Shlisselburg, Kronstadt, Sertolovo, Strelna, Pavlovsk, Red Village, Pargolovo, Parnassus, and nearby villages and towns!

More information about the products of Non-Iron Career in St. Petersburg you can find on the company's website:

- Tons are measures of weight, and cubic meters are a measure of volume!
- What if the styrene foam is 1000. cube, and water 1 m cube 1x1x1
- The application is the same as counting how many liters per kilometer .... : -)
- 3.3 cube.

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