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  • #61
    Re: Wood Measurement / Foot to Cubic Meter

    How can i calculate CFT of below sizes,

    1250x100x30

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    • #62
      Re: Wood Measurement / Foot to Cubic Meter

      Originally posted by chirag View Post
      Please tell me
      3 feet dia x 10 feet length how to measure in cu.ft
      40 inch dia ×180inch length

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      • #63
        Re: Wood Measurement / Foot to Cubic Meter

        5 inch x 3 inch x7 feet= ----cft
        6 inch x 3 inch x7 fee =----cft

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        • #64
          Re: Wood Measurement / Foot to Cubic Meter

          Originally posted by Unregistered View Post
          5 inch x 3 inch x7 feet= ----cft
          6 inch x 3 inch x7 fee =----cft
          Convert the inches to feet by dividing by 12
          (5/12) ft x (3/12) ft x 7 ft = 0.729 ft³
          You can do the second the same the same way.

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          • #65
            Re: Wood Measurement / Foot to Cubic Meter

            PLZ SEND ME THIS SIZE 15"X3/4"X10'
            how much QM

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            • #66
              Re: Wood Measurement / Foot to Cubic Meter

              Originally posted by Unregistered View Post
              PLZ SEND ME THIS SIZE 15"X3/4"X10'
              how much QM
              15" x 0.75" x 10' x (0.0254 m/in)² x 0.3048 m/ft = 0.02212 m³

              It is much easier if you measure in centimeters or meters.

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              • #67
                Re: Wood Measurement / Foot to Cubic Meter

                I need help calculating the cbm of a log and lumber. I have been searching around but its just confusing for me. i got from other website you can get a cbm of a wood by multiplying the
                (L X W X H). but in my conclusion we only deal with dia and length (LXW) when it comes to logs, also I'm getting confused with the thickness of a wood. please help any simple methid for calculating these two.
                cbm of a log and cbm of lumber.

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                • #68
                  Re: Wood Measurement / Foot to Cubic Meter

                  Originally posted by Unregistered View Post
                  I need help calculating the cbm of a log and lumber. I have been searching around but its just confusing for me. i got from other website you can get a cbm of a wood by multiplying the
                  (L X W X H). but in my conclusion we only deal with dia and length (LXW) when it comes to logs, also I'm getting confused with the thickness of a wood. please help any simple methid for calculating these two.
                  cbm of a log and cbm of lumber.
                  Cut lumber (rectangular pieces) should stack well enough that L X W X H works (but all dimensions must be in meters).

                  For round, trees have some taper, but for a simple estimate take the midpoint diameter. Volume is approximately
                  (pi/4) x diameter² x length
                  pi is irrational (infinite number of decimal digits, but 0.785 is an adequate approximation to pi/4. If you are talking shipping volume, round tree pieces don't stack perfectly so the shipping volume (space occupied) will be greater (and more variable) than the lumber volume. The shipping volume may be on the order of 1.6X the tree volume above due to air spaces between the trees, and will vary depending on how well the trees stack.

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                  • #69
                    Re: Wood Measurement / Foot to Cubic Meter

                    hello can anyone help me out. I want to know how many
                    board foot are their in a 3inches in diameter log x 4feet length.

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                    • #70
                      Re: Wood Measurement / Foot to Cubic Meter

                      100 25 1.25 1 0.003 m3

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