If i had 590.98kg/day how many L/day would that be?
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Re: How to get kilograms to liters?
1 liters of water = 1kg of water
X liters of water = 590. 98 kg of water
==> X= (1 liter x 590.98 kg)/ 1kg = 590. 98 liters
You should know kilograms of what ? then you can know the question .
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Right, if it is pure water than the conversion from kilogram to liters is about the same. 590.8 kilograms = 590.8 liters
If it is any other substance then the conversion will differ. Temperature and pressure all change the density, but with water the average joe wont need to worry about that.
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How can i convert 17 kilograms into liters??
how many liters are there in 17 kilos??
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Originally posted by Unregistered View PostI want formula to covert the kg in liters
A kilogram of feathers occupies a much larger volume than a kilogram of lead.
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Generally (as has been covered in this forum for years, but people still don't get/read) 1 litre of room temp water = 1 kg.
However, if the substance is different or if the water temp/pressure is abnormal then the mass may change.
However for the sake of argument  1 litre of water = 1 kg.
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I would like to know the conversion or method to figure out 1,240 Kg's of cream @ 36.95% butterfat = how many liters of cream
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Originally posted by Unregistered View PostI would like to know the conversion or method to figure out 1,240 Kg's of cream @ 36.95% butterfat = how many liters of cream
http://physics.info/density/
(May not be for the EXACT butterfat you specify, but in the ballpark)
1240 kg x 1 L/0.994 kg = 1247 L
(if you have a more precise density, use it the same way)
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