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    Please convert dry granite to cubic meter

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    Originally posted by Jelili Ayanfe Adekunle View Post
    Please convert dry granite to cubic meter
    I see you know the thickness, do you also know the area? More accurate to calculate the volume that way since we would have to estimate the density.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Jelili Ayanfe Adekunle View Post
      Please convert dry granite to cubic meter
      If these are polished granity slabs that will stack without voids, use intrinsic density, 2.65 - 2.75 t/m
      for example, 10 t x 1 m/2.75 t = 3.64 m

      You may need a sample density for your granite as all natural material is subject to some variation.

      Granite that is broken or crushed will have much lower density due to voids between pieces, around 1.6 t/m.

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