Portland cement conversion
Amount: 1 fluid dram (fl dr) of volume
Equals: 3.70 cubic centimeters (cc - cm3) in volume
Converting fluid dram to cubic centimeters value in the Portland cement units scale.
TOGGLE : from cubic centimeters into fluid drams in the other way around.
CONVERT : between other Portland cement measuring units - complete list.
Conversion calculator for webmasters.
General Portland cement
General or common purpose Portland cement type (not any other weaker/cheaper cement replacement-version). It's the primary masonry binder hence bonding agent for mortars and concretes consisting of building sand, stones or other gravel aggregate, mixed with water.
By standard practice, when freshly poured, Portland cement has unit volume mass of 94 lbs/cu-ft - 1506 kg/m3 (but it becomes denser as the storage time is prolonged, when it gets compressed or vibrated; in such situations its weight per volume can increase to as high as 104 lbs/cu-ft). This calculator is based on the fresh form Portland cement w/ the standard mass properties of 94 pounds to 1 cubic foot.
Convert Portland cement measuring units between fluid dram (fl dr) and cubic centimeters (cc - cm3) but in the other reverse direction from cubic centimeters into fluid drams.
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Converter type: Portland cement measurements
This online Portland cement from fl dr into cc - cm3 converter is a handy tool not just for certified or experienced professionals.
First unit: fluid dram (fl dr) is used for measuring volume.
Second: cubic centimeter (cc - cm3) is unit of volume.
Portland cement per 3.70 cc - cm3 is equivalent to 1 what?
The cubic centimeters amount 3.70 cc - cm3 converts into 1 fl dr, one fluid dram. It is the EQUAL Portland cement volume value of 1 fluid dram but in the cubic centimeters volume unit alternative.
How to convert 2 fluid drams (fl dr) of Portland cement into cubic centimeters (cc - cm3)? Is there a calculation formula?
First divide the two units variables. Then multiply the result by 2 - for example:
3.69669119531 * 2 (or divide it by / 0.5)
1 fl dr of Portland cement = ? cc - cm3
1 fl dr = 3.70 cc - cm3 of Portland cement
Other applications for Portland cement units calculator ...
With the above mentioned two-units calculating service it provides, this Portland cement converter proved to be useful also as an online tool for:
1. practicing fluid drams and cubic centimeters of Portland cement ( fl dr vs. cc - cm3 ) measuring values exchange.
2. Portland cement amounts conversion factors - between numerous unit pairs.
3. working with - how heavy is Portland cement - values and properties.
International unit symbols for these two Portland cement measurements are:
Abbreviation or prefix ( abbr. short brevis ), unit symbol, for fluid dram is:
Abbreviation or prefix ( abbr. ) brevis - short unit symbol for cubic centimeter is:
cc - cm3
One fluid dram of Portland cement converted to cubic centimeter equals to 3.70 cc - cm3
How many cubic centimeters of Portland cement are in 1 fluid dram? The answer is: The change of 1 fl dr ( fluid dram ) unit of Portland cement measure equals = to 3.70 cc - cm3 ( cubic centimeter ) as the equivalent measure for the same Portland cement type.
In principle with any measuring task, switched on professional people always ensure, and their success depends on, they get the most precise conversion results everywhere and every-time. Not only whenever possible, it's always so. Often having only a good idea ( or more ideas ) might not be perfect nor good enough solution. If there is an exact known measure in fl dr - fluid drams for portland cement amount, the rule is that the fluid dram number gets converted into cc - cm3 - cubic centimeters or any other Portland cement unit absolutely exactly.
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