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# concrete conversion

**Amount:** 1 sphere 1 foot in diameter (d, ∅ 1 ft) of volume

**Equals:** 0.015 cubic meters (m3) in volume

Converting sphere 1 foot in diameter to cubic meters value in the concrete units scale.

TOGGLE : from cubic meters into solid ∅ 1 foot spheres in the other way around.

CONVERT : between other concrete measuring units - complete list.

Conversion calculator for **webmasters**.

## Concrete

This **general purpose concrete** formulation, called also **concrete-aggregate** (4:1 - sand/gravel aggregate : cement - mixing ratio w/ water) conversion tool is based on the concrete mass density of 2400 kg/m3 - 150 lbs/ft3 after curing (rounded). Unit mass per cubic centimeter, concrete has density 2.41g/cm3. The main concrete calculator page.

The 4:1 strength concrete mixing formula applies the measuring portions in volume sense (e.g. 4 buckets of concrete aggregate, which consists of gravel and sand, with 1 bucket of cement.) In order not to end up with a too wet concrete, add water gradually as the mixing progresses. If mixing concrete manually by hand; mix dry matter portions first and only then add water. This concrete type is commonly reinforced with metal rebars or mesh.

Convert concrete measuring units between ** sphere 1 foot in diameter (d, ∅ 1 ft)** and

**but in the other reverse direction from cubic meters into solid ∅ 1 foot spheres.**

*cubic meters (m3)*conversion result for concrete: | |||||

From | Symbol | Result | To | Symbol | |

1 sphere 1 foot in diameter | d, ∅ 1 ft | = 0.015 | cubic meters | m3 |

# Converter type: concrete measurements

This online concrete from d, ∅ 1 ft into m3 converter is a handy tool not just for certified or experienced professionals.

First unit: sphere 1 foot in diameter (d, ∅ 1 ft) is used for measuring volume.

Second: cubic meter (m3) is unit of volume.

## concrete per 0.015 m3 is equivalent to 1 what?

The cubic meters amount 0.015 m3 converts into 1 d, ∅ 1 ft, one sphere 1 foot in diameter. It is the EQUAL concrete volume value of 1 sphere 1 foot in diameter but in the cubic meters volume unit alternative.

How to convert 2 solid ∅ 1 foot spheres (d, ∅ 1 ft) of concrete into cubic meters (m3)? Is there a calculation formula?

First divide the two units variables. Then multiply the result by 2 - for example:

0.014826666204376 * 2 (or divide it by / 0.5)

**QUESTION**:

1 d, ∅ 1 ft of concrete = ? m3

**ANSWER**:

1 d, ∅ 1 ft = 0.015 m3 of concrete

## Other applications for concrete units calculator ...

With the above mentioned two-units calculating service it provides, this concrete converter proved to be useful also as an online tool for:

1. practicing solid ∅ 1 foot spheres and cubic meters of concrete ( d, ∅ 1 ft vs. m3 ) measuring values exchange.

2. concrete amounts conversion factors - between numerous unit pairs.

3. working with - how heavy is concrete - values and properties.

International unit symbols for these two concrete measurements are:

Abbreviation or prefix ( abbr. short brevis ), unit symbol, for sphere 1 foot in diameter is:

**d, ∅ 1 ft**

Abbreviation or prefix ( abbr. ) brevis - short unit symbol for cubic meter is:

**m3**

### One sphere 1 foot in diameter of concrete converted to cubic meter equals to 0.015 m3

How many cubic meters of concrete are in 1 sphere 1 foot in diameter? The answer is: The change of 1 d, ∅ 1 ft ( sphere 1 foot in diameter ) unit of concrete measure equals = to 0.015 m3 ( cubic meter ) as the equivalent measure for the same concrete 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 d, ∅ 1 ft - solid ∅ 1 foot spheres for concrete amount, the rule is that the sphere 1 foot in diameter number gets converted into m3 - cubic meters or any other concrete unit absolutely exactly.

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