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convert cubic measurement to tonnes. Example 8.119 cubic measurement = how many tonnes

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You can get close but getting an exact weight will be virtually impossible. The actual weight will depend on the density of the wood species plus the moisture content.

A site with different species of woods with weights in kg/m^3 is: http://www.simetric.co.uk/si_wood.htm

Multiply 8.119 by the weight shown in kg/m^3 for the wood your interested in. Multiply the answer by 0.001 to obtain tonnes.

Realize the answer will be a close approximation.

George

A site with different species of woods with weights in kg/m^3 is: http://www.simetric.co.uk/si_wood.htm

Multiply 8.119 by the weight shown in kg/m^3 for the wood your interested in. Multiply the answer by 0.001 to obtain tonnes.

Realize the answer will be a close approximation.

George

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