convert cu. ft. to PSF for concrete wall dead load

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convert cu. ft. to PSF for concrete wall dead load

Postby Ecoblame » Sat Apr 01, 2006 4:22 am

I have a 10'-8" (10.667') ICF wall w/ an 8" core. How do I find the weight per square foot? Is 150lbs. appropriate for the cubic weight of the concrete? I have figured .26351 cubic yards, rather, 7.1147 cubic feet needed for 1 liner foot (8" wide). Is it as simple as 150(7.1147)=1067.2?
Ecoblame
 

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