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1728 cubic inches.

A measurement of 12 inches by 12 inches by 12 inches or 1,728 cubic inches.

A unit of solid wood, one foot square and one foot thick.

A measurement for volume; it represents a volume of one foot long, by one foot wide, by one foot deep.

Metrically - speaking, it is not possible to have a cubic foot of anything. However, we Americans insist on keeping our foots instead of going metric, so we must have cubic foots in order to measure volume. A cube is three dimensional, thus has three sides. And, if each side contains a foot, there must be three feet, but only one cubic foot...got it

A unit of volume equal to 1 cubic foot at a pressure base of 14.73 pounds standard per square inch absolute and a temperature base of 60 F.

a unit of measurement for volume. It represents an area one foot long, by one foot wide, by one foot deep. Natural gas is measured in cubic feet, but the measurements are usually expressed in terms of bcf, tcf, mcf, or Quads.Liquefied natural gas (LNG): natural gas is liquefied when its temperature is reduced to -260 degrees F at atmospheric pressure.

A standard unit used to measure quantity of gas (at atmospheric pressure); 1 cubic foot = 0.0283 cubic metres.

the amount of gas that occupies one cubic foot under standard temperature and pressure conditions; the standard volume measurement for natural gas.

an American unit for measuring volume

an Imperial unit / U

an Imperial unit/US customary unit (non - SI non - metric) of volume, used in the United States

a stated measure of gas volume

The most common unit of measurement of natural gas volume. It takes eight gallons of liquid to equal one cubic foot. One hundred cubic feet equals one therm.

Basic unit of measurement by which natural gas is generally sold.

volume measurement in feet: Width times length times height equals cubic feet.

A Cubic Foot is the volume of gas required to fill one cubic foot of space at 60 degrees Fahrenheit at sea level (14.73 psi)

7.8 gallons (62.4 pounds) of water

The amount of gas required to fill a volume of one cubic foot.

One cubic foot equals 7.48 gallons or 62.4 pounds of water.

A frequent water industry term of measurement, as in cubic feet per second. One cubic foot (cf) equals 7.48 gallons. A cubic foot per second is 450 gallons per minute.

A common measure of the capacity of a truck, 1,728 cubic inches.

a unit of true volume that measures 1 x 1 x 1 feet

The unit of volume measurement that is equaled to 1,728 cubic inches.

The volume of gas contained in one cubic foot of space at a standard pressure base of 14.7 psia and a standard temperature base of 60 degree Fahrenheit.

A measurement of Gas volume. One cubic foot is equal to the amount of Gas required to fill one cubic foot under standard temperature and pressure. 1 Cubic Foot is approximately 1,025 Btus 100 Cubic Feet = 1 CCF

1,728 cubic inches. A volume contained in a space measuring one foot high, one foot wide, and one foot long (12" x 12" x 12").

A wood volume measurement containing 1,728 cubic inches, such as a piece of wood measuring 1 foot on a side. A cubic foot of wood contains about 6 to 10 usable board feet of lumber rather than 12 board feet because some wood is lost as sawdust and shavings during processing.

The amount of gas which will occupy one cubic foot at a pre-determined temperature and pressure.

Volume equal or equivalent to that of a cube one foot long on each side.

The volume of a cube whose sides have the length of one foot. The common basis for the measurement of the volume of ion exchangers or loose filter media.

A cubic foot is an Imperial / U.S. customary (non-metric) unit of volume, used in the United States, Canada and the UK. It is defined as the volume of a cube with sides of 1 foot (0.3048 m) in length.

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