A typical 53foot trailer that is 9 feet high and 8 feet wide contains 3,816 cubic feet of space. However, because of the irregular shape of many items being shipped, a trailer is often not filled completely. Air pockets are located in various locations throughout the trailer.
For practical purposes, about 3,400 cubic feet of material fits into a 53foot trailer. It is able to comfortably haul 34,000 pounds of cargo. A slightly smaller standard trailer size is 48 feet long. This transport about 3,000 cubic feet of goods. Maximum weight is 30,000 pounds. The average density of freight is assumed to be about 10 pounds per cubic foot.
4013 cubic feet for a standard 53' dry van. See related link for source.
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That depends on the height of the trailer. Do you have other dimensions?
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1. Divide the diameter by 2 to calculate the radius. The radius is 3 feet/2 or 1.5 feet. 2. Obtain the mathematical constant number "pi" with the desired accuracy. Note
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One cubic foot is a cube 1 foot by 1 foot by 1 foot. It's a measure of volume, length times width times height. V = lwh. 3000 = 96 * 2.5 * h. h = 12.5.
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