How Many Cubic Feet in a 20 Foot Container?

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A general purpose dry 20 foot container used in ocean cargo is normally 8 ft wide and 8.5 ft high. The volume formula is the length times the width times the height thus the volume being 1,360 cubic feet. This is converted to cubic meters by a linear relationship of 0254 m = 1 inch. So, 1 cubic foot = (12 x 12 x 12) cubic inches = 1728 cubic inches = 1728*(.0254)3 cubic meters = 0.02832 cubic meters. This only assumes no air spaces are left.
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1 cubic metre is equivalent to: * 1,000 litres (exactly); 1 litre = 0.001 m3 (exactly) * ~35.3 cubic feet (approximately); 1 cubic foot = 0.028 316 846 592 m3 (exactly) * ~1.31 cubic
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Not enough information here. To get a cubic measurement you need to know the length, the breadth, and the height. You've only given us one of these.
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1. Obtain the materials you will need to pack your household goods and belongings. Sturdy boxes can be bought from a moving company or a truck rental company. Straps and pads can
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We know that 1 litre= 1000cm3 1 cubic metre= 100 cm x 100 cm x 100 cm = 1,000,000cm3 therefore the number of litres contained in a cubic metre is 1,000,000/1000 = 1000
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