The density of plywood is roughly 34.08 pounds per cubic foot. Because plywood is a flat material, it is generally measured in mass per area rather than mass per volume. More »

When dry, sand has a bulk density of about 80 to 100 pounds per cubic foot, while when damp, it is about 100. The bulk density of sand varies according to its texture. More »

In English units, the density of water is 1.936 slugs per cubic foot. A slug is different from a pound because the slug measures the mass of a unit, but a pound measures the force of the unit in relation to gravity. More »

Diesel fuel has a varying density depending on the type of diesel; for instance, diesel 1D fuel has a density of 54.6 pounds per cubic foot. Other types of diesel fuels, like diesel 2D and diesel 4D, have different densi... More »

The density of cement can be anywhere from 62 to 81 pounds per cubic foot, depending on the type of cement. General purpose cement, for example, can have a density up to 81 pounds per cubic foot. More »

The density of normal concrete is about 145 pounds per cubic foot. The density of concrete is determined largely by the type of aggregate used in the mixture. The density of the cement used in the mix can also affect den... More »

Common glass, which has a density range of 4.67 to 5.43 slugs per foot cubed, has a unit weight range of 150.25 to 174.7 pounds per foot cubed. Unit weight, more commonly known as specific weight, measures the weight of ... More »