http://www.catallday.com/articles/challenges/staying-profitable/reference-tables-to-help-estimate-earthwork-volumes

Bank Cubic Yards (BCY)/Bank Cubic Meters (BCM): Material as it lies in its natural bank state. Loose Cubic Yards (LCY)/Loose Cubic Meters (LCM): Material ...

http://enginemechanics.tpub.com/14080/css/Table-4-1-Volume-Changes-115.htm

Cubic yards of material are either inplace, loose, or compacted. Material excavated in its natural state increases in volume, commonly known as swell.

https://www.spikevm.com/calculators/excavation/swell-shrinkage.php

The change from bank to loose volume is the swell of the excavated material ... bank volume of material that needs to be excavated in cubic yards; loose volume  ...

https://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/loose+cubic+yard

Looking for loose cubic yard? Find out information about loose cubic yard. A unit to express the volume of loose material Explanation of loose cubic yard.

https://www.reference.com/science/bank-cubic-yard-1b14b0f39ed39705

In comparison, a loose cubic yard, or LCY, is the measurement of the soil after excavation. When soil is removed from the ground, it is no longer compact, and it  ...

https://www.soildirect.com/calculator/cubic-yard-calculator/

We sell all of our online materials by the cubic yard. A cubic yard is equal to 27 cubic feet. You can use the online calculator to determine how many cubic yards  ...

http://engineerboards.com/topic/11599-bcy-lcy-ccy/

BCY = bank cubic yards. LCY = loose cubic yards. CCY = compacted cubic yards . Sw = swell factor. Sh = shrinkage factor. BCY = LCY / (1 + Sw).

https://dpw.lacounty.gov/epd/CD/cd_attachments/Volume_to_Weight.pdf

Brick, Common Hard. 1 cubic yard. = 3,199.5 lbs. Brick, Whole. 1 cubic yard. = 3,024 lbs. Cardboard, Paper. 1 cubic yard. = 100 lbs. Ceramic Tile, loose 6” x 6”.

https://www.dirtandgravel.psu.edu/general-resources/dglvr-materials-calculator

However, the estimates generated will always appear as cubic yards of loose material and US tons as-shipped (loose). A cost estimate can be generated by ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Yn5pqC7i_k

Oct 18, 2013 ... This video explains how to find volume in cubic feet and determine how many cubic yards it would be. Site: http://mathispower4u.com.