One cubic meter of soil weighs between 1.2 and 1.7 metric tonnes, or between 1,200 and 1,700 kilograms. These metric figures convert to between 2,645 and 3,747 pounds, or between 2.6 tons and 3.7 tons, per cubic meter. L... More »

One cubic meter of concrete that will be used for foundation weighs approximately 1.76 tons. General purpose concrete weighs a bit less at 1.6 tons per cubic meter. More »

A cubic foot of soil weighs between 74 and 110 pounds, depending on the type of soil and how moist it is. Dry, loose dirt weighs about 76 pounds per cubic foot, while moist, loose dirt weighs 78 pounds per cubic foot. A ... More »

Obtain a cubic meter measurement by calculating the volume of an object using length x width x height. The volume of a cube that’s 1 meter long, 1 meter wide and 1 meter high is demonstrated in the equation: 1m x 1m x 1m... More »

To measure volumetric flow rate, use a flow meter. Cubic feet is a unit of volume, and minute is a unit of time. The rate of volume flow is referred to as volumetric flow rate. More »

There are 1,000 liters in a cubic meter. A cubic meter consists of a cube with sides that all equal 1 meter in length. A liter is 1 cubic decimeter: a unit of volume with sides all equal to 1/10 of a meter. More »

The milliliter is based on the liter, which is not a standard unit in the SI system, while the cubic centimeter is a derived unit from the SI standard unit of length, the meter. Both contain the same volume. More »