This depends on the size of gravel, the water content of the gravel, and the material composition of the rock used to make the gravel. Typically 1 cu.yd. of gravel wieghs 30…00 lb.
1 cubic yard = 1.3 tons
There are 27 cubic feet in 1 cubic yard regardless of material.
The weight is 1.3 tonnes
1 (cubic yard) = 46 656 cubic inches If the depth is 2 inches then the area it will cover is 46656/2 square inches = 23,328 square inches. Convert 23,328 square inches to sq…uare yards 23 328 (square inches) = 18 square yards
How many bags of pea gravel would you need to cover 368 square feet if it covered .5 cubic feet per bag?
It would obviously depend on how thickly you wanted to cover the surface, and how 'tall' a single unit of pea gravel was. You would need 736 bags per foot depth.
1 ton = 2,000 lbs 1 cubic yard = 2400 to 2900 lbs depending on the nature of the material. Dry random size gravel particles will pack or settle together the tightest resulti…ng in the heavier weight. Dry uniform size particles have more air voids resulting in lighter weight. Moist uniform particles that have not been compacted tend to stick together in random patterns resulting in maximum air voids, therefore minimum weight. One cubic yard of compacted dry gravel of random size particles can weigh more than 3000 pounds.
About 40. 1cuyd=27cuft.. 27cuft/(0.675cuft/90#bag) = 40 bags
i have 30 gallon bags i need to know how many bags does it take to equal 4 cubic yard
Figure about 1/2 cubic foot per 60 lb bag. The basic formula is to use equal amounts of cement, sand, and gravel. There are 27 cubic yards per cubic foot. It depends upon how …thick you are planning to pour the concrete. For one foot thick, you would need 9 cubic feet of concrete. For 6" thick, you would need 4 1/2 cubic feet. I'll give you the answers for 1 ft thick and for 6" thick. For 1 foot thick, you need 9 cubic feet at 1/2 cubic foot per 60 lb bag equals 18-60 lb bags. That's six 60 lb bags of concrete, plus six 60 lb bags of sand, plus 360 lbs of gravel. For 6 inches thick, divide each of these by 2 to give 3-60 lb bags of concrete, 3-60 lb bags of sand, plus 180 lbs of gravel.