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Common Volume Unit and Definition

cubic metre

cubic meter(m3) is the volume unit In the International System of Units , it represent the volume of a cube with edges that is one meter

One cubic metre equal to 1000 litres

Liters

Litre is one metric units of volume.

One litre equal to one cubic decimeter . which is 10*10*10 centimeters .the symbol of litre is L

cubic inch

cubic inch is a unit for volume in the Imperial units and United States customary units systems. It represent the volume of a cube with edges that is one inch,The cubic inch is still used as units of volume in the United States

cubic foot

The cubic foot is a unit of volume in imperial and US customary measure units,One cubic foot equal to 28.3168 litres

cubic mile

A cubic mile (mi 3) is a unit of volume in imperial and US customary measure systems,It represent the volume of a cube with edges that is one mile,It is defined as the volume of a cube with sides of 1 mile

teaspoon

teaspoon is a unit of measurement, one teaspoon equal to 5 milliliters, the old US customary measure was 4.93 ml.

tablespoon

one tablespoon is a unit of measurement of volume, one tablespoon is different in imperial and US customary measure systems.

a United States tablespoon is approximately 14.7 ml

a imperial tablespoon is exactly 15 ml

gill

gill is a unit of measurement of volume, a gill equals to 1/4 pint ,it is used in alcoholic spirits measures

a imperial gill

  • ≡ 5 imperial fluid ounces
  • ≡ 1⁄32 imperial gallon
  • ≡ 1⁄4 imperial pint

1 US gill

  • =4 US fl oz
  • ≡ 1⁄32 US gallon
  • ≡ 1⁄4 US pint

pint

pint is a is a unit of volume , pint exsits in both United States customary and British imperial measurement systems, A pint is one-eighth of a gallon

the absolute amount of a pint is different in different measurement systems.

The imperial pint is used in United Kingdom and Ireland and Commonwealth nations ,
One imperial pint roughly equals to 568ml

Two kind of pints are used in USA.one is liquid pint which roughly equals to 473ml ,the other is dry pint which roughly equals to 551ml

quart

quart(qt) is a unit of volume. one quart equals to a quarter of a gallon or two pints, or four cups. The quart is used both in both United States customary and British imperial measurement systems.

In the Imperial measurement system,Quart is used for both liquid or dry capacity.

One Imperial

=1.1365225 litres

=1/4 imperial gallons

=2 imperial pints

in United States customary measurement systems, there are 2 quarts ,liquid quart and dry quart ,liquid quart is used to measure liquid

one liquid quart

  • =1/4 US liquid gallons
  • =2 US liquid pints
  • =4 US liquid cups
  • =8 US liquid gills
  • =0.946352946 litres

dry quart is used to measure dry goods

one dry quart

  • =1/32 US bushels
  • =1/8 US pecks
  • =1/4 US dry gallons
  • =2 US dry pints
  • =1.101220942715 litres

gallon

gallon exist in both United States customary and British imperial measurement systems.

imperial gallon

one imperial gallon equals to 4.54609 litres

one imperial gallon equals to four imperial quarts

US liquid gallon

one liquid US gallon roughly equals to 3.785 L

one US liquid gallon equals to four US liquid quarts

US dry gallon

One us dry gallon equals to 4.405 L

minim

The minim is a unit of volume in both the imperial and US customary systems of measurement

One Imperial minim

  • = 1⁄480 imperial fluid ounce
  • =1⁄60 imperial fluidram
  • =59.1938802083 microlitre

One US customary minim

=1⁄480 US fluid ounce

=1⁄80 US teaspoon

=1⁄60 US fluidram

=61.611519921875 microliters

Barrel

A barrel is a unit of mearurement in the imperial and US customary systems of measurement.

US dry barrels

One US dry barrels equals to 115.6 L

One US barrel for cranberries equals to 95.5 L

fluid barrels

in the imperial system of measurement one fluid barrels equals to 36 imperial gallons or 164 L

in US customary systems of measurement. most fluid barrels (apart from oil) are 31.5 US gallons or 119 L. but a beer barrel is 31 US gallons or 117 L

oil barrels

oil barrel(bbl) is a unit of volume whose definition is not universally standardized.One Oil barrel in US is 42 US gallons or 159 litres

Peck

A peck is a unit of imperial and United States customary measure system, Perk is used to measure dry volume

1 imperial peck

  • =1⁄4 of an imperial bushel
  • =2 imperial gallons
  • =8 imperial quarts
  • =16 imperial pints
  • =320 imperial fluid ounces
  • =9.09218 litres

1 US peck

  • =1⁄4 of a US bushel
  • =2 US dry gallons
  • =8 US dry quarts
  • =16 US dry pints
  • =8.80976754172 litres

Bushel

Bushel(bsh. or bu) is a unit of measurement in imperial and US customary system of measurement

1 imperial bushel

  • = 8 imperial gallons
  • = 4 imperial pecks
  • = 36.36872 litres
  • ≈ 8.2565 US dry gallons
  • ≈ 9.6076 US fluid gallons
  • ≈ 2219.36 cubic inches

1 US bushel

  • = 8 US dry gallons
  • = 4 US pecks
  • = 2150.42 cubic inches
  • ≈ 9.3092 US fluid gallons
  • ≈ 35.2391 litres
  • ≈ 7.7515 imperial gallons

hogshead

hogshead it refers to a specified volume, measured in either imperial or US customary measures

A wine hogshead contains about 300 L