cubic feet to cubic inches

The cubic foot is a unit which used in the measurement of volume in the imperial and the US customary systems of measurement which defined as a volume of the cube with side measurement which is equal to 1728 cubic centimeters. This unit cubic foot comes from the foot, and it is defined by the international yard,

cubic feet to cubic inches

and it was adopted in the year of 1950, and in 1960, the value of the unit is equal to the 0.9144 m. The unit cubic feet is used in states of the US. The unit cubic feet is also defined as a volume of a cube with the side of the one feet in length. The standard cubic feet is used for the measurement of the quantity of the gas in sometimes, it defines the term of the standard temperature and the pressure of the cubic feet of a volume which is equal to 60 degrees and the 14.7 pounds per square inches and the pressure.

Cubic inches:

The unit cubic inches is used for measurement of volume and in the imperial unit and the US customary unit of the system. This unit is a volume of a cube with the each of its three dimensions which are length, width, and the depth which is one inch. The unit cubic inches and cubic feet are also used as the unit of the volume in the state of the US, the common SI unit of the volume are liters, milliliters, and the cubic meter. This unit is used in manufacturing and high technology,

where the value is equal to 16.387 mL. The unit cubic inches was established as the conventional unit in North America for measuring the volume of the electrical boxes. The export of electrical equipment to the other countries are very extensive. This unit is mainly used by the automotive industries and the aircraft industries in North America which is used to express the displacement of the engine of the new automobiles, trucks, and the aircraft and many more.