## TMC

Definition | : | Thousand Million Cubic feet |

Category | : | Academic & Science » Units |

Country/Region | : | Worldwide |

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## Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Acre-Feet(TMC full form)

Section of land foot is the space of one section of land with a tallness of one foot. It estimates 66 feet by 660 feet (section of land) by 1 foot; 43 560 cu ft. Ordinarily utilized for enormous water volumes. One global section of land foot (ac ft) is 1233.48183754752 cubic meters (m3).

## Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Acre-Inches

1 ac x 1 in

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Barrels (Imperial)

3**6 lady (Imp)**

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Barrels (U.S. dry)

**105 qt (US) = 105/32 bu (US lvl)**

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Barrels (U.S. liquid)

**31-1/2 lady (US)**

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Barrels of Oil

1 Barrel of oil holds 42 US liquid gallons. This is equivalent to 0.158987294928 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 bbl = 0.158987294928 m3.

## Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Billion Cubic Feet

A billion cubic feet. 1 billion cubic feet rises to 28316846.592 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 BCF = 28316846.592 m3.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Board-Feet

1**44 cu in**

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Buckets (Imperial)

**4 lady (Imp)**

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Bushels (Imperial)

**8 lady (Imp)**

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Bushels (U.S. dry stored)

**1/4 bu (US lvl)**

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Bushels (U.S. dry level)

**2150.42 cu in**

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Butts

**126 lady (wine)**

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Centiliters

A centiliter is actually 1/100th of a liter.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Coombs

**4 bu (Imp)**

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Cord-Feet

1**6 cu ft**

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Cords

**8 ft x 4 ft x 4 ft**

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Cubic Centimeters

A 3D square estimating precisely one centimeter on each side. A centimeter being actually 1/100th of a meter. One cubic centimeter = 0.000,001 cubic meters (SI unit volume). 1 cm3 = 0.000001 m3.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Cubic Feet

1 ft x 1 ft x 1 ft. Roughly 0.028316846592 cubic meters (SI).

**Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Cubic Inches**

A solid shape 1 inch by 1 inch by 1 inch. 0.000 016 387 064 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 cu in = 0.000016387064 m3.

**Thousand Million Cubic Feet** t**o Cubic Kilometers**

1 Cubic kilometer is equivalent to a volume with sides 1000 x 1000 x 1000 meters. 1 km3 = 1 000 m3.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Cubic Meters

Volume made by a 3D square having one meter for every side. 1 m * 1 m * 1 m.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Cubic Miles

1 mi x 1 mi x 1 mi

**Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Cubic Millimeters**

A 3D square estimating one millimeter on each side. 1 mm x 1 mm x 1mm. One cubic millimeter is actually 0.000 000 001 cubic meters. 1 mm3 = 1 x 10-9 m3.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Cubic Yards

27 cu ft

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Cubic-Fathoms

1 fm x 1 fm x 1 fm

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Cups

250.0 x 10-6m3

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Cups (breakfast)

10 fl oz (Imp)

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Cups (Canadian)

8 fl oz (Imp)

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Cups (U.S. standard)

8 US fl oz = 1/16 lady (US)

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Cups (U.S. food sustenance marking)

240 mL

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Dashes (Imperial)

1 Imperial scramble is characterized as 1/eighth of an Imperial teaspoon.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Decalitres

A decalitre is by and large 10 liters.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Decilitres

A decilitre is by and large 0.1 liters.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Dessertspoons

A dessertspoon in some ward nations is 10 mL or 0.01 liters.

**Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Drops**

Albeit the size of 1 drop may shift because of components, for example, fluid surface strain it tends to be approximated as 1/96th a teaspoon or 0.05 milliliters.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Drums (55 US lady)

55 US liquid gallons. Definite proportions of drum size may differ by maker or proposed use. 55 US lady is a typical drum size; metric sizes might be 200, 205, or 208 liters (208 being nearest to 55 US lady). 1 Drum = 0.20819764812 cubic meters (SI base unit).

**Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Fifths** (TMC full form)

Characterized as one-fifth of a Gallon (US liquid). 1/5 US Gal. 46.2 Cubic Inches. This is about 757.0824 milliliters or 0.0007570824 cubic meters (SI base unit of volume).

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Fluid Drams (Imperial)

1/8 of a liquid ounce (Imperial). 3.551 632 8125 milliliters.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Fluid Drams (US)

1/8 of a liquid ounce (US). 3.696 691 195 3125 milliliters.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Fluid Ounces (Imperial)

1/160 lady (Imp)

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Fluid Ounces (U.S. standard)

1/128 lady (US)

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Fluid Ounces (US food sustenance naming)

Precisely 30 milliliters (ml) as characterize by US guideline 21 CFR 101.9(b)(5)(viii); just to be utilized in US food nourishment marking. 1 oz fl (US nourishment) = 0.00003 m3 (SI base unit).

**Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Fluid Scruples (Imperial)**

1/24 liquid ounce, 1/3 liquid measure, or 20 minims (Imperial). Around 1.183 877 604 166 667 milliliters.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Fluid Scruples (US)

1/24 liquid ounce, 1/3 liquid measure, or 20 minims (US). 1.232 230 398 4375 milliliters.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Gallons (Imperial)

4.54609 L

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Gallons (U.S. dry)

1/8 bu (US lvl)

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Gallons (U.S. liquid)

231 cu in

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Gallons of Beer

282 cu in

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Gigalitres

A gigalitre is by and large one billion (1,000,000,000) liters.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Gills (Imperial)

5 Imperial liquid ounces. 142.065 3125 milliliters.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Gills (US)

A large portion of a cup, 4 US liquid ounces. 118.294 118 25 milliliters.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Hectare Meters

A volume of 10 000 cubic meters made by flooding a space of one hectare to a profundity of one meter, consequently making a volume one hectare by one meter. 1 ha m = 10 000 m3.

**Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Hectolitres**

A hectolitre is actually 100 liters.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Hogsheads (Imperial)

2 bl (Imp)

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Hogsheads (U.S.)

2 fl bl (US)

**Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Hundreds of Cubic Feet**

1 CCF or 100 Cubic Feet is a typical volume in family gaseous petrol and water charging around equivalent to 2.8316846592 cubic meters. C signifies centum, CF means Cubic Feet.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Jiggers

A jigger (or shot) is utilized in bartending to gauge 1 1⁄2 US liquid ounces. 1 jigger is equivalent to 44.36 milliliters.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Kilderkins

1 Kilderkin = 2 firkins = a large portion of a barrel = 18 supreme gallons. English lager measure. In SI units 1 kilderkin is roughly equivalent to 0.08182962 cubic meters. 1 kilderkin = 0.08182962 m3.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Kilogallons

1,000 gallons. Utilizing U.S. liquid gallons of precisely 231 cubic inches. 1 Kilogallon = 3.785 411 784 cubic meters (SI base). 1 kgal = 3.785411784 m3.

**Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Kilolitres**

A kilolitre is actually 1,000 liters.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Koku

Japanese measure equivalent to 10 cubic shaku; generally the yearly stock of rice needed to support one worker. 1 Koku = 0.278264741074658 cubic meters.

**Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Liters**

1 dm3

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Megalitres

A megalitre is actually 1,000,000 liters.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Microlitres

A microlitre is actually 0.000001 liters.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Milliliters

1 Milliliter is 1/1000th of a Liter.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Million Barrels of Oil

1,000,000 barrels of oil (US) = 42 000 gallons (US liquid). 1 thousand barrels of oil is 158987.294928 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 Mbbl = 158987.294928 m3.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Million Cubic Feet

1,000,000 cubic feet. 1 Million cubic feet approaches 28316.846592 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 MMCF = 28316.846592 m3.

**Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Minims (Imperial)**

Accurately 1/480 of an Imperial liquid ounce. Likewise, 1/60 of an Imperial liquid measure. Roughly one drop. 1 Imperial liquid minim = 59.19388020833 microliters.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Minims (US liquid)

Absolutely 1/480 of a US liquid ounce. Additionally, 1/60 of a US liquid measure. Around one drop or 0.95 grains of water. 1 US liquid minim = 61.611519921875 microliters.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Nanolitres

A nanolitre is by and large 1 x 10-9 liters.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Picolitres

A picolitre is 1 x 10-12 liters. It is just reasonable for estimating exceptionally little volumes.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Pints (Imperial)

1/8 lady (Imp)

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Pints (U.S. dry)

1/64 bu (US lvl) = 1/8 lady (US dry)

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Pints (U.S. liquid)

1/8 lady (US)

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Quarts (Imperial)

1/4 lady (Imp)

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Quarts (U.S. liquid)

1/4 lady (US fl)

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Tablespoons (U.S. standard)

1/2 US fl oz

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Teaspoons (U.S. standard)

1/6 US fl oz

**Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Teralitres**

A teralitre is actually one trillion liters (1,000,000,000,000).

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Thousand Barrels of Oil

1,000 barrels of oil (US) = 42 000 gallons (US liquid). 1 thousand barrels of oil is 158.987294928 cubic meters (SI base unit). 1 Mbbl = 158.987294928 m3.

Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Thousand Cubic Meters

Precisely 1,000 cubic meters. Usually utilized for estimating volumes of flammable gas. Condensed by logical documentation (103m3) or as TCM. 103m3 is equivalent to 1,000 cubic meters. 10³m³ = 1,000 m³.

**Thousand Million Cubic Feet to Thousands of Cubic Feet**

1 MCF or Thousand Cubic Feet is a typical business estimation of flammable gas around equivalent to 28.316846592 cubic meters. M indicates mil, from the French word f

Unit Descriptions

1 Thousand Million Cubic Feet:

A thousand million cubic feet or a billion cubic feet. An action regularly used to allude to a lot of water in repositories. 1 thousand million cubic feet = 28316846.592 cubic meters (SI base unit).1 TCM = 28316846.592 m3.

1 Cubic Foot:

1 ft x 1 ft x 1 ft. Around 0.028316846592 cubic