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# What is the volume of one bag (50 kg) of ordinary portland cement in cubic meters?

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Tendering work out shall take as 50 kg of cement as 0.035 cubic meters in volume.

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www.indianrail.gov.in/tenderdocforBr1718…
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• Member since:
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the density of OPC (ordinary portland cement) is around 3126 kg/m^3), so if it's 50 kg just divide it by the density, the volume will be 0.016 m^3

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• by Glen
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I think it tells you on the bag...

check it out.
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You wouldn't happen to know the density of portland cement would you?
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I think it is 1.5 cft or 0.035 m3
• by mctruck
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.125 cm but you have to add sand and rock to mix you will get apx .125 mix