How many board foot in 1 stere?
The answer is 423.77599886667.
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The SI derived unit for volume is the cubic meter.
1 cubic meter is equal to 423.77599886667 board foot, or 1 stere.
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1 board foot to stere = 0.00236 stere
10 board foot to stere = 0.0236 stere
50 board foot to stere = 0.11799 stere
100 board foot to stere = 0.23597 stere
200 board foot to stere = 0.47195 stere
500 board foot to stere = 1.17987 stere
1000 board foot to stere = 2.35974 stere
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The board-foot is a specialized unit of volume for measuring lumber in the United States and Canada. It is the amount of wood in a 12-inch long 1-inch-by-12-inch board (or 1 foot × 1 inch × 1 foot, about 30 × 2½ × 30 cm³), or the equivalent (144 cubic inches, 2.36 litres). Unfortunately, it is not truly a measure of volume, due to nominal and actual measures used in the lumber business. In addition, the definition is different for hardwood and softwood. Note that the cf of a 2x6x18' board is 1.03, not 1.5 because the actual dimensions are 1.5x5.5x18'. The calculations here do not apply to nominal lumber sizes which are actually slightly less.
The cubic metre (symbol m³) is the SI derived unit of volume. It is the volume of a cube with edges one metre in length. Older equivalents were the stere and the kilolitre. The deprecation of the stere began in 1978, when the CIPM marked it (and several other metric units) as "undesirable" where not already in use, and strongly encouraged their discontinuation; in the United States, it was legally deprecated in 1982 (Federal Register, February 26, 1982, 47 FR 8399-8400).
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