# What does 10 Litres of diesel weigh?

## What does 10 Litres of diesel weigh?

It depends on the density/specific gravity of the fuel. Diesel for automotive use is around 832kg/m3, or 0.832kg/litre, so there you go – 832g.

**How much does 10l fuel weigh?**

10 liters of petrol weighs 7.37 kilograms. 7.3722 kilograms precisely. Some values are approximate. Note: Petrol at 60 °F | density: 737.22 kg/m³.

### What does a litre of diesel fuel weigh?

A liter of 1D diesel weighs 874.61 grams, a liter of 2D diesel weighs 848.98 grams and a liter of 4D diesel weighs 959.51 grams. Each grade of diesel has a different density, so the weight of a liter of diesel depends on which grade is under consideration.

**How many gallons is a ton of fuel?**

How many gallons of gasoline in 1 ton? The answer is 31.754705525197. We assume you are converting between gallon [U.S.] of automotive gasoline and ton [explosive]. You can view more details on each measurement unit: gallons of gasoline or ton The SI derived unit for energy is the joule.

## How much does a gallon of diesel fuel weigh?

Since diesel fuel density is equal to 53.11 lbs/ft³, which is equavalent to 7.1 lbs/gallon or 113.596 oz/gallon. Then, 1 gallon of diesel fuel weighs 7.1 pounds (lbs) or 113.596 ounces. See 53.11 lbs/ft³ in other units of density measurement.

**How many cubic metres of diesel make 1 litre?**

Water is used as the benchmark- 1 litre if pure water weighs 1kg, and so 1 cubic metre weighs 1000kg, or 1 tonne. The density of other liquids is often given in proportion to that of water- the specific gravity. So find the specific gravity of diesel, multiply it by the volume in litres and you get its mass in kg.

### How much does a liter of gasoline weigh?

Also known as: gasoline. For instance, calculate how many ounces, pounds, milligrams, grams, kilograms or tonnes of a selected substance in a liter, gallon, fluid ounce, cubic centimeter or in a cubic inch. This page computes weight of the substance per given volume, and answers the question: How much the substance weighs per volume.

**What is the density of a cubic foot of diesel?**

In Imperial or US customary measurement system, the Diesel density is equal to 53.113708878 pound per cubic foot [lb/ft³], or 0.491793601 ounce per cubic inch [oz/inch³] .

Since diesel fuel density is equal to 53.11 lbs/ft³, which is equavalent to 7.1 lbs/gallon or 113.596 oz/gallon. Then, 1 gallon of diesel fuel weighs 7.1 pounds (lbs) or 113.596 ounces. See 53.11 lbs/ft³ in other units of density measurement.

Water is used as the benchmark- 1 litre if pure water weighs 1kg, and so 1 cubic metre weighs 1000kg, or 1 tonne. The density of other liquids is often given in proportion to that of water- the specific gravity. So find the specific gravity of diesel, multiply it by the volume in litres and you get its mass in kg.

## How many liters in 1 tonne of fuel?

It depends on the density/specific gravity of the fuel. Diesel for automotive use is around 832kg/m3, or 0.832kg/litre, so there you go – 832g. It’s quite easy really – 1 m3 of water has a mass of 1000kg, or 1tonne per m3.

Also known as: gasoline. For instance, calculate how many ounces, pounds, milligrams, grams, kilograms or tonnes of a selected substance in a liter, gallon, fluid ounce, cubic centimeter or in a cubic inch. This page computes weight of the substance per given volume, and answers the question: How much the substance weighs per volume.