# What is the specific weight of water?

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## What is the specific weight of water?

A commonly used value is the specific weight of water on Earth at 4 °C (39 °F), which is 9.807 kilonewtons per cubic metre or 62.43 pounds-force per cubic foot.

**How is SSD weight calculated?**

Simply stated, it is the unit weight of a saturated material divided by the unit weight of water and is computed as follows: Gs(ssd) = (1 + Absorption) x Gs(dry).

### What is dry rodded unit weight?

The unit weight (or dry rodded unit weight) is a measure of the weight of a specific volume of graded aggregates and is used for monitoring aggregate consistency and in the mix proportioning process.

**What is free water on aggregates?**

Free water is simply the difference between the mass of a sample of wet-saturated aggregate and the mass of the same sample in the saturated-surface-dry condition.

## What is density of water at 4 C?

1g/cm3

Water has its maximum density of 1g/cm3 or 1000kg/m3 at 4∘C. When the temperature changes from either greater or less than 4 degrees, the density will become less than 1g/cm3.

**What is rodded bulk density?**

mass per unit volume of dry aggregate, which includes the volume of the particles and the voids between particles, compacted by rodding under standardized conditions.

### What is SSD condition?

SSD stands for saturated surface-dry and it describes a condition that a concrete surface must be brought to when a cement product is to be applied to it. The surface is SSD when the substrate is saturated with water, filling the voids in the substrate’s aggregate, but the outer surface is devoid of free water.

**Is the density of water 997 or 1000?**

Water has a density of 997 kg/m 3 at 25 degrees Celsius. The density is defined as the mass per unit volume ratio. Pure water has a density of 1g/cm 3 or 1000kg/m 3 .

## What is the density of water at 4oC in SI unit?

The density of water at 4oC in S.I. unit is 1000 kg m−3.

**How much does 6l of water weigh?**

Weight of Water for Different Volumes

Volume | Weight (oz) | Weight (lb) |
---|---|---|

1 quart | 33.382 oz | 2.086 lb |

1 gallon | 133.53 oz | 8.345 lb |

1 milliliter | 0.0353 oz | 0.002205 lb |

1 liter | 35.274 oz | 2.205 lb |

### What is the unit of water?

There are two basic units of water measurement from a water management perspective. For water that is in motion, cubic feet per second (cfs) is the unit of measure. For water that is stored or impounded, the acre-foot (af) is how water is measured. Cubic feet per second (cfs):

**How do you calculate wet unit weight?**

Bulk Unit Weight / Moist Unit Weight

- γ=(G+Se)γw1+e.
- γ=(G+Gw)γw1+e.
- γd=Gγw1+e.
- γsat=(G+e)γw1+e.
- γ′=(G−1)γw1+e.

## What is the content of water?

A water molecule is made up of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. A single oxygen atom contains six electrons in its outer shell, which can hold a total of eight electrons. When two hydrogen atoms are bound to an oxygen atom, the outer electron shell of oxygen is filled. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.

**What is SG measured in?**

Specific gravity is a dimensionless quantity; that is, it is not expressed in units. To find the sp gr of a solid or liquid, you must know its density in kilograms per meter cubed (kg/m3) or in grams per centimeter cubed (g/cm3).

### What does rodded mean?

rodded in American English (ˈrɑdɪd) adjective. made of or fitted with rods.