# CIVIL ENGINEERING UNIT CONVERSION

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All the civil engineering unit conversion related to Length, Weight, Time, Area, Volume and Pressure are covered.

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### Civil Engineering Unit Conversion – Length

• 1 cm=10 mm
• 1 m= 100 cm
• 1m =1000 mm
• 1m =1.09 yard
• 1m =3.28 feet
• 1m =39.37 inch
• 1km=1000 m
• 1km=100000 cm
• 1km=1000000 mm
• 1km=0.62 mile
• 1 km=1093.6 yard
• 1km=3280.84 feet
• 1km=39370 inch
• 1 km=0.53 nautical mile

### Weight unit conversions

• 1 gm=1000 mg
• 1 kg=1000 g
• 1 ton=907.1 kg
• 1 tonne=1000 kg
• 1 stone=6.35 kg
• 1 stone=14 pounds

#### Area unit conversions

• 1 sq cm=100 sq mm
• 1 sq m=10000 sq cm
• 1 sq m=10.7 sq ft
• 1 sq m=1.19 sq yard
• 1 sq m=1550 sq inch
• 1 acre=0.004 sq km
• 1 acre=4046.8 sq m
• 1 acre=0.0015 sq mile
• 1 acre=4840 sq yard
• 1 acre=43560 sq ft
• 1 acre=0.4046 hectare
•  1 ha=10000 sq m
• 1 ha=0.01 sq km
• 1 ha=10000 sq m
• 1 ha=0.00386 sq mile
• 1 ha=11959.9 sq yard
• 1 ha=107639 sq ft
• 1 ha=2.47 acres

#### Civil engineering Volume unit conversions

• 1 cum=1000 lit
• 1 cum=33814 fluid ounce
• 1 cum=264 gallon
• 1 cum=2113 pint
• 1 cum=67628 table spoon
• 1 cum=202884 tea spoon
• 1 cum=220 imp gallon
• 1 cum=1759.7 imperial pint
• 1 cum=56312.1 imperial table spoon
• 1 cum=168936 imperial tea spoon
• 1 cum=35.314 cu ft
• 1 cum=61023 cu inch
• 1 lit=1000 ml
• 1 lit=33.8 fluid ounce
• 1 lit=0.264 gallon
• 1 lit=2.11 pint
• 1 lit=67.6 tablespoon
• 1 lit=202.8 tea spoon
• 1 lit=0.001 cum
• 1 lit=0.219 Imperial gallon
• 1 lit=1.76 Imperial pint
• 1 lit=56.31 table spoon
• 1 lit=168.93 Imperial tea spoon
• 1 lit=0.035 cu ft
• 1 lit=61.023 cu inch

#### Time unit conversions

• 1 min=60 sec
• 1 hr=60 min
• 1 day=24 hrs
• 1 year=12 months
• 1 day=86400 sec
• 1 day=1440 min
• 1 day=24 hrs
• 1 month=30 days
• 1 year=365 days
• 1 year=8760 hrs
• 1 year=525600 min

#### Pressure unit conversions

• 1 N/sqm=0.0001 lb/sq inch
• 1 N/sqm=1 pa
• 1 kn/sqm=0.001 N / sqmm

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