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cu ft

Abbr. for “cubic foot.”
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The Hamburg Reefer Pool will now consist of 110 vessels in the range of 180,000 cu ft to 356,000 cu ft.
That's the equivalent of a 14 cu ft bag of polystyrene foam.
Each bag should be no lees that 3 cu ft compressed and expand into no less than 4 cu.
The field, which was discovered in 1992 and has significant gas reserves, is expected to produce 75mn standard cu ft a day of non-associated gas and 4,500 bpd of condensate.
4 cu ft capacity French door refrigerator compartment on top, and a 6.
3 billion cu ft per day in 2010, mostly from the Awali oilfield.
6 million cu ft in the first three months of 2010, representing an increase of some 16% on the quarter.
This redesigned blender comes in sizes from 1 to 500 cu ft.
As for air/fuel ratios, Whipple said 1 cu ft of air should equal 100 Btu of natural gas (or 10 parts of air for every 1 part of gas).
6 billion cu ft per day by 2014 and Bahrain could double its output by delving deeper.
The company managed to achieve initial rates of more than 12 million cu ft per day during test production of the St Edouard No1.
Nonintensive ribbon blenders for dry and dry/liquid blending have capacities of 2 to 680 cu ft and are used for mixing additives and pigments into powders and pellets.