Herr Nilsson wrote:
Thorsten Wahl wrote:Bismarck 34 t
That're 40 cubic metres.
..... It depends upon whether that "34t" figure is expressing pure weight
or reflects stowage
capacity. 1mt (2,204.62 lbs) = 1 cubic meter = 35.314cf for cargo stowage purposes.
If the 34t (almost certainly metric tons) figure represents weight, then, given that gasoline is lighter than water, 40 cubic meter makes sense.