Please provide values below to convert cubic meter [m^3] To cord (80 cubic ft), or vice versa.
cubic meter [m^3]
cord (80 cubic ft)
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## cord (80 cubic ft)

### Definition:

Cord (80 cubic ft) is a unit of volume used to measure firewood. One cord (80 cubic ft) is defined as a stack of wood that measures 4 feet high, 4 feet wide, and 5 feet long, or 80 cubic feet.

### History/Origin:

The term "cord" originated from the practice of measuring firewood in bundles or cords.

### Current use:

Cord (80 cubic ft) is commonly used by homeowners who burn firewood as a source of heat. It is also used by suppliers and dealers of firewood to sell and transport firewood in standard quantities.

## cubic meter [m^3]

### Definition:

The cubic meter is the SI unit of volume. It is defined as the volume of a cube with edges one meter in length.

### History/Origin:

The cubic meter was first defined in 1795 as the volume of a kilogram of water at its maximum density, which is at a temperature of 4 degrees Celsius and a pressure of 1 atm.

### Current use:

The cubic meter is commonly used in science and engineering for measuring the volume of liquids and gases, as well as for calculating the density of materials.