Convert Acre Foot (U.S. Liquid Measure) to Mil Cubic Feet (mcf, British And U.S. Derivatives Of Length Units)

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acre foot
U.S. Liquid Measure
mil cubic feet (mcf)
British and U.S. derivatives of length units

This page features online conversion from acre foot to mil cubic feet. These units belong to different measurement systems. The first one is from U.S. Liquid Measure. The second one is from British And U.S. Derivatives Of Length Units.

If you need to convert acre foot to another compatible unit, please pick the one you need on the page below. You can also switch to the converter for mil cubic feet to acre foot.

Other Units the Values Above Are Equal To

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Metric

acre foot to cubic kilometer (km³)
acre foot to cubic meter (m³)
acre foot to cubic decimeter (dm³)
acre foot to cubic centimeter (cc)
acre foot to cubic millimeter (mm³)
acre foot to hectoliter (hl)
acre foot to decaliter
acre foot to liter (l)
acre foot to deciliter (dl)
acre foot to centiliter (cl)
acre foot to milliliter (ml)
acre foot to microliter (µl)
Units: cubic kilometer (km³)  / cubic meter (m³)  / cubic decimeter (dm³)  / cubic centimeter (cc)  / cubic millimeter (mm³)  / hectoliter (hl)  / decaliter  / liter (l)  / deciliter (dl)  / centiliter (cl)  / milliliter (ml)  / microliter (µl)
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U.S. Liquid Measure

acre foot to acre foot
acre foot to barrel (petroleum)
acre foot to gallon (gal)
acre foot to quart (qt)
acre foot to pint (pt)
acre foot to gill
acre foot to fluid ounce (fl oz)
acre foot to fluid dram (fl dr)
acre foot to minim (min)
Units: acre foot  / barrel (petroleum)  / gallon (gal)  / quart (qt)  / pint (pt)  / gill  / fluid ounce (fl oz)  / fluid dram (fl dr)  / minim (min)
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U.S. Dry Measure

acre foot to barrel
acre foot to bushel (bu)
acre foot to peck (pk)
acre foot to gallon (gal)
acre foot to quart (qt)
acre foot to pint (pt)
Units: barrel  / bushel (bu)  / peck (pk)  / gallon (gal)  / quart (qt)  / pint (pt)
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Apothecaries

The traditional English apothecaries' system defines weights, not volumes. However, there was apothecaries' system for volumes too, though less commonly used. Before introduction of the imperial units, all apothecaries' measures were based on the wine gallon which later became the base of U.S. liquid gallon.

In addition to five official apothecaries' units pint, fliud ounce, fluid dram, fluid scruple, and minim, there was a set of unofficial but widely used units for various spoon and glass sizes. We list them here too.

In 1858 apothercaries' system was officially abolished in in the U.K. in favour of the standard Avoirdupois system. In the United States the apothecaries' system remained in use until 1971, when it was officially abolished in favor of the metric system.

acre foot to pint (pt)
acre foot to glass-tumbler
acre foot to breakfast cup
acre foot to tea cup
acre foot to wine glass
acre foot to fluid ounce (ƒ℥)
acre foot to table spoon
acre foot to dessert spoon
acre foot to fluid dram (ƒʒ)
acre foot to tea spoon
acre foot to minim
Units: pint (pt)  / glass-tumbler  / breakfast cup  / tea cup  / wine glass  / fluid ounce (ƒ℥)  / table spoon  / dessert spoon  / fluid dram (ƒʒ)  / tea spoon  / minim
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British Imperial Liquid And Dry

acre foot to perch
acre foot to barrel
acre foot to bushel (bu)
acre foot to peck (pk)
acre foot to gallon (gal)
acre foot to quart (qt)
acre foot to pint (pt)
acre foot to fluid ounce (oz)
acre foot to fluid drachm (fl dr)
acre foot to fluid scruple
acre foot to minim (min)
Units: perch  / barrel  / bushel (bu)  / peck (pk)  / gallon (gal)  / quart (qt)  / pint (pt)  / fluid ounce (oz)  / fluid drachm (fl dr)  / fluid scruple  / minim (min)
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British and U.S. derivatives of length units

acre foot to cubic mile (mi³)
acre foot to mil cubic feet (mcf)
acre foot to cubic yard (yd³)
acre foot to centum cubic feet (ccf)
acre foot to cubic foot (ft³)
acre foot to cubic inch (in³)
Units: cubic mile (mi³)  / mil cubic feet (mcf)  / cubic yard (yd³)  / centum cubic feet (ccf)  / cubic foot (ft³)  / cubic inch (in³)
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English wine cask units

Imperial and U.S. definitions of these units slightly differ. We use Imperial definitions here.
acre foot to tun
acre foot to butt
acre foot to puncheon
acre foot to hogshead
acre foot to tierce
acre foot to barrel
acre foot to rundlet
Units: tun  / butt  / puncheon  / hogshead  / tierce  / barrel  / rundlet
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English brewery cask units

Historically the terms beer and ale referred to distinct brews. From the mid 15th century until 1803 in Britain "ale" casks and "beer" casks differed in the number of gallons they contained. We provide conversions for the latest standard (1824) of units that are based on imperial gallons.
acre foot to hogshead
acre foot to barrel
acre foot to kilderkin
acre foot to firkin
acre foot to pin
Units: hogshead  / barrel  / kilderkin  / firkin  / pin
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U.S. brewery cask units

In the U.S. only beer barrel is legally defined. Keg sizes are not standardized and could be any size smaller than a barrel. However, typical beer keg size is a half of beer barrel.
acre foot to US beer barrel
acre foot to US beer half-barrel
acre foot to US beer keg (typical)
acre foot to US beer quarter-barrel
Units: US beer barrel  / US beer half-barrel  / US beer keg (typical)  / US beer quarter-barrel
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Cooking (U.S.)

acre foot to cup
acre foot to tablespoon
acre foot to teaspoon
Units: cup  / tablespoon  / teaspoon
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Cooking (International)

acre foot to cup
acre foot to tablespoon
acre foot to teaspoon
Units: cup  / tablespoon  / teaspoon
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Cooking (Australian)

acre foot to tablespoon
acre foot to dessert teaspoon
acre foot to teaspoon
Units: tablespoon  / dessert teaspoon  / teaspoon
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Natural units

In physics, natural units are physical units of measurement based only on universal physical constants. The origin of their definition comes only from properties of nature and not from any human construct.
acre foot to Planck volume (L³)
Units: Planck volume (L³)
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Astronomical

acre foot to cubic parsec (pc³)
acre foot to cubic light year
acre foot to cubic light minute
acre foot to cubic light second
Units: cubic parsec (pc³)  / cubic light year  / cubic light minute  / cubic light second
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Ship tonnage measurements

Register ton unit was defined by the Moorsom Commission (Great Britain) in 1854 to measure ship internal volume. It was officially replaced by tonnage when the International Maritime Organization (IMO) adopted The International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships on 23 June 1969. Since 18 July 1994 the gross and net tonnages are the only official measures used for the ships.
acre foot to tonnage
acre foot to register ton
acre foot to Panama Canal Universal Measurement System (PC/UMS)
Units: tonnage  / register ton  / Panama Canal Universal Measurement System (PC/UMS)
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Lumber measure

These units are sometimes used to measure the volume of lumber in Great Britain, the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The same units is called board-foot in the U.S. and Canada and super foot or superficial foot in Australia and New Zealand. One board-foot is the volume of a one-foot length of a board one foot wide and one inch thick.
acre foot to million board-feet (mmfbm, mmbdft, mmbf)
acre foot to cord
acre foot to thousand board-feet (mfbm, mbdft, mbf)
acre foot to hoppus ton (HT)
acre foot to cubic ton of timber
acre foot to stere
acre foot to hoppus foot, hoppus cube (h ft)
acre foot to boardfoot, board-foot (fbmm, bdft, bf)
Units: million board-feet (mmfbm, mmbdft, mmbf)  / cord  / thousand board-feet (mfbm, mbdft, mbf)  / hoppus ton (HT)  / cubic ton of timber  / stere  / hoppus foot, hoppus cube (h ft)  / boardfoot, board-foot (fbmm, bdft, bf)
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Japanese

acre foot to sai (才)
acre foot to shaku (勺)
acre foot to go (合)
acre foot to sho (升)
acre foot to to (斗)
acre foot to koku (石)
Units: sai (才)  / shaku (勺)  / go (合)  / sho (升)  / to (斗)  / koku (石)
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Chinese units of 1930

acre foot to dan (市石)
acre foot to dou (市斗)
acre foot to sheng (市升)
acre foot to ge (合)
acre foot to shao (勺)
acre foot to cuo (撮)
Units: dan (市石)  / dou (市斗)  / sheng (市升)  / ge (合)  / shao (勺)  / cuo (撮)
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Chinese units of 1915

acre foot to dan (石)
acre foot to hu (斛)
acre foot to dou (斗)
acre foot to sheng (升)
acre foot to ge (合)
acre foot to shao (勺)
Units: dan (石)  / hu (斛)  / dou (斗)  / sheng (升)  / ge (合)  / shao (勺)
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Thai units

Some of these units are still in use even though metric system was formally established in 1923. Before the metrication the old units were standardized to exact metric values.
acre foot to kwian (เกวียน, cartload)
acre foot to sat (สัด, basket)
acre foot to thang (ถัง, tank)
acre foot to thanan (ทะนาน, coconut shell)
acre foot to fai mue (ฟายมือ, palm of grain)
acre foot to kam mue (กำมือ, hand of grain)
acre foot to yip mue (หยิบมือ, pinch)
Units: kwian (เกวียน, cartload)  / sat (สัด, basket)  / thang (ถัง, tank)  / thanan (ทะนาน, coconut shell)  / fai mue (ฟายมือ, palm of grain)  / kam mue (กำมือ, hand of grain)  / yip mue (หยิบมือ, pinch)

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