# How many cubic feet in a barrel?

## 4.2109375 Cubic Feet

### Barrels to Cubic Feet (How many cubic feet in a barrel?)

It is a conversion calculator that is used to convert the volume in barrels (bbl.) to volume in cubic feet (ft3). First, use the blank text field to enter the value in barrels and then press the ‘Convert' button. This control is used to initiate the conversion from barrels to cubic feet. The result in cubic feet is displayed on the bottom platform of the converter.

##### For example;

Convert 0.5 barrels to cubic feet

##### Solution

First, enter the value in barrels (0.5) in the blank text field. Click on the ‘Convert' button to initiate the conversion from barrels to cubic feet. The result in cubic feet will be displayed as;

0.5 Fluid Barrel = 2.10546875 Cubic Feet

Use the same procedure when you want to convert new values from barrels to cubic feet.

## Barrels to Cubic Feet Conversion

Enter a fluid barrel value that you want to convert into cubic feet and click on the "convert" button.

#### How many cubic feet in a barrel?

The conversion factor of fluid barrels to cubic feet varies depending on the standard used.

1 Barrels (US, Fluid) = 4.2109375 Cubic Feet

1 Barrels (US, Oil) = 5.61458333 Cubic Feet

1 Barrels (US, Dry) = 4.08333333 Cubic Feet

This means that there are 4.2109375 cubic feet in one US fluid barrel. One US oil barrel is equivalent to 5.61458333 cubic feet and one US dry barrel is made up of 4.08333333 cubic feet.

If you want to determine the number of cubic feet in a barrel, simply multiply the value in barrels by the conversion factor.

For example, convert 0.5 barrels to cubic feet. We will multiply this value by the conversion factor 4.2109375 if the unit is in the US, fluid barrels.

I.e. 0.5 x 4.2109375 = 2.10546875 cubic feet in 0.5 barrels.

It is also important to note that the fluid barrels (beer etc.) and oil barrels are units of different measurement. This converter can only convert the volume from barrels to cubic feet. If the values are in cubic feet, use the cubic feet to barrels conversion calculator.