# How many quarts in a cubic yard?

## 807.896104 US Fluid Quarts

### Cubic Yards to Quarts (How many quarts in a cubic yard?)

It is a conversion tool that converts the volume in cubic yards (yd3) to volume in quarts (qt). The blank text field is used to enter the volume in cubic yards. Press the ‘Convert' button to execute the conversion from cubic yards to quarts. The conversion result is displayed below the control button in quarts. This converter gives quick and accurate results depending on the values entered in the text field.

##### Example

Convert 0.06 cubic yards to quarts

##### Solution

First, enter the volume in cubic yards (0.06) in the blank text field. Click the ‘Convert' button to display the results in quarts. It is shown as;

0.06 Cubic Yard = 48.47376624 US Fluid Quarts

This implies that there are 48.47376624 US Fluid Quarts in 0.06 cubic yards.

## Cubic Yards to Quarts Conversion

Enter a value that you want to convert into quarts and click on the "convert" button.

#### How many quarts in a cubic yard?

The volume units' conversion factor of cubic yards to quarts is 807.896104.

1 Cubic Yard = 807.896104 Quarts (Fluid, US)

1 Cubic Yard = 694.279252 Quarts (Dry, US)

1 Cubic Yard = 672.714229 Quarts (UK)

1 Quart (Fluid, US) = 0.00123778292 Cubic Yard

1 Quart (Dry, US) = 0.0014403426236 Cubic Yard

1 Quart (UK) = 0.0014865153077 Cubic Yard

Therefore, there are 807.896104 fluid quarts in one cubic yard. Multiply the value in cubic yards by the conversion factor to determine the number of quarts in a cubic yard.

For example; how many quarts are in 0.02 cubic yards?

= 0.02 x 807.896104

= 16.15792208000000230 US Fluid Quarts in 0.02 cubic yards.

##### Definitions

A Cubic yard is a unit of volume in the US customary and imperial measuring systems abbreviated as "yd3". One cubic yard is equal to 672.7 imperial quarts and 807.9 US fluid quarts.

A quart is a volume unit in the US customary and imperial system abbreviated as "qt". There are two types of a quart in the US customary system and only a single in the imperial system.