Re: Firewood question: how can a cord stack 4' wide with 18" logs?
A cord of wood, 4'X4'X8' is 128 cubic feet. If you want one dimension of the stack to be 36" (3 ft), and the stack to remain 8 ft long, then the stack needs to be 5.3 ft high to make a full cord.
You can paste the highlighted part below into Google and play around with the divisors for other lengths of wood:
128 / 8 / 3 = 5.333
(Oops, pasting the above will also copy the "highlighting" BBCode, so here it is without any codes.)
128 / 8 / 3
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