**measurement ton** — (MTON or MT) a unit of volume used for measuring the cargo of a ship, truck, train, or other freight carrier, equal to exactly 40 cubic feet, or approximately 1.1326 cubic meters. This unit was traditionally called a freight ton (see ton5),… … Dictionary of units of measurement

**measurement goods** — noun see measurement cargo * * * measurement goods plural noun Light goods carried for charges according to bulk, not weight • • • Main Entry: ↑measure … Useful english dictionary

**measurement freight** — noun see measurement cargo … Useful english dictionary

**measurement ton** — The unit of volumetric measurement of equipment associated with surface delivered cargo. Measurement tons equal total cubic feet divided by 40 (1MTON = 40 cubic feet). Also called M/T, MT, MTON … Military dictionary

**measurement ton** — noun A unit of volume for cargo freight usually reckoned at 40 U.S. or Imperial cubic feet … Wiktionary

**Builder's Old Measurement** — (BOM) is the method of calculating the size or cargo capacity of a ship used in England from approximately 1720 to 1849. The BOM estimated the tonnage of a ship based on length and maximum beam. The formula is: Tonnage = frac {({Length} Beam}… … Wikipedia

**Units of measurement** — Weights and measures redirects here. For other uses, see Weights and measures (disambiguation). The former Weights and Measures office in Seven Sisters, London A unit of measurement is a definite magnitude of a physical quantity, defined and… … Wikipedia

**Motorcycle testing and measurement** — A Triumph Sprint ST on a chassis dynamometer … Wikipedia

**National Cargo Bureau** — The National Cargo Bureau (NCB) a non profit marine surveying organization charged with assisting the U.S. Coast Guard with carrying out the provisions of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea. The NCB was formed by a group… … Wikipedia

**ton** — 1. (tn or T or t) a traditional unit of weight equal to 20 hundredweight. In the United States and Canada, there are 100 pounds in the hundredweight and exactly 2000 pounds (907.185 kilograms) in the ton. In Britain, there are 112 pounds … Dictionary of units of measurement