How many cu ft
First we have to find the radius and this is done by the dividing circumference by 2*pi and this works out as 5.092958179 Volume of a cylinder = pi*radius2*height Volume = 692.6423124 or 693 cubic units to the nearest unit
7*5*3 = 105 cubic yards
The volume of a cylinder when the inside circumference is 12 feet and height is 8 feet is: 91.7 cubic feet.
It is 10.5 feet.
Measure the height of the pipe, in inches. Then the pressure at the bottom is approx 14.7 + 0.036*H PSI.
If you mean the volume of a cylinder then divide the circumference by 2*pi to find its radius and so:- Volume in cubic units of the cylinder = pi*radius squared*height
Volume of a cylinder = pi*r2*height Volume = 1809.557368 cubic feet
The volume of a cylinder is pi*(radius)^2*height. We are not given the radius here, but we know the circumference. Circumference is 2*pi*radius. So radius is equal to the circumference/(2*pi). We can then substitute this into the equation for volume to get: V=pi*(circumference/(2*pi))^2*height=(circumference)^2/(4*pi)*height._________________________________________________________________For your problem we have circumference=84 inches and height=32 inches. So:(84 inches)^2/(4*pi)*32 inches=7056 square inches/(4*pi)*32 inches=1764 square inches/pi*32 inches=56448 cubic inches/pi=17967.9564553 cubic inches which is about 17968 cubic inches.
10.0 cubic meters
Volume equals circumference cubed over six pi squared. V = C3/6(pi2).
Circumference = diameter x pi . The height doesn't matter. You know google is a powerful too for something like this.
14 x 9 x 4 = 504 cubic units