Diameter is a length measurement. Cubic inches is a volume measurement. Diameter cannot be measured in or converted to cubic inches.
The volume of a cylinder, in cubic yards, if the height is 153 inches and the diameter is 24 inches is 69,215.57 cubic inches which equates to 1.484 cubic yards.
I am assumiong 18 inches inside diameter. Pi x 9 x 9 x 30=2430pi cubic inches or approximately 7634.0763 cubic inches. There are 1728 cubic inches in a cubic foot so 4.4178682 cubic feet.
201 cubic inches
27π cubic inches.
1.96 cubic feet.
201.1 cubic inches for every inch long the piece of pipe is.
The approximate volume of a sphere with a diameter of 8 inches is 268 cubic inches.
1.313 cubic feet.
A sphere with a diameter of 16 inches has a volume of 2,144.66 cubic inches.
The volume is 4,189 cubic inches.
If 60 inches is the inside diameter of your cylinder (I'm assuming it's a tank) the volume will be approximately 1800 U.S. gals. The volume of a cylinder equals (pi divided by 4) times the (inside diameter) squared times the (height) . Since you give us the diameter and the height as inches, your answer will be in cubic inches so if we look up that 231 cubic inches equals 1 U.S. gal you can plug in the numbers on a calculator to get the precise answer of 1799.27 U.S. gals.