The volume of a cylinder 2.1 meters in diameter and 2.3 meters high is 7.97 cubic meters.
A cylinder with a diameter of 7 meters and a height of 12 meters has a volume of 461.81 cubic meters.
600 mm = 60 cm and 3 meters = 300 cm Volume = pi*302*300 = 848,230 cubic cm
The volume is 461.81 cubic meters.
Volume of the cylinder = pi*0.652*3 = 3.982 cubic meters rounded to 3 dp
If cylinder diameter = 2.55 metres and height = 3.5 metres then volume = 17.87 cubic metres. If cylinder diameter = 3.5 metres and height = 2.55 metres then volume = 24.53 cubic metres.
Volume = pi*3.52*12 = 147*pi cubic meters
The volume of any cylinder is pi times the radius squared times the height. For your cylinder, the volume is 27.4889 cubic meters. There are 1,000 liters in a cubic meter, so you'll have 27,488.9 liters in that cylinder.
72.1 cubic metres, approx - assuming that the diameter is 18 feet and not some other units.
Volume = pi525 = 393 cubic meters rounded to the nearest integer
600mm into cubic meter
It is: pi*72*10 = 2155 cubic meters rounded to nearest integer