The volume in liters of a cylinder with a diameter of 2000mm and a depth of 100mm is: 314 liters.
Volume= l*w*h. 360*160*314 = 18 086 400 ft3
Diameter = 314/pi feet
The volume of a cylinder is its surface (a circle) times its height. This comes down to: (Pi x r2) x h.Pi is about 3,14~, r is the radius of the circle and h is the height of the cylinder.It is important to make sure that the values for radius and height are in the same type of unit (so centimeters or meters for example) to prevent calculation errors.Example: A cylinder with a radius of 5 cm and a height of 10 cm would have a volume of (Pi x 10) x 10 = 314 cm3 (cubic centimeters).
The diameter of a circle whose circumference is 314 is about 1 (99.95).
(12 x "pi" x 20) + 2(36 x "pi") which equals 314 x "pi" which equals about 985.96 when pi is 3.14
Using pi as 3.14 it works out that the diameter is 20 cm
100pi, or approximately 314.