The volume of a 300mm diameter by 600mm deep cylinder is: 42,412,000 mm3
Volume of a cylinder is calculated by V = pi x r-squared = h, therefore the volume is approximately 168.9 cubic metres
Volume = pi * radius^2 * height
cylinder 18 feet diameter x 1.5 feet deep volume = 381 cubic feet
If I assume we're talking about a cylinder, its volume is:Volume=Height x Diameter x Diameter x Pi /4where Pi=3.1416Here, Volume=0.3x0.5x0.5x3.1416/4=0.0589 cubic meters (58.9 liters)
Volume of a cylinder measured in cubic units = pi*radius2*height
Volume of a cylinder = cross-sectional area times height
There is no difference.
m3 is a cubic meter. It is the volume equivalent of a cube 1 meter wide by 1 meter deep by 1 meter tall. 1 m3 is equivalent to 1000 liters.
It's a measure of volume: 1 meter high, 1 meter long, 1 meter deep.
Approximately 29,640 US gallons or 24,680 Imperial gallons.