volume of a right circular cylinder is v = (pi)(h)(r^2)
if you want the answer in cubic meters the height and the radius must be in meters.
1 cu.m. = 35.31485 cu.ft. 1 cu.ft. = 0.0283167 cu.m. therefore: cu.m. x 35.31485 = cu.ft. and cu.ft. x 0.0283167 = cu.m.
Formula: radius2 x Pi (3.1416) x length
The cubic meter of a cylinder can be calculated by using the formula of one half pi R square multiplied by the height. Then, the values need to be inputted into the formula and calculated for the answer.
Volume of a cylinder is pi x radius2 x height. If measurements are made in feet, volume will be in cubic feet.
Using this formula: Volume of a cylinder = Pi (about 3.14) x radius2 x length
You can use the formula for the volume of a cylinder to calculate that.
Volume of a cylinder in cubic units = pi*radius2*height or length
Assuming a circular cylinder, you use the formula pi x radius squared x height. The answer will be in cubic units, for example, cubic millimeters.
All of these must be in the same unit of measurement (ex: ft. in.)
Engine cylinder capacity(Engine cylinder volume )is represented by cubic centimeter(cc).CC is calculated by the following formula CC=N*((π*d^2*l)/4) N=no.of cylinder d=cylinder dia l =stroke length
The formula for Cylinder:If we have a cylinder with the radius r, pi is 3.1415, and height h, the volume V of the cylinder is:V = (r squared) (pi) (h)If your radius and height are measured in inches, the volume is in cubic inches.