4/3 pi r^3
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.
V = radius2 x Pi x length
You can use the formula for the volume of a cylinder to calculate that.
width times height times depth
Cylinder volume in gallons = (pi) x (radius of the end in inches)2 x (length in inches) / (231) or (pi) x (radius of the end in feet)2 x (length in feet) x (7.48) . The first result is exact. The second result is short by 0.007% .
Volume of a cylinder = pi*r2*height Volume = 1088pi or 3418.052807 cubic inches
volume of cylinder pir2h
This cylinder's volume is 301.59 cubic inches.
Cubic inches is the total volume of all cylinders. If you wanted to know the cubic inches of a particular engine you would measure the diameter of the cylinder bore and the stroke of the crankshaft, then use your calculator to figure out the total volume. The formula for the area of a circle is pi times the radius squared. The formula for the volume of a cylinder is area of the circle times length (stroke) of the cylinder. Once you have the volume of the cylinder you can multiply that number by the number of cylinders for total volume (displacement).
The formula for volume of a cylinder is pi•r2•h
A cylinder with a radius of 21 inches and a height of 98 inches has a volume of 135,773.35 cubic inches. This cylinder would have a volume of 587.763 US gallons.