The volume is worked out using the formula: π(pi) x radius squared x height
Diameter is 24, therfore radius is 12, height is 8ft = 96 ins (all values must be in same units)
Pi x 144 x 96 = 13824π cubic ins.
= 43407.36 cubic ins. (approximately, using π=3.14)
1 cubic foot = 1728 cubic ins
Therefore in cubic feet is 43407.36/1728=25.12 cubic feet
There are 1.77 cubic feet of volume per foot of length at 1.5' in diameter.
Diameter is a length measurement. Cubic inches is a volume measurement. Diameter cannot be measured in or converted to cubic inches.
The volume of a cylinder with a length of 22 and a diameter of 9 is: 1,400 cubic units.
.75 diameter? What units? 0.75 microns? 0.75 kilometres?
We need to know the diameter AND the length of the cylinder to tell you the cubic volume.
Volume of a cylinder = (pi) (radius)2 (length)Volume of the pipe section, with dimensions in feet = (pi) (1)2 (8) = 8 pi = 25.133 cubic ft (rounded)
A cylinder with a diameter of 2 feet and a length of 4 feet has a volume of 12.57 cubic feet.
V = 34,353.3 cubic inches.
The volume of a pipe with diameter of 1 meter and a length of 2 meters is 1.57 cubic meters.
From your question, we don't really know what "diameter" means. If it's a unit of length or distance, then the volume of the box is 10 x 5 x 15.6 = 780 cubic diameter. If "diameter" in your question is not a length or distance, then we have no idea.
If the diameter is 8 inches and the length is 3 feet, the volume is: 1.047 cubic feet.