How to find out the volume of a cylinder.

Work out the volume of a cylinder using feet and inches.

Calculate volume of cylinders or tanks.

Results in either cubic feet, cubic inches, UK gallons or US gallons.

Volume of a cylinder = pi x radius squared x height

Cylinder Volume = π r^{2} h

Cylinder Volume = 3.14159265 x radius ^{2} x height

1 US gallon = 231 cubic inches

1 Imperial gallon = 1 UK gallon = 277.419 cubic inches

As you can see from the steps above, calculating a cylinder's volume is easy as pie.

You may be surprised to learn that there are many different ways to calculate this simple measure of space and each method will produce slightly different results.

But now that we’ve walked through it, calculating your tank or container’s volumetric capacity should be no problem at all!

Use Cylinder Volume Calculator Input measurements in centimetres or metres. Results in litres.

Measure the height and width of the cylinder in either feet or inches. Use the relevant calculator above to get volume results in gallons.

Use the 3rd calculator above to use cylinder radius and height in inches for results in cubic inches or gallons.

Use the 4th calculator above to use cylinder diameter and height in inches for results in cubic inches or gallons.

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