A cylinder has a volume which is determined by its height and radius.
Calculating the volume of a cylinder in gallons can be done using this formula: V= πr2h, where r is the radius and h is the height.
We hope this article gave you a better understanding of how much volume your cylinder has.
It's important to know the difference between inches and gallons, but also be able to convert measurements from one unit into another for more accurate calculations.
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To calculate the volume of a cylinder using radius and height in inches, use the first calculator above. Results in cubic inches or gallons.
To calculate the volume of a cylinder using diameter and height in inches, use the second calculator above. Results in cubic inches or gallons.
To calculate the volume of a cylinder using width and height in feet, use Volume of a cylinder in feet and gallons
The first calculator above can calculate cylinder voiume using raduis and height in inches with results in gallons.
The second calculator above can calculate cylinder voiume using diameter and height in inches with results in gallons.
Tank volume can be calculated using the internal diameter and internal height in inches as an input using the second calculator above with results in gallons.
This cylinder calculator can work out the water volume using inches as inputs and gallons as the output.
This cylinder calculator Volume of a cylinder in metres and litres uses metres as mesurements and litres as results.
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Input measurements in centimetres or metres. Results in litres.