If you're reading this, it might mean that you need to convert the volume of a cylinder in metres and litres.
If so, then good news! This web page is just for you. Let's get started...
Converting volume measurements can be tricky.
It’s not always as simple as doing a quick Google search and getting an answer in the form of litres to metres (or vice versa).
We’ve put together this guide to help you convert different types of volumes so that your conversion process is easier than ever before.
If you need to calculate cylinders volume in feet, inches, centimetres to gallons and litres see the Converter Section.
There are 1000 millimetres in 1 metre. 1 mm = 0.001 metres. Use decimal places in the above cylinder volume calculators.
Enter the radius of the cylinder and height in the first calculator above.
Otherwise enter the diameter and height in the second calculator above.
Enter the radius and height in metres for tank volume in litres using the first calculator above.
Or use diameter and height in metres for fank volume in litres using the second calculator above.
Use this web page for cylinder calculator using metres for results in cubic metres or litres results.
Use 4 Cylinder Volume Calculators to work out cylinder volume using feet and inches for gallon results.
Use the above calculators using the inside diameter and height metres (meters) measurements, for results in litres (liters).
Use 4 Cylinder Volume Calculators using feet measurements and imperial gallon results.