This calculator for cylinder tank. See also calculator for rectangular tank - Box Volume Calculator.

## How calculate volume of a tank?

**Volume of a tank**is found by multiplying the area of base of the tank by its height.

Calculating the volume of a tank is simple once you know the formula.

Formulas volume of a tank:

V = H * π * D

^{2}/ 4

V = H * π * R

^{2}

Radius and diameter ratio is D = 2 * R

V - volume

H - height

D - diameter

R - radius

π = 3.1415926535 (Pi)

As a result, the program calculates the total volume of a tank. Using the formula above you can find the volume of the tank which gives it's maximum capacity.

To calculate the volume of a tank we need to know the diameter of the circular cross-section of the tank - this is the measurement from the outer-edge, to the outer-edge.

To calculate the volume of a tank we need also to know the hight of a tank.

Remember that the diameters and the height must be in the same units - convert them if necessary. The resulting volume will be in those cubic units. So, for example if the height and radius are both in meters, then the volume will be in cubic meters.

A tank is a solid composed of two congruent circles in parallel planes and all the line segments parallel to the segment.

Volume of a tank is a quantitative characteristic of the space occupied by a body or substance.

With this calculator, you can calculate volume of a tank. This is a simple program for calculating.

Quickly perform this simple mathematical operation with this online program. To do this, enter a value in the appropriate field and click the button.

## Table of volume of a tank

Below is a table for calculating volume of a tank (Diameter = 1 ... 10, Height = 1 ... 4).

Initial data |
Volume of a tank |

D=1 H=1 | 0.78539816 |

D=2 H=1 | 3.14159265 |

D=3 H=1 | 7.06858346 |

D=4 H=1 | 12.5663706 |

D=5 H=1 | 19.634954 |

D=6 H=1 | 28.274334 |

D=7 H=1 | 38.4845099 |

D=8 H=1 | 50.2654824 |

D=9 H=1 | 63.61725116 |

D=10 H=1 | 78.53981625 |

D=1 H=2 | 1.570796325 |

D=2 H=2 | 6.2831853 |

D=3 H=2 | 14.137166925 |

D=4 H=2 | 25.1327412 |

D=5 H=2 | 39.269908125 |

D=6 H=2 | 56.5486677 |

D=7 H=2 | 76.969019925 |

D=8 H=2 | 100.5309648 |

D=9 H=2 | 127.234502325 |

D=10 H=2 | 157.0796325 |

D=1 H=3 | 2.3561944875 |

D=2 H=3 | 9.42477795 |

D=3 H=3 | 21.2057503875 |

D=4 H=3 | 37.6991118 |

D=5 H=3 | 58.9048621875 |

D=6 H=3 | 84.82300155 |

D=7 H=3 | 115.4535298875 |

D=8 H=3 | 150.7964472 |

D=9 H=3 | 190.8517534875 |

D=10 H=3 | 235.61944875 |

## Example of mathematical solutions

Example of mathematical solutions сalculate volume of a tank in cubic metres, cubic decimeters or liters, cubic centimetres, cubic millimeters, cubic feet.

If Diameter = 10 And Height = 3 Then Volume of a tank = 235.61944875

If Diameter = 10 mm And Height = 3 mm Then Volume of a tank = 235.61944875 mm

^{3}(cubic millimeters)

If Diameter = 10 cm And Height = 3 cm Then Volume of a tank = 235.61944875 cm

^{3}(cubic centimeters)

If Diameter = 10 dm And Height = 3 dm Then Volume of a tank = 235.61944875 dm

^{3}(cubic decimeters or liters)

If Diameter = 10 m And Height = 3 m Then Volume of a tank = 235.61944875 m

^{3}(cubic meters)

If Diameter = 10 feet And Height = 3 feet Then Volume of a tank = 235.61944875 feet

^{3}(cubic feet)

etc ...

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