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The** Fuel in Horizontal Circular Tank **calculator computes the content fluid (e.g. fuel) volume in an above ground circular storage tank based on the tank's dimensions and the measurement of a dipstick (see Directions).

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Choose units and enter the following:

- (
**F**) Depth of Fluid in Tank (wet dipstick) - (
**D**) Diameter of Tank - (
**L**) Length of Tank

**Volume (V):** The calculator returns the volume of fuel in the tank in gallons. It also returns the volume of fuel needed to fill the tank in gallons. However, these can be automatically converted to other volume units (e.g. liters, barrels) via the pull-down menu.

This calculator answers the question, "How much is in my horizontal fuel tank?" Horizontal ASTs are used for home heating oil, kerosene and diesel fuel. The typical AST has a cap that is used to refuel the tank. This is the easiest place to insert a dipstick (measuring stick) to measure the depth (**F**) of the liquid content of the AST.

The picture shown is a hand crank that pumps 10 gallons for every 100 turns of the pump crank(See Hand Pump Volume formula). During cold periods, the fuel supplier will treat the diesel with an anti-freeze mixture, but this is only a concern if the temp is well below zero degrees F (e.g.-5 F or colder).

- Storage Capacity of a Rectangular Tank
- Above Ground Storage Tank Capacity
- Storage Capacity of a Horizontal Cylindrical Tank
- Fuel in a 268 Gallon Tank
- Fuel in a 322 Gallon Tank
- Fuel in a 150 Gallon Circular Tank
- Fuel in a 270 Gallon Circular Tank
- Fuel in a 525 Gallon Circular Tank
- Fuel in a Skid Tank
- Fuel in a 300 Gallon Skid Tank
- Fuel in a 550 Gallon Skid Tank
- Fuel in a 1000 Gallon Skid Tank
- Fuel in a 1500 Gallon Skid Tank
- Fuel in a 2000 Gallon Skid Tank
- Fuel in a 2500 Gallon Skid Tank
- Volume of a Torispherical Head
- Volume of a Torispherical Tank
- Hand Pump Volume: Computes the number of cycles (pumps or cranks) needed to move a specified volume
- Volume from Pump Rate over Time: Computes gallons pumped or consumed based on a rate and time duration.