The Volume of the Frustum of a Cone calculator Right Circular Cone
(frustum) computes the volume of a frustum (slice) of a cone. The volume is a function of the top radius (a), bottom radius (b) and height (h) in between.
INSTRUCTION: Choose your length units (e.g. inches or meters) and enter the following:
Volume of the Cone Section (V): The calculator computes the volume (V) in cubic meters (m3). However this can be automatically converted to many other volume units (e.g. gallons or cubic feet) via the pull-down menu.
The frustum of a cone is a section of a cone also known as a truncated cone. The frustum of a cone is created by parallel planes that go through the cone and are normal (perpendicular) to the center axis of the cone. The shape of the top and bottom are perfect circles whose centers are directly aligned. The planes are separated by the height (h). Theis as follows: