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`V = pi * "r" ^2 * "h" `

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The **Volume of a Cylinder** calculator computes the volume of a right circular cylinder from the height (h) and radius (r).

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

- (
**r**) Radius of the cylinder . - (
**h**) Height of the cylinder.

**Volume of a Cylinder (V)**: The calculator returns the volume (**V**) in cubic meters. However, this can be automatically converted to many other volume units (e.g. cubic inches) via the pull-down menu.

The formula for the volume of a cylinder is:

V = π•r²•h

where:

**V**is the volume of the cylinder**r**is the Radius of the cylinder .**h**is the Height of the cylinder.

- Compute the
**Lateral Surface Area (sides) of a Cylinder**based on height and radius. - Compute the
**Total Surface Area of a Cylinder**including the sides, top and bottom. - Compute the
**Volume of a Cylinder**based on cylinder height and radius - Compute the
**Height of a Cylinder**based on the volume and radius. - Compute the
**Radius of a Cylinder**based on the volume and height. - Compute the
**Mass or Weight of a Cylinder**based on the volume and mean density of the cylinder. - Compute the
**Density of a cylinder**. - Compute the
**Lateral Surface Area of a Slanted Cylinder**. - Compute the
**Volume of a Slanted Cylinder**. - Compute the
**Weight or Mass of a Slanted Cylinder**. - Compute the moment of inertia of a cylinder shaped object based around the central axis
- Compute the moment of inertia of a cylinder shaped object around the end of the cylinder
- Compute the moment of inertia of a cylinder shaped object perpendicular to the central axis.
- Look up the mean density of common substances (useful in calculating the mass/weight and the moments of inertia)

- Volume of a Cube
- Volume of a Box
- Volume of a Cone
- Volume of a Cone Frustum
- Volume of a Cylinder
- Volume of a Slanted Cylinder
- Volume of a Triangular - 3 sided column
- Volume of a Quadrilateral - 4 sided column
- Volume of a Pentagon - 5 sided regular column
- Volume of a Hexagon - 6 sided regular column
- Volume of a Heptagon - 7 sided regular column
- Volume of a Octagon - 8 sided regular column
- Volume of a Nonagon - 9 sided regular column
- Volume of a Decagon - 10 sided regular column
- Volume of a Hendecagon - 11 sided regular column
- Volume of a Dodecagon - 12 sided regular column
- Volume of a Paraboloid
- Volume of a Polygon based Pyramid
- Volume of a Pyramid Frustum
- Volume of a Sphere
- Volume of a Oblate Spheroid
- Volume of a Ellipsoid

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- Pipe Grading - The amount of drop needed over a run to maintain a specified grade
- Diagonal of a Square - This is a simple calculation to assist in computing the diagonal of a square.
- Diagonal of a Box - This computes the length of the diagonal of a box (
**T**) based on sides of length**R, S**and**U**. - Flow Rate - This computes flow rate based on the total volume and the time it took to accumulate.
- Pipe Flow Volume - This computes the total volume from a pipe based on the flow rated and the duration of flow.
- Volume of a Pipe
- Weight of Pipe Contents: Default is water. Also see Weight of sea water in pipe
- Volume of a Cylindrical Container (e.g. hot water tanks),
- Weight of Water in a Cylindrical Tank (e.g. hot water tanks),
- Volume of a Spherical Container,
- Weight of Water in a Spherical Container
- Volume of a Rectangular container
- Weight of Water in a Rectangular Container, and a
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- Snow Water Equivalence - The volume of water created by an area and depth of snow.
- Pore Water Pressure - Pressure of uplift from the water table.
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