The Volume Inside of a Spherical Shell calculator computes the volume inside spherical shell with an outer radius (r) and a thickness (t). Spherical Shell
INSTRUCTIONS: Choose units and enter the following:
Sphere Volume (V): The volume (V) is returned in cubic meters. However the user can automatically convert the volume to other units (e.g. liters, gallons, or cubic inches) via the pull-down menu.
The Volume of a spherical shell can compute the amount of materials needed to coat any spherical object from a candy gumball to a submarine bathosphere.
The equation for the volume of a sphere is V = `4/3 * pi * r^3`. This formula computes the difference between two spheres to compute the volume of the shell as follows: