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`"P/C"_"volume" = ( "vU" / "dU" ) * "p" `

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The **Volume Produced, Filled or Consumed over Time** calculator computes the volume of material produced or consumed over a period of time based on the unit of volume (**`vU`**), time to produce or consume the unit (**`dU`**) and the period (**`p`**) of production or consumption.

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Choose your preferred volume and time units and enter the following:

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**vU**) The unit volume amount (e.g. 2.3 liters) - (
**dU**) The time to process a unit volume amount (e.g. 1.2 milliseconds) - (
**p**) This is the total period of production or consumption (e.g. 465 days)

The **Volume Processed** calculator will compute the total volume (V) in cubic meters (m^{3}). However, this can be automatically converted to other volume units (e.g. gallons, liters, barrel, cubic inches) via the pull-down menu. To the Time required to Process, Consume or Produce a Volume, **CLICK HERE**.

Production and consumption of materials over time can be estimated or measured based on the average production or consumption rate of a unit. This calculator measures the units as volumes such as gallons, liters or cubic measurements such as cubic inches, centimeters or even cubic miles and kilometers. With this calculator you can determine how much volume is produced or consumed over time.

**Units over Time**: Compute number of units produced in that period .**Time for Units**: Compute the period of time (T) needed to process the number of units.**Length over Time**: Compute the Total Length processed over time.**Time for Length**: Computes the Total Period (P) required required to process the length.**Area over Time**: Compute the Total Area (TA) processed in the Total Period.**Time for Area**: Computes the Total Period (P) required to process the Total Area.**Volume over Time**: Compute the Total Volume (TV) processed in the Total Period.**Time for Volume**: Computes the total time period (P) required to process the Volume.- To convert from one volume unit to another, CLICK HERE.
- To compute the total cost of something priced by volume, CLICK HERE.
- To compare the cost of two items priced by volume, CLICK HERE.
- To compare the cost of three items priced by volume, CLICK HERE.
- To compute the time to produce, consume, fill or drain a volume based on a rate, CLICK HERE.

Production examples:

- dairy that can process 4.5 gallons(
**`vU`**) of milk every 45 minutes (**`dU`**). This calculator can tell you how many gallons are produced in 36 hours (**`p`**). The answer is 216 gallons. - cement factory that can produce 12 cubic yards(
**`vU`**) of concrete every 90 minutes(**`dU`**). This calculator can tell you how many cubic yards are produced in five days (**`p`**). The answer is 960 cubic yards.

Consumption examples:

- the town that consumes 670 liters (
**`vU`**) of water every day(**`dU`**). This calculator can tell you how much water would be consumed in 90 days (**`p`**). The answer is 60300.0 Liters. - the bread factory that uses 268 bushels (
**`vU`**) of gluten-free flour every month (**`dU`**). This calculator can tell you how much flour is used on every 18 hour (**`p`**) duty cycle. The answer is 6.603 bushels.

Volume is a three dimensional quantity, and can be computed by the product of three orthogonal lengths (V = l • w • h) or by an area times an orthogonal length (V = A • d).

vCalc's Length Units | |||||

(mm^{3}) cubic millimeters | (m^{3}) cubic meters | Liquid Ounce (U.K.) | (bu) Bushel | tablespoon | |

(cm^{3}) cubic centimeters | (in^{3}) cubic inch | Liquid Ounce (U.S.) | smidgen | cup | |

(mL) milliliters | (ft^{3}) cubic foot | Liquid Gallon (U.S.) | pinch | pint | |

(L) Liters | (yd^{3}) cubic yard | Dry Gallon (U.S.) | dash | quart | |

(km^{3}) cubic kilometers | (mi^{3}) cubic mile | Liquid Gallon (U.K.) | teaspoon | barrel |

vCalc provides automatic conversions between length units. A Volume Conversion Calculator can be found by CLICKING HERE.

- Production / Consumption Length - Measures length or distance over time
- Production / Consumption Area - Measures area over time