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Placing a sphere in a cylinder of water 2016-05-27
From Fiona:
Hi the question i have is, if I have a cylinder filled with water and the volume of the water is 150Pi what would the rise in the level of the water be if you put a sphere into the cylinder with a volume of 500/3Pi? Sorry if it's a bit long winded
Answered by Penny Nom.
Using a bucket to fill a tub 2014-08-27
From Charlotte:
A bathtub needs to be filled with water. To fill the tub, a bucket needs to be filled then dumped into the tub. If the bucket is a cylinder with a radius of 6 in. and a height of 12 in, how many buckets will it take to fill the 5 ft x 3 ft x 3 ft tub.
Answered by Penny Nom.
The volume of scale in a pipe 2014-03-08
From Sid:
What is the estimated volume of scale (Liters) if you have a 12 inch ID pipe,300 feet long with scale 1/2 inch thick. Please show me the method and formula. Thank you for your assistance.
Answered by Penny Nom.
The volume of a smokestack 2011-01-13
From tom:
The outer protective smokestack of a steamship is streamlined so that it has uniform oval section parallel to the deck. The area of this oval section is 48 sq. ft . If the length of the stack is 15 ft. and the stack is raked aft so that its axis at its upper end is horizontally 4.2 ft from the lower end, find the volume enclosed by the stack.
Answered by Penny Nom.
20 miles of gasoline 2009-01-18
From Roger:
I used the volume formula and found that a cylinder with a 3" radius X 8.75" height yields just over 231 cu. in. (one gallon)- doesn't seem right, but that's what I got. Then found the percent that 8.175" is to one foot and multiplied that into the number of feet in 20 miles. I'm not good at math, so I'm starting to lose myself here. The short story is I get a cylinder that is 20 miles long and only .0000387" in diameter. Is this even close to the mark?
Answered by Harley Weston.
Liquid in a drum 2008-11-10
From RAY:
How can I determine the exact amount of liquid in an overturned drum?
Answered by Penny Nom and Victoria West.
The amount of diesel fuel in a tank 2008-10-26
From Mike:
I have an cylinder shaped oil tank that holds approx. 283 gals of diesel fuel. The tank is laying on on its side, (like taking a garbage can and laying it down on its side). What is the formula to calculate how much oil is in the tank at any given time. If the tank was sitting on end it would be easy to figure out, but it is not.
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
The weight of a concrete cylinder 2008-09-18
From Curtis:
I am trying to calculate the weight of a concrete cylinder. The diameter is 56" and the thickness or depth is 24". Can anyone help me? If possible I would like to see the formula as to how the answer was derived. Thank you
Answered by Harley Weston.
I need to provide 712 cubic feet to water storage capacity 2007-07-03
From William:
I need to provide 712 cubic feet to water storage capacity. If I use 15 inch diameter pipe, what would the length need to be to provide the capacity?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
The volume of a cylinder 2007-03-28
From bob:
how do you find the volume of a cylinder that is 12 centimeters wide and 16 centimeters tall?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Depth and volume in a cylindrical tank 2007-01-20
From Andy:
I need to fill a 10 foot diameter by 35 foot long cylinder 85% full. Is there a way to calculate at what depth equals 85%? ie, if I put a stick in the tank would it be at 8.5 feet?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
 
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