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 A conical pile of gravel 2010-04-13 From Chassity:The gravel pile is 120' around at the base and goes up 20' high at the peak. How many tons or yards of gravel in that pile?Answered by Penny Nom. A gravel pile in my driveway 2009-05-13 From Dean:The only place I have to deliver gravel is in my driveway. The driveway is 16 ft wide by 18 ft long. How much gravel can I order as to not exceed the boundaries of my driveway when the truck dumps the gravel onto my driveway? I am assuming the angle of repose comes into play when calculating this elliptical pile? The maximum amount of gravel I need is 12 cubic yards.Answered by Robert Dawson. Cubic yards in a gravel pile 2003-01-10 From Ron:I am looking to find a way to measure gravel piles to get yards. They are generaly not square.it would be like pouring sand out of a bag into a pile. they generaly are concave in dimension. can you help. I have attached a picture to show a small scale what I am working on is in much larger volume.Answered by Harley Weston.

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