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 The volume of a hopper 2011-04-13 From michael:I have a tank that is 72" x 72" at the top and 10" x 10" at the bottom and is 31" tall. I need to calculate the cubic feet of the tankAnswered by Penny Nom. The volume of a feed hopper 2008-12-18 From John:I need to calculate the volume of a feed hopper, and I'm not sure how to break it down. The top of the hopper is 36" x 36", it is 30" deep, and ends at a 6" x 6" plate. One side of the hopper is straight top to bottom, of course tapering on two sides to meet at the plate. The other three sides angle down at about 75 degrees. I need to determine the cubic foot volume of this hopper (it is used for ground coffee) so I can configure a vibrator to knock down residual grounds. Thanks.Answered by Robert Dawson. The volume of a hopper 2005-05-28 From Brian:I would like to know the volume of this rectangular hopper. can you helpAnswered by Penny Nom.

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