Vic

Should be something like ((10/12)/2)

In other words 1/2 the diameter squared, times pi, times length. Use 10/12 to convert diameter inches into feet.

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Formula: r x r x 3,14 x h, which in this case means: 5 x 5 x 3,14 x 8 = 628 cubic inches. cubic inches to cubic feet? Im european, so that beats me:-)

Bjarte

Formula: r x r x 3,14 x h, which in this case means: 5 x 5 x 3,14 x 8 = 628 cubic inches. cubic inches to cubic feet? Im european, so that beats me:-)

Bjarte

Ummh. . .slight miscalculation there, Bjarte. One needs to convert
all the measurements to the same unit. You multiplied the radius as
measured in inches but height as measured in feet. The 8 feet needs
to be converted to 96 inches (8 X 12). Following your formula, it
shoud be:

5 X 5 X 3.14 X 96u36 cubic inches

A cubic foot is 1728 cubic inches (12 X 12 X 12). Therefore, 7536 c.i. = 4.36 c.f.

Thus, a log 10" in diameter (5" radius) and 8' (or 96") long would have a volume of about 4 1/3 cubic feet.

Ian

5 X 5 X 3.14 X 96u36 cubic inches

A cubic foot is 1728 cubic inches (12 X 12 X 12). Therefore, 7536 c.i. = 4.36 c.f.

Thus, a log 10" in diameter (5" radius) and 8' (or 96") long would have a volume of about 4 1/3 cubic feet.

Ian

1 cubic foot = 1728 cubic inches

1728 cubic inches = 1 cubic foot

To conver from cubic inches to cubic feet simply divide by 144 (12^2) 628 / 144 = 4.361

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Um yes your answer is the correct cubic feet, but the formula used above is flawed in that the length should have been x12 for cubic inches. The log is 8 feet long I assume ?

As 1 cubic foot is 12x12x12 inches, you would need to divide by 12^3 1728 to convert cubic inches to cubic feet.

Cheers Ray

Um yes your answer is the correct cubic feet, but the formula used above is flawed in that the length should have been x12 for cubic inches. The log is 8 feet long I assume ?

As 1 cubic foot is 12x12x12 inches, you would need to divide by 12^3 1728 to convert cubic inches to cubic feet.

Cheers Ray

Doh! Stupid me...divide by 12^3 or 1728...628/1728 = .3634 cf

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Yeah, except that it's 8__ _feet_ __long, not 8__ _inches_.__ Calculation above should
have been
5 x 5 x 3.14 x 8 x 12 = 7536 cubic inches
Divided by 1728 cu in / cu ft = 4.36 cu ft.

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Yeah, except that it's 8

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V = (pi)r^2 x h

Where h is the height.

Convert your measurement to inches, apply the above formula, then divide by 1728 cubic inches to get the cubic feet.

Where h is the height.

Convert your measurement to inches, apply the above formula, then divide by 1728 cubic inches to get the cubic feet.

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http://www.google.com/search?q=board+foot+calculator Use one of the sites they provide and input your numbers to get board feet. Divide that number by 12 for cubic feet.

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http://www.google.com/search?q=board+foot+calculator Use one of the sites they provide and input your numbers to get board feet. Divide that number by 12 for cubic feet.

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Knowing that I should have steered you to the lumber calc brought me back again with more.

Basic answer: http://www.thermalinc.com/math/roundtank.htm 6.67cu/ft

Real answer from lumber calc: http://www.woodweb.com/cgi-bin/calculators/calc.pl?calculator=log_volume Takes log taper/waste into account. 18 or 30bf, 1.5 or 2.5cu/ft.

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Knowing that I should have steered you to the lumber calc brought me back again with more.

Basic answer: http://www.thermalinc.com/math/roundtank.htm 6.67cu/ft

Real answer from lumber calc: http://www.woodweb.com/cgi-bin/calculators/calc.pl?calculator=log_volume Takes log taper/waste into account. 18 or 30bf, 1.5 or 2.5cu/ft.

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For a circular cylinder, Pi*r^2*h

For a general cylinder, (base area)*height. It need not be a right cylinder.

The top and bottom need not be round, but they must be the same shape and parallel.

The sides need not be perpendicular to the top, but they must be straight and parallel.

Victor wrote:

Wow, a math question I can actually answer off the top of my head. Amazing. I guess I'll always remember that pie are square.

Since it has already been answered in spades, I will interject a smartass comment instead.

If you have cubic feet, you need to buy some shoes that aren't so tight.

Wow, a math question I can actually answer off the top of my head. Amazing. I guess I'll always remember that pie are square.

Since it has already been answered in spades, I will interject a smartass comment instead.

If you have cubic feet, you need to buy some shoes that aren't so tight.

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No, pie are round. It is corn bread that you were thinking of...

HTH,

No, pie are round. It is corn bread that you were thinking of...

HTH,

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Tell that to SWMBO. She makes square pies and round cornbread.

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Volume = Area * Length

A = Pi * radius squared. Radius = diameter

V = A

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1 cubic foot = 12^3 = 1728 cu inches

volume of a right cylinder = (pi * r^2)*** h
r = 5 inches (radius of the base)
h = 8 *** 12 = 96 inches (altitude or height of the cylinder)

plugging into formula... = (3.14159 * 5^2) * 96 = 7539 cu inches = 4.36 cu ft (approx.)

1 cubic foot = 12^3 = 1728 cu inches

volume of a right cylinder = (pi * r^2)

plugging into formula... = (3.14159 * 5^2) * 96 = 7539 cu inches = 4.36 cu ft (approx.)

pi X r squared X height

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