## How do you calculate the volume of a tank in feet?

The volume of a tank in cubic feet is equal to the tank area multiplied by the tank height. The capacity in gallons is equal to the volume in cubic feet multiplied by 7.48 gallons per cubic foot.

## What is the formula for tank volume?

V(tank) = πr2l Calculate the filled volume of a horizontal cylinder tank by first finding the area, A, of a circular segment and multiplying it by the length, l. Area of the circular segment, the grey shaded area, is A = (1/2)r2(θ – sinθ) where θ = 2*arccos(m/r) and θ is in radians.

**How do you calculate gallons in a tank?**

If you want to measure larger tanks in feet, multiply the cubic feet by 7.48 to convert cubic feet to gallons.

**How many gallon is a 4ft tank?**

Volume in US gallons and liters.

Tank Diameter | Volume (U.S. Gallons per foot) | |
---|---|---|

Feet | Inch | |

4 | 0 | 94.00 |

1 | 97.96 | |

2 | 102.0 |

### How do you calculate capacity?

To calculate capacity utilization rate, use the formula capacity utilization = (100,000 / potential output) x 100 and follow the steps below:

- Calculate the level of actual output.
- Determine your potential output level.
- Divide actual output by potential output.
- Multiply your result by 100.
- Interpret your results.

### What is water volume?

Calculating water volume depends on the shape of the vessel containing the water. Volume calculations for a square or rectangular vessel require you know its length, width and depth for entry into the volume equation, V=L_W_D, where L stands for length, W is the width and D represents depth.

**How many gallon is a 2 feet tank?**

Volume in US gallons and liters.

Tank Diameter | Volume (U.S. Gallons per foot) | |
---|---|---|

Feet | Inch | |

2 | 0 | 23.50 |

1 | 25.50 | |

2 | 27.58 |

**How do you find volume and capacity?**

Litres are measured for volume of liquids and for the capacity of containers. Cubic metres, cubic centimetres etc are used for volumes of objects, spaces, etc….

VOLUME | SI unit: cubic metre (m3) |
---|---|

= 1 litre (L) | |

1 cm3 = 1 L | |

1000 cubic decimetres (dm3) | = 1 cubic metre (m3) |

= 1 kilolitre (kL) |