# Volume of a circular truncated cone Calculator

## Calculates the volume, lateral area and surface area of a circular truncated cone given the lower and upper radii and height. | ||

- Purpose of use
- Checking my answer for volume of a bucket

- Purpose of use
- Figure out the volume of a pile of dirt

- Purpose of use
- Wood volume calculation / checking my math

- Purpose of use
- To understand volume measurement a 160 drum with max and okeguchi diamter.
- Comment/Request
- None.

- Purpose of use
- just need to measure the size of my new 2011 lamborgini hurracun

- Purpose of use
- Tree volume

- Purpose of use
- I have a cheese form that is a partial cone shape that takes a gallon''s worth of milk solids. I want to make molds out of pvc piping and need to figure out the height and width. This all started with the partial cone volume, then I worked backwards.

- Purpose of use
- Calculating the Volume of a cone-like bucket for a Major Design Practical for Year 12 Physics (Senior Year) for the last experiment I do.

- Purpose of use
- I need to mix epoxy to fill a rectangular form. I have broken the bulk materials into 2 oz plastic cups. I needed to know how many sets of the cups I would need to fill the area. I had calculated by averaging the radius of the upper and lower circles. My result was 8.16, your calculation was 8.84. I knew mine wouldn''t be exact, but wanted to see how close my rough method was to actual.
- Comment/Request
- This website is very useful. For years I had a spreadsheet that I set-up the formulas for various calculations similar do what you provide. My old way works, but it was slower especially when I had to create a new entry for a different formula.

- Purpose of use
- Calculating the volume of wood in a tree.

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