# Volume of a partial sphere Calculator

## Calculates the volume and surface area of a partial sphere given the radius and height. | ||

- Purpose of use
- Calculating volume of a meteor impact crater, using 1 asssumption and requiring repetitive iterations.

- Purpose of use
- thinking about the earth's crust, and the constraints it puts on the surface

- Purpose of use
- Making a new packaging system for food to make more sustainable.

- Purpose of use
- Calculate bread dough amount required by the pan. Taking average 4 to 6 grams per cubic inches.

- Purpose of use
- CALCULATE THE VOLUME OF A GEODESIC DOME FOR GREENHJOUSE HUMIDISTATE SND HEATER.

- Purpose of use
- To determine the volume of a combustion chamber before machining.

- Purpose of use
- Calculate air volume under an aluminum geodesic dome.

- Purpose of use
- Calculate volume of a tippee top to determine center of mass

- Purpose of use
- Used formulas to backwards-calculate the radius of a total sphere, using a measured dome. Will use to construct a diffuser for a tweeter element in a speaker.

- Purpose of use
- I am a woodturner. I wanted an approximate difference in volume of a bowl that was two inches larger than another bowl.

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