# Volume of a partial sphere Calculator

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

- 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.

- Purpose of use
- Used to calculate submerged depth of a spherical float.
- Comment/Request
- Easy to use.

- Purpose of use
- calculate volume of nuclear reactor vessel head for a thermal fluid-hydraulics model (commercial simulation)
- Comment/Request
- Looks accurate to me.

- Purpose of use
- Calculate fill removed from excavation of a pond.

- Purpose of use
- Maths Q (homework)
- Comment/Request
- Are you sure this is accurate I did the calculation using the formula and was pretty far off

- Purpose of use
- Required to estimate when the bread dough in a bowl has doubled in volume

- Purpose of use
- Calculating the reverberation time of a truncated sphere

- Purpose of use
- Calculating number of square degrees on the sky above a certain declination

- Purpose of use
- Calculate approximate volume of a bowl

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