# Volume of a partial sphere Calculator

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

- Purpose of use
- PSV calculation of a spherical C3 gas sphere

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- calculate surface to volume ratios for steam jacketed kettles

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- Compute the volume of the ends of a propane tank; the tank itself is just a horizontal cylinder. Computing the volume of the domed ends threw me. Converting a propane tank into a diesel fuel tank.

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- Calculating volume of an impact basin. Self-learning astronomy.

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- Calculate head space in a chemical tank with a spherical domed top

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- Calculate height of sourdough in a spherical bowl to tell when it has risen 30-40-50%. Can't just eyeball it if you want to know. Surprised by how little calculated increased height it is to rise by 50% !! Thanks.
- Comment/Request
- Thanks!!.

- Purpose of use
- calculate the volume of water in a septic tank

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- looking for the radius of a partial sphere that is 10 feet tall and with a base at least 6 feet, also used the surface area calculation to see how many strings of light we will need to cover the surface

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- 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

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