# Volume of a partial sphere Calculator

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

- Purpose of use
- Determination of rural / agricultural pond volume to enable proper chemical dosing to reduce nitrates and nitrites.
- Comment/Request
- Overdoses of nitrate and / or nitrate reduction chemicals could kill our much loved pond Bluegill and Bass population, hence the ability to determine the volume of our pond is key to proper dosing. Whomever developed this tool and made it available is my hero...

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

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- calculate surface to volume ratios for steam jacketed kettles

- Purpose of use
- 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.

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

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

- Purpose of use
- 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

- Purpose of use
- 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

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

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