It is 7.83 gallons per inch. .785x4x4x1=12.56 cubic feet. 12.56 cubic feet x 7.48 gallons per cubic foot=93.9 gallons per foot 93.9 gallons per foot / 12 inches per foot =7.83 gallons per inch.
13.9 gallons per inch of depth.
A 4-inch diameter cylinder holds 0.7 gallons per foot of depth.
110.2 gallons per inch.
1.15 gallons of water.
This cylinder has a volume of 0.951 US gallon.
There is no answer to this as asked. It would depend. If you had a gallon of water in 2 cylinders, one had a diameter of 3 inches and the other had a diameter of 6 inches. The water pressure at the bottom of the 3 inch cylinder would be greater than the bottom of the 6 inch. More appropriately - it depends how tall you made the gallon of water. Water exerts 0.43 PSI per foot of depth - so, if the cylinder of water was a foot tall, the pressure would be 0.43 PSI at the bottom of the cylinder
2.6 gallons of water.
A 59.5-inch diameter cylinder holds 1,733 gallons per inch of length/height.
The volume of a cylinder with a 6 inch diameter and a height of 6 inches is 169.65 cubic inches.
The answer will depend on whether the depth is in feet or inches or some other units.
Assuming this pipe is straight, it is a cylinder. The area of a cylinder is pi*r*r*depth. The depth is 25 feet. 25 feet is 300 inches. The diameter is 1/2 inch, making the radius 1/4 inch. pi*1/4*1/4*300 pi*1/16*300 pi*18.75 58.9048623 1 gallon is 231 cubic inches, so 58.9048623 / 231 0.254999404 gallons.
A 44-inch diameter 500 cubic Imperial gallon cylindrical tank is 47.4 feet long.
The volume of a cylinder that measures 18 inches high and has a diameter of 9 inches is 1,145.11 cubic inches.
The volume of a pipe with 18-inch diameter is about 1.102 gallon for every inch of length.
To answer this question, you can calculate the volume of the cylinder in cubic inches, then use the fact that a gallon is 231 cubic inches to convert to gallons. Cylinder volume is the cylinder base area (the circle that is 12 inches in diameter) times the height. Cylinder base area: 12 inch diameter, using pi x r2 = 3.14159 x 62 = 113 in2. Cylinder volume: 113 in2 x 10 ft x 12 in/ft = 13560 in3. Conversion to gallons: 13560 in3 (divided by) 231 in3/gallon = 58.7 gallons.
9,651 cubic inches for a 32-inch diameter x 12-inch long cylinder.
about 11 cu ft
94 gallons of water.
The volume of a cylinder is πr2h. r is the radius, which is half the diameter, which is 1.5 inches, and h is the height, which is 0.5 inches. Thus, the volume of the cylinder is 3.534291735 inches cubed.