Step One. Calculate the surface area of the inside of the vessel. Assume that the thickness of the vessel is negligible. Diameter is 20. Circumference is pi * diameter. C = 3.14159 * 20 = 62.8318 cm Height = 14cm… Full Answer
To find the Volume: (1) find the flat area (A = Pi*R²), (2) multiply the Area by the Depth/Height (V = AD). To find how much water the vessel will hold: water = 231 cu inches per gallon, or 7.481… Full Answer
If all three layers of the vessel are affected and weakness develops along an extended area of the vessel, the weakened area will appear as a large, bulging region of blood vessel; this is called a fusiform aneurysm.