Calculate volumes with ease using our Volume Calculator. Quickly find the volume of any shape or object with our simple and intuitive tool. Save time and effort on complex calculations. Try it now!
Sphere Volume Calculator
Cone Volume Calculator
Cube Volume Calculator
Cylinder Volume Calculator
Capsule Volume Calculator
Square Pyramid Volume Calculator
Rectangular Tank Volume Calculator
Conical Frustum Volume Calculator
A volume calculator figures out how much space is inside a three-dimensional object, like a box or a container. It's like a virtual measuring tool that tells you how much stuff can fit into that space. To use it, you typically need to know the shape of the object, like whether it's a cube, a cylinder, or something else.
Then, you enter the measurements of that shape, like its length, width, and height. The volume calculator then does the math for you and gives you the answer, usually in units like cubic inches, cubic feet, or litres. This is handy when you're trying to pack things, ship items, or want to know how much space you have available. It's a helpful tool for making sure you use your storage space effectively.
A sphere is a perfectly round 3D shape, like a ball. To find the volume of a sphere manually, you can use a simple formula. The formula is given below.
Volume = (4/3) × π × r³
"Volume" is the amount of space inside the sphere. "π" (pi) is a unique number, roughly 3.14159. You can usually use 3.14 as an approximation. "r" is the radius of the sphere, which is the distance from the centre to the edge.
Enter the value of the radius in the respective field.
From the dropdown menu select the unit type of the radius entered e.g. miles, yards, meters, centimeters, millimeters, etc.
Click on the "Calculate" button and get the result of calculations.
A cone is a 3D geometric shape that has a circular base and a single vertex (apex) that is connected to the centre of the base by a curved surface. Cones are typical of everyday objects like ice cream cones, party hats, and traffic cones.
Volume (V) = (1/3) x π x r^2 x h
Where V denotes the volume of the cone, π is a mathematical constant equal to 3.14, and "r" is the radius of the circular base of the cone. It is the distance from the centre of the base to the edge, and h is the height of the cone, which is the distance from the apex (top point) to the base.
Enter the base radius of the calculator.
Select the unit of base radius e.g. miles, yards, feet, etc.
Enter the cone's height to cacluate the volume.
Select the unit of height e.g. miles, yards, feet, etc.
Click the "Calculate" button to get the result of calculations.
A cube is a 3D shape that has six equal square faces, all of which are at right angles to each other. In a cube, all edges are of equal length, and all angles between adjacent faces are right angles. It's a regular polyhedron and a specific type of rectangular prism. To calculate the volume of a cube, the following formula can be used.
Volume (V) = Side Length (a) ³
Where V is the volume of the cube and "a" is the length of one side of the cube.
Enter the edge length "a" of the cube.
Select the unit of edge length e.g. miles, yards, feet, etc.
Click the "Calculate" button and get the result of the calculations.
A cylinder is also a 3D geometric shape with two parallel circular bases of the same size and shape. These bases are connected by a curved surface that is perpendicular to the bases. Cylinders come in various sizes and proportions.
Volume (V) = πr²h
Where V is the volume of the cylinder, "r" is the radius of the circular base of the cylinder. It's the distance from the centre of the base to the edge, and "h" is the height of the cylinder, which is the perpendicular distance between the two circular bases.
Enter the value of the base radius of the cylinder.
From the dropdown menu select the unit type of the radius entered e.g. miles, yards, meters, centimeters, millimeters, etc.
Enter the value of the height of cylinder.
From the dropdown menu select the unit type of the radius entered e.g. miles, yards, meters, centimeters, millimeters, etc.
After entering the values, click the "Calculate" button and see the result of calculations.
In geometry, a capsule is a three-dimensional geometric shape that consists of two parallel circles (the ends) connected by a curved surface (the side). It is similar to a cylinder, but the ends of a capsule can have different radii.
Enter the base radius of the capsule.
From the dropdown menu select the unit type of the radius entered e.g. miles, yards, meters, centimeters, millimeters, etc.
Enter the height of the capsule.
From the dropdown menu select the unit type of the height entered e.g. miles, yards, meters, centimeters, millimeters, etc.
Click the "Calculate" button to get the result of the calculations.
A square pyramid is a three-dimensional geometric shape with a square base and triangular faces that converge at a single point called the apex or vertex. The base of the pyramid is a square, and each triangular face is an equilateral triangle. The height of the pyramid is the perpendicular distance from the base to the apex.
Enter the value of the base edge.
From the dropdown menu select the unit type of the base edge e.g. miles, yards, meters, centimeters, millimeters, etc.
Enter the value of the height.
From the dropdown menu select the unit type of the height e.g. miles, yards, meters, centimeters, millimeters, etc.
Click the "Calculate" button to get the result of the calculations.
A rectangular tank is a three-dimensional container with a rectangular or square base and straight, vertical sides. It is used to store liquids, gases, or other substances. The volume of a rectangular tank can be calculated using the formula.
Volume = Length x Width x Height
Where length is the measurement of the tank from one end to the other, typically the longest side, width is the measurement of the tank from side to side, perpendicular to the length, and height is the measurement of the tank from the base to the top.
Enter the value of the length of ractangular tank.
From the dropdown menu select the unit type of the length e.g. miles, yards, meters, centimeters, millimeters, etc.
Enter the value of the width of rectangular tank.
From the dropdown menu select the unit type of the width e.g. miles, yards, meters, centimeters, millimeters, etc.
Enter the height of the rectangular tank.
From the dropdown menu select the unit type of the height e.g. miles, yards, meters, centimeters, millimeters, etc.
After entering the values, click the "Calculate" button to perform calculations and see the result.
A conical frustum, often referred to as a frustum, is a three-dimensional geometric shape that is created when you cut a cone with a plane parallel to its base. It has two parallel circular bases and a curved surface connecting them. The height of the frustum is the perpendicular distance between the two bases.
Enter the value of the top radius.
From the dropdown menu select the unit type of the top radius e.g. miles, yards, meters, centimeters, millimeters, etc.
Enter the Value of the bottom radius.
From the dropdown menu select the unit type of the bottom radius unit e.g. miles, yards, meters, centimeters, millimeters, etc.
Enter the value of the height.
From the dropdown menu select the unit type of the height e.g. miles, yards, meters, centimeters, millimeters, etc.
Click the "Calculate" button to perform calculations and see the result of calculations on top of the page.