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Posted on Apr 07, 2011

Hello, here is a link to a cubic liter to cubic inch online converter, convert [All] engine sizes to your heart's content.

Btw the it looks like your engine is approx 366 C.I.

http://www.kylesconverter.com/volume/litres-to-cubic-inches

Btw the it looks like your engine is approx 366 C.I.

http://www.kylesconverter.com/volume/litres-to-cubic-inches

Aug 14, 2017 | Cadillac Cars & Trucks

1000mm = 1 liter

volume of tank = area of base by height

pye ( 3.1417) X radius squared X height

the volume should come out around 5,000 liters

volume of tank = area of base by height

pye ( 3.1417) X radius squared X height

the volume should come out around 5,000 liters

Jul 25, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

Hi Wayne:

For my curious mind, what is the project that you need this for?

To solve the problem, the volume of the pipe is the cross sectional area times the length.

Area = pi r squared.

= 22/7 times .75 / 2 squared

= 3.1428571 times .375 times .375

= o.4419642 square inches

The pipe is 10 feet long, times 12 equals 120 inches long.

The pipe volume is 120 times 0.4419642 equals 53.035704 cubic inches.

The next part of the question is to convert cubic inches to gallons.

I use my Texas Instruments TI-1889

53.035704 to metric, in cubed to cm cubed = 869.09608

Divide by 1,000 equals .86909608 litres

From Metric, imp gal (I'm in Canada) to L = 0.1911781

Ta Da!

Cheerfuls

For my curious mind, what is the project that you need this for?

To solve the problem, the volume of the pipe is the cross sectional area times the length.

Area = pi r squared.

= 22/7 times .75 / 2 squared

= 3.1428571 times .375 times .375

= o.4419642 square inches

The pipe is 10 feet long, times 12 equals 120 inches long.

The pipe volume is 120 times 0.4419642 equals 53.035704 cubic inches.

The next part of the question is to convert cubic inches to gallons.

I use my Texas Instruments TI-1889

53.035704 to metric, in cubed to cm cubed = 869.09608

Divide by 1,000 equals .86909608 litres

From Metric, imp gal (I'm in Canada) to L = 0.1911781

Ta Da!

Cheerfuls

Jun 03, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

A quick google search shows that one liter is 1000 cubic centimeters.

so, your total volume is 1000cm x 400cm x 400cm or 160,000,000 cubic centimeters

160,000,000 / 1000 cubic centimeters per liter = 160,000 liters

Life is better in the long run when you understand the principles that exercises try to teach you.

so, your total volume is 1000cm x 400cm x 400cm or 160,000,000 cubic centimeters

160,000,000 / 1000 cubic centimeters per liter = 160,000 liters

Life is better in the long run when you understand the principles that exercises try to teach you.

Mar 04, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

5.7 litres is about 348 cubic inches.

Apr 15, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

20 inches by 6 inches by 8 inches is 960 cubic inches or about 15.73 liters.

Feb 17, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

height X width X length in cm or inches the answer would give you either cubic inches or cubic centimeters cubic centimeters would be directly related to liters 1 cubic meter = 1,000 liters

Nov 21, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

5.7 liters is about 348 cubic inches.

Nov 20, 2013 | 2008 Toyota Tundra Limited 5.7L V8

It will hold approximately 34,017 liters of liquid. The actual volume will be less, since the thickness of the tank wall was not provided.

The formula needed to calculate the volume is as follows:

1) Radius multiplied by Pie and then Square the result

(r * 3.14... ^2 = result)

2) Then multiply by the length of the cylinder to give cubic meters

(result * length = cubic meters)

3) Convert cubic meters into liters for the result.

Hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!

The formula needed to calculate the volume is as follows:

1) Radius multiplied by Pie and then Square the result

(r * 3.14... ^2 = result)

2) Then multiply by the length of the cylinder to give cubic meters

(result * length = cubic meters)

3) Convert cubic meters into liters for the result.

Hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!

Aug 28, 2009 | Cooper Hammering

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