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How much concrete fills a circular 500mm diamiter steel 6.3m long

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Volume is Area x Length
Area = Pi*D^2/4
Pi=3.141592
D= 500mm = 0.5 m
D^2 = 0.25m^2
Area= 3.14*.25/4 = 0.196349 m^2
Volume = 0.196349 * 6.3 = 1.237 m^3

1.237 cubic meters

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