Question about Calculated Industries Construction Master 5 Scientific Calculator

Tank is 45 jin diameter and 12 feet in length it is laying length wise.

If I have 45 in diameter how do i calculate the amount of fluid is in the tank at anyone time?

Simple program here and it works under XP.

http://www.areotank.com/ap0090.htm

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

That would depend on the length of the tank. A very long tank won't have a large diameter, while a short tank will.

Feb 01, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

Are you sure you don't have a 2001 Bayliner Trophy? ;>)

7 gallons, but they come in sizes 17 feet to 31 feet and 125HP to 225HP.

2001 Bayliner Trophy Asking Price: $13,999 OR BEST OFFER Condition: Good. Description Location: Ridgewood, New York Seller's Notes: AWESOME BOAT!! Body Style: Power Boat Length: 21 Hull: FIBERGLASS Class: FISH/SKI BOAT Engine: 2010 Hyundai 150 # Engines: one Fuel Capacity: seven gallons Horsepower: 150 VIN: Request the VIN Seller's Comments Great boat, Lots of storage, 270 hours on motor, Well maintained, Reliable, Great for the lake, Depth/Fish/GPS System, Well equipped, Live well, Pump, Anchor, Seats four, Lots of cabin room, Equipped with toilet.

Easiest way is to run it dry with a 1 gallon portable can on board. Stay close to the marina until main tank runs out, top up with the gallon can, and then go to the marina and fill it up. Whatever it takes minus 1 gallon is the capacity. Then refill that gallon can and log how many miles you do on a full tank. I carry 2 x 6 gallon tanks, I know one tank will take my 95 kilometres (I am in Canada)

Red portable fuel marine tanks hold 6 gallons. The size is marked on it. If you have a fixed tank, they are usually 20 gallons, but to be sure use my method and a fill.

Bayliner Trophy 2002

7 gallons, but they come in sizes 17 feet to 31 feet and 125HP to 225HP.

2001 Bayliner Trophy Asking Price: $13,999 OR BEST OFFER Condition: Good. Description Location: Ridgewood, New York Seller's Notes: AWESOME BOAT!! Body Style: Power Boat Length: 21 Hull: FIBERGLASS Class: FISH/SKI BOAT Engine: 2010 Hyundai 150 # Engines: one Fuel Capacity: seven gallons Horsepower: 150 VIN: Request the VIN Seller's Comments Great boat, Lots of storage, 270 hours on motor, Well maintained, Reliable, Great for the lake, Depth/Fish/GPS System, Well equipped, Live well, Pump, Anchor, Seats four, Lots of cabin room, Equipped with toilet.

Easiest way is to run it dry with a 1 gallon portable can on board. Stay close to the marina until main tank runs out, top up with the gallon can, and then go to the marina and fill it up. Whatever it takes minus 1 gallon is the capacity. Then refill that gallon can and log how many miles you do on a full tank. I carry 2 x 6 gallon tanks, I know one tank will take my 95 kilometres (I am in Canada)

Red portable fuel marine tanks hold 6 gallons. The size is marked on it. If you have a fixed tank, they are usually 20 gallons, but to be sure use my method and a fill.

Bayliner Trophy 2002

May 14, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

138 feet divided by 3.142 equals 43.92 feet diameter

May 02, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

Figure it out this way, the formula for a round vessel is:

(The formula is for "Feet" so make the proper conversion 1st)

you also need to know that there are 7.5 gallons in a cubic foot

Pi x r2 x depth = cubic feet x 7.5 = total gallons

3.14 x (65" = 5.42' diameter, 2.71' = radius {squared} x 2.71 = 7.34 x 2.75 x 7.5 = 475.36 Gallons

(The formula is for "Feet" so make the proper conversion 1st)

you also need to know that there are 7.5 gallons in a cubic foot

Pi x r2 x depth = cubic feet x 7.5 = total gallons

3.14 x (65" = 5.42' diameter, 2.71' = radius {squared} x 2.71 = 7.34 x 2.75 x 7.5 = 475.36 Gallons

Mar 08, 2015 | Water Water Heaters

not possible to calculate with the information provided. here is a basic formula to get you close.

length x width x average depth x height in feet x 7.5 gallons / cubic ft

length x width x average depth x height in feet x 7.5 gallons / cubic ft

Aug 30, 2014 | Pool & Spa

18,600 gallons (length x width x depthx 7.51 =gallons)

Aug 23, 2014 | Pool & Spa

72 x 29 x 24 = 50,112 cubic inches / 1728* = 29 cubic feet. There are 7.48 gallons per cubic foot, so the tank is actually 216.92 gallons, assuming the dimensions given are inside measurements. I hope you have a strong stand and floor because the water alone weighs 1735.36 pounds (8 pounds per gallon).

*12 x 12 x 12 = 1728 (cubic inches to cubic feet conversion)

*12 x 12 x 12 = 1728 (cubic inches to cubic feet conversion)

Jul 17, 2014 | Aqueon All Glass Aquarium Co. 210 Gallon...

larger diameter fuel line leaves the carb from the spigot nearest the primer bulb and terminates just inside the fuel tank. The smaller diameter fuel lines is the main feed. It will have the filter on the end of it and it should lay loosely on the bottom of the fuel tank and go to the spigot on the fuel pump side of the carb.

Nov 10, 2012 | Poulan/Weed Eater No. Bvm200le 711482 24cc...

The tube in the tank is the fuel pickup line and goes directly to the carburetor. You will need to get NEW fuel lines. Fish or shake the old parts out of the fuel tank after draining. Inside the tank will be a small length of smaller diameter fuel line that connects to the small fuel filter and there will be a small nylon line connector that is plugged into the end of the larger diameter fuel line which is the fuel return line from the primer bulb back to the fuel tank. That line ends just inside the fuel tank and is held there by the small nylon line connector. The other line (smaller diameter) needs some length inside the tank so it can flop around as you move the machine enabling it to always pick up fuel. 6" or so is about right from the hole in the bottom (or top) of the tank to the fuel filter. Buy long enough lengths of fuel line that they can be inserted into the tank and pulled thru the fill cap area and then have the parts put back on them and then cut to the correct length from the fuel tank to the carburetor and/or primer bulb. Buy about 1 foot of each size line needed. Small engine repair shops have it and sell it..not expensive.

Jul 18, 2010 | Poulan/Weed Eater #Wt200 711724 24cc Gas...

Three basic methods:

1.Run power to the garage and reclocate the compressor there.

2.Use 3/4" steel or copper pipe run under ground to move the air without loosing as much pressure.

**3. Keep doing what you are doing but...add a portable air tank at the end of the line. I would suggest 11 gallon and add a large diameter 1/2" or 3/4" ID hose that is only 12 feet off of that to reduce the loss of pressure. I even ran a 100 pound propane construction size tank (after cleaning it and refitting it with large diameter pipe) Use a "cross" piple to get air into and out of the tank. Just remove whatever the portable tank has on it and create your own setup. This really works well.

1.Run power to the garage and reclocate the compressor there.

2.Use 3/4" steel or copper pipe run under ground to move the air without loosing as much pressure.

**3. Keep doing what you are doing but...add a portable air tank at the end of the line. I would suggest 11 gallon and add a large diameter 1/2" or 3/4" ID hose that is only 12 feet off of that to reduce the loss of pressure. I even ran a 100 pound propane construction size tank (after cleaning it and refitting it with large diameter pipe) Use a "cross" piple to get air into and out of the tank. Just remove whatever the portable tank has on it and create your own setup. This really works well.

Jun 29, 2009 | Air Tools & Compressors

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