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Fuel/water tank volume calculator

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**Derrek**:

Sent: 4/28/2003

Here are a couple tank volume calculatosr that I found on the web and used to determine the volume of my fresh water tank, black water tank and fuel tanks. Just measure the tank dimensions and the calculator will tell you the volume:

CalculatorSoup

Shows various shapes and how to measure; cylinder, rectangle, oval, horizontal & vertical, etc.

http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/construction/tank.php

Geer Tank

Basic measurements calcuator

http://www.greertank.com/calculator.html

Regal tank

For those who like or need to calculate in litres, M3, US & UK gallons, BBL, & cubic feet.

http://www.regaltanks.co.uk/calculator/

**eXodus**:

That's the fine thing about the metric system: 10cm x 10cm x 10cm = 1 Liter

4 inches by 4 inches by 4 inches = 1.05 Liter = 1.1 quart

6 inch x 6 inch x 6 inch = 3.6L a little less then a gallon

I'm from Germany so I measure everything in meters and centimeters, calculate the Liters and then 3.78L = 1 gallon.

**TerryH**:

Thanks for updating the link, Mark.

Canada was one of the last to convert, so my daughter grew up with metric and is fine with it, but I still convert back and forth a lot.

Even "time". :laugh: :laugh:That was for Rick1985.

Like it or not, Base 10 for all mathematical calculations is easier. Even for old dudes like me.

Thanks again

Terry

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