# William Klemme

Klemme calculates the volume of a log in cubic meters and is used to scale logs for export to the People's Republic of China.

Average diameters have to be calculated from both ends of the log.

Diameters measured to the nearest mm need to be rounded to the nearest whole centimetre.

for the large end 29.7 + 31.3 = 61 / 2 = 31.5 cm enter as 32 for large end diameter

for the small end 26.9 + 29.3 = 56.2 /2 = 28.1 cm enter as 28 for the small end diameter

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##### Log Rule Calculators

Brereton Log Rule - ImperialBrereton Log Rule - Metric

Cubic Metre Rule

Doyle Log Rule

Francon Measure

Hoppus Rule

International 1/8-inch Log Rule

International 1/4-inch Log Rule

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International 1/8-inch and 1/4-inch Log Rules

Japanese Agricultural Standard (JAS)

Nova Scotia Cubic Metre Log Scale

Ontario Log Rule

Scribner Log Rule

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##### Log Volume Formula Calculators

Chinese National StandardHuber's Formula

Newton's Formula

Pressler's Cubic Foot Formula

Smalian's Formula - Metric

Smalian's Formula - Imperial

Spike's Rule

William Klemme

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Estimating the Weight of a Log

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