# Brereton Log Rule Calculator - Metric

Calculate the Cubic Metre Volume of a Log using the Brereton Log Rule

Two diameter measurements shall be taken under bark at each log end perpendicular to each other (at both ends) and the final recorded diameter shall be the average of the two measurements.

#### Logging Calculators

##### 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

International 1/4-inch Log Rule (Grosenbaugh)

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

Scribner Decimal C

Comparing Results from Various Board Feet Log Rules

##### 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

##### Log Weight and Volume Calculators

Calculate the Merchantable Volume and Green Weight of a LogVolume of Bark

Estimating the Weight of a Log

##### Wood and Moisture

Equilibrium Moisture Content of Wood - CelsiusEquilibrium Moisture Content of Wood - Fahrenheit

Moisture Content Measured On A Dry Basis

Moisture Content Measured On A Wet Basis

Proportional Weight of Wood and Water in One Pound