Spike's Calculators

Estimate the volume of an excavated pile of material in cubic yards.

If you look at the second image, the footprint, length A is not the overall length.

If you subtract that from the total length and add both ends, you end up with a cone that has a diameter that is equal to length B.

V = 1/3 * π * R² * H V = the volume in cubic feet π = 3.14159265 R = length B divided by 2 H = HeightThe volume of the center prism:

0.5 * A * B * H V = the volume in cubic feet A = length A B = length B H = heightThe two results are added together for a cubic foot value and converted to cubic yards by dividing the cubic feet by 27.

Enter the height of the pile and the base length of the pile in feet.

- Enter the length A in feet
- Enter the length B in feet
- Enter the height of the pile in feet

- The volume of the pile in cubic feet
- The volume of the pile in cubic yards

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