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 A barrel on its side 2008-11-13 Dave pose la question :Question from Dave: How many gallons are left in a 36x60 in. barrel (laying on its side) and has 16 in. of gasoline left. I have attached a diagram.Harley Weston lui répond. An oil field barrel 2015-08-02 Michael pose la question :I have a storage tank that is 12' diameter x 22.5' high it's capacity is 450 oil field barrels (42 gallon) Which would hold 19,036 us gallons I'm trying to find out how many inches it would take to make 1 barrel I was able to get this far by using your volume calculator, but haven't been able to come up with the rest! Thank you very much for your time, and I really appreciate this site and the tools you all have made available to everyone for free! Hope to hear back from you soon and God bless you all!!Penny Nom lui répond. Barrels of oil 2014-04-16 daryl pose la question :Looking for an accurate number to use when calculating barrels per inch in a a tank with the following dimensions: Nominal diameter - 15'-6", nominal height - 16ft, nominal capacity - 500 barrels. These are commonly referred to as 500x16 tanks. Currently we are using 2.6 barrels per inch. We need 180 barrels for a full load so I'm trying to figure out how many total inches I need to load 180 bbl. This has been a matter of debate for some time. Thanks for your help.Harley Weston lui répond. How many gallons of fuel still in the barrel? 2008-07-22 Charles pose la question :I have barrel 6 feet long and 3 feet diameter that is laying on it's side with 5 inches of fuel, how many gallons of fuel still in barrelPenny Nom lui répond. How many barrels of liquid will it hold? 2007-09-28 Jason pose la question :A tank is 8' wide by 8' tall x 45' long. How many barrels of liquid will it hold??Stephen La Rocque and Harley Weston lui répond. Relating volume to depth in a cylindrical container 2007-04-19 Dan pose la question :I have a cylindrical polyethylene rain barrel 23" in diameter and 35" high. If I've calculated correctly thus far, its volume is: 14, 547.49 cubic inches (or 8.418686 cubic feet or 0.31 cubic yards) and could, ideally, contain 62.6 gallons of rain water whose weight would be 525.32 lbs. (62.4 lbs./cubic foot X 8.418686). I'm having difficulty relating inch depth markings on the side of the barrel to volume capacity; i.e., how many inches in depth in a cylinder of the size given would = how many gallons (or quarts) of water. The barrel stands upright on its end and is, thus, 35" high when oriented in this fashion, much as a 55-gallon oil drum appears when similarly stowed. Dan WatleyStephen La Rocque lui répond. How many barrels would this container hold per inch? 2007-03-10 LaDonna pose la question :My container is 50" across and 40.5' ft. long. I believe it would hold 140 barrels. If measuring, how many barrels would this container hold per inch?Penny Nom lui répond. A perpendicular intersection of two barrel vaults 2006-07-21 Neal pose la question :I'm wanting to build a series of architectural models of different roman and medieval buildings out of cardboard. Once I have perfected the models I want to print them out on card stock so that school kids (or anyone else) can make the buildings. A feature of many of these models is the cross or groin vault (a perpendicular intersection of two barrel vaults). A single barrel vault is easy to imagine as a plane (a rectangular piece of cardboard) that will be folded into a semi-circular arch. The intersection of a second barrel vault and this one is presenting me with problems. The second plane needs to have an ellipse cut into it so that when it is folded into the arch, it will mate up with the curve of the first barrel vault. Given that the two pieces of card have identical widths (and therefore identical arcs in cross section) is there a way to calculate the ellipse that needs to be cut so that it can be cut before the second arch is folded?Edward Doolittle lui répond. Barrels of oil in a tank 2006-01-09 Francis pose la question :How many barrels of oil (42 gallons of oil in one oil tank) would there be in an oil tank that was 15 feet tall and 10 feet across?Penny Nom lui répond.

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