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how to compute for Lts of storage tank

how to compute for Lts of storage tank

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Help me how to easily compute for Lts of storage tank

RE: how to compute for Lts of storage tank

It might help to give some clue of what this Lts is and where it's used.

RE: how to compute for Lts of storage tank

Pi r^2 x h. measure in m then x 1000 to get litres

Nominal first 5% and last 5% not usable so 90 % of first answer is usable volume

Of course if Lts means something else then please let us know

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RE: how to compute for Lts of storage tank

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Thank you so much for the answers yes all of you correct response..

RE: how to compute for Lts of storage tank

The normal abbreviation for liter or liters is "L" not "Lts".

RE: how to compute for Lts of storage tank

This is supposed to be a forum for engineers. I find it curious that an engineer does not know or can't find the formula for the volume of a cylinder. Are we just lazy?

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