Calculate Liters in a Tub
Calculator, how many liters fit in a tub or vat with a flat bottom.
A tub or vat, as used in the past, often had a straight bottom and symmetrical shape. Zinc tubs are still sold in this form today. With such a tub, a simple calculation of the volume is possible. The floor and opening then have the shape of a bisected and then pulled apart circle, geometrically this is called a stadium. The walls are slanted, resulting in a general truncated cone.
The dimensions are measured at the fill level inside the tub.
Example: A bathtub is one meter long at the top and half a meter wide. The measurements below are 80 cm long and 40 cm wide. The height is 60 cm. Completely filled, almost 218 liters fit in the tub.
Please enter the height and three other values, the remaining value and the volume will be calculated.
Here you can convert metric volume units into customary and imperial units.
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