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Get PriceRound Columns Formula . Area of a circle equals pie (3.14159) multiplied by the radius squared, multiplied by the height in feet, divided by 27 equals cubic yards needed. Note* Radius equals diameter divided by 2. For Example: A 2 ft. diameter light pole foundation 10 ft. tall. (3.14159 x (1'' x 1'') x 10'' ) / 27 = 1.164 cubic yards

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Get PriceThe Material Needed Calculator (Triangle) offers an easy way to determine the number of cubic yards of material required to fill a triangular prismatic space. This calculator is very helpful for gauging the amount of material necessary for certain types of construction work, which can be important when assessing project cost.

Get PriceHow to Calculate Dump Truck Volume by Anthony Smith . A common way to estimate the volume of such material is to take the volume as calculated above and add 1/2 cubic yard for crowning. References. Many small dump trucks with a single rear axle hold 5 cubic yards. Most 10wheel dump trucks are considered to hold 10 cubic yards of dirt.

Get Price6783/1728 = 3.93 cubic feet. You can use this measurement to figure out how many bags of concrete to use. If you divide 3.93 cubic feet by 27 (3.93/27) = .146 cubic yards. Dividing cubic feet by 27 (a cubic yard) will give you the concrete yardage. This would be good to know if you had a lot of sonotubes or a large cylinder to fill.

Get PriceTo convert cubic yards to cubic feet, multiply the cubic yard value by 27. For example, to find out how many cubic feet in a cubic yard and a half, multiply 1.5 * 27, that makes 40.5 cubic feet in a cubic yard and a half. 1 Cubic Yard = 27 Cubic Feet. How many cubic yards in a cubic foot? 1 Cubic foot (ft3) is equal to 0.037037037 cubic yard (yd3).

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