# Cubic Inches of a Cylinder Calculator

Welcome to the Omni **cubic inches of a cylinder calculator,** a convenient tool that helps you calculate the volume of a cylinder in cubic inches! The tool also has an option to input your values into different units of measurement, so that you can save time on conversions. Come along, use the cubic inches of a cylinder calculator, and learn how to calculate the volume of a cylinder in cubic inches.

## How do I calculate volume of a cylinder in cubic inches?

Calculating **the volume of a cylinder** is relatively straightforward. First, make sure that all your **parameters are in the same unit** (e.g., inches) before calculating the volume. Then, utilize the following formula for cubic inches of a cylinder:

`V = π · r² · h`

,

where:

`V`

is cylinder volume;`r`

is cylinder radius; and`h`

is cylinder height.

Note that if your parameters were in a different unit than inches before computing the volume, take an extra step, and **convert your result** into cubic inches.

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## FAQ

### How do I find cubic inches of a cylinder given the diameter and height?

To find the **volume of a cylinder** in cubic inches, given the diameter and height:

- Divide cylinder diameter by two, and then square the number;
- Take the number you calculated in step 1, and multiply it by cylinder height and pi;
- If your parameters were in a different unit than inches before computing the volume, convert the result in cubic inches by multiplying it with the appropriate conversion factor; and
- That's it! You now know how to calculate the cubic inches of a cylinder, given the diameter and height.

### How do I calculate volume of a hollow cylinder?

To find **volume of a hollow cylinder in cubic inches**, you need to:

- Subtract squared internal radius from squared external radius;
- Take the number in step 1 and multiply it by pi and the height of a cylinder;
- That's it! You have calculated the volume of a hollow cylinder.