# Mathematical Calculation of Volume

• Status: Closed
• Prize: \$50
• Winner: NikolaTx

## Contest Brief

I would like to receive an Excel file or a Mathcad file that I can use to calculate the volume of liquid in an inclined cylinder with 2:1 semi ellipsoidal or tori spherical heads by inputting the liquid height.
I can do this in CAD easily but need a program to input - output easily for different variables.

Inputs would be:

Angle (between 1 to 5 degree)
Length (Tan to Tan)
Inner Diameter
Liquid height (from the top Tan line at the rear head)

Output would be:
Total volume of liquid
Total volume

I will verify your sheet to a CAD model and need the results to be accurate to at least 0.5% of CAD results and then pay.
(This shouldn't be hard to do if your math is good)

take the following example:
ID:2000 mm
L :10000mm

All calculation to be done in background and the input and output would be easy to use.
I would like this to be done in 1-2 weeks max.

Winner

## Public Clarification Board

• ###### Jakison007
• 4 years ago

Check the result and verify. I will provide you Further more accurate Result( I f you choose me and i am in the process...).

• 4 years ago
• ###### HydroExpert
• 4 years ago

Can you please give the curvature equation of the end semi-elliptical part? or it is only standard geometry? give details about the geometry. Thanks.

• 4 years ago
• ###### rupeshg67
• 4 years ago

torisperical head required is with dish or without dish ?

• 4 years ago
• ###### wilhelmrousseau
• 4 years ago

Is it possible that you can post the values for a couple of cases to verify results before submission please.

• 4 years ago
• ###### NikolaTx
• 4 years ago

can you post a dwg example too see the angles and other stuff...

• 4 years ago
1. ###### NikolaTx
• 4 years ago

Thanks!

• 4 years ago
2. ###### NikolaTx
• 4 years ago

I can do this in autocad vba if you are interested in that option?

• 4 years ago
• ###### krishna5737
• 4 years ago

I can make this in autocad or in excel

• 4 years ago
• ###### rstefanov
• 4 years ago

I can make it in excel with multiple dimencions (mm^3; m^3 etc.) I just cant get the "Angle (between 1 to 5 degree)" soo if you can provide me a scheme or drawind of some sort I will be done in 1-2 days

• 4 years ago
1. Contest Holder
• 4 years ago

Have attached a pdf file

• 4 years ago
• ###### VolKa
• 4 years ago

Hi. I am sure can do this in EXCEL within 2 days. Regards

• 4 years ago
1. Contest Holder
• 4 years ago

please have a look at the file i attached..

• 4 years ago
• ###### saficreator1
• 4 years ago

Hi Sam,
I had a xls to find Horizontal Vessel volume. If you provide your mail id, I can share that excel image with sample data. Once you confirm that data's in the image are correct, I will share the original file with you for price of 40\$.

• 4 years ago
1. Contest Holder
• 4 years ago

Plz. have a look at the file i have attached.

• 4 years ago
2. Contest Holder
• 4 years ago

If your file is doing what i want. great !
inbox me an image plz.

• 4 years ago
• ###### indrans
• 4 years ago

pls send me the sketch or autocad file of the tank with all details, i assure you to solve within excel sheet

• 4 years ago
1. Contest Holder
• 4 years ago

have a look at the file i have attached.
Thx,

• 4 years ago
• ###### expertatwork
• 4 years ago

• 4 years ago
1. Contest Holder
• 4 years ago

I have provided all the information.
What is your price ? time ? program ?

• 4 years ago
• ###### sambestsolutions
• 4 years ago

are you OK with a matlab M file for this

• 4 years ago
1. Contest Holder
• 4 years ago

NO,
sorry, has to be either excel or PTC Mathcad.

• 4 years ago

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