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Total Surface Area of a Cone
Total Surface Area=pi*Radius*(Radius+sqrt(Radius^2+Height^2)) GO
Lateral Surface Area of a Cone
Lateral Surface Area=pi*Radius*sqrt(Radius^2+Height^2) GO
Surface Area of a Capsule
Surface Area=2*pi*Radius*(2*Radius+Side) GO
Volume of a Capsule
Volume=pi*(Radius)^2*((4/3)*Radius+Side) GO
Volume of a Circular Cone
Volume=(1/3)*pi*(Radius)^2*Height GO
Base Surface Area of a Cone
Base Surface Area=pi*Radius^2 GO
Top Surface Area of a Cylinder
Top Surface Area=pi*Radius^2 GO
Volume of a Circular Cylinder
Volume=pi*(Radius)^2*Height GO
Area of a Circle when radius is given
Area of Circle=pi*Radius^2 GO
Volume of a Hemisphere
Volume=(2/3)*pi*(Radius)^3 GO
Volume of a Sphere
Volume=(4/3)*pi*(Radius)^3 GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Circle Diameter when Maximum Permissible Eccentricity for Spiral Columns is Given
Diameter =(Maximum permissible eccentricity-0.14*Overall depth of column)/(0.43*Area ratio of cross sectional area to gross area*Force ratio of strengths of reinforcements) GO
Diameter of Roller or Rocker for milled surface when Allowable Stress is Given for d > 635 mm
Diameter =(6.67*Allowable Bearing Stresses on Pins/(yield strength of steel-13))^2 GO
Diameter of Roller or Rocker for milled surface when Allowable Stress is Given for d < 635 mm
Diameter =33.33*Allowable Bearing Stresses on Pins/(yield strength of steel-13) GO
Circle Diameter when Axial Load for Spiral Columns is Given
Diameter =moment/(0.12*Total area*Yield strength of reinforcing steel) GO
Diameter bisecting chords of slope m to the parabola y2 = 4ax
Diameter =(2*x coordinate of focus of parabola)/Slope of Line GO
Diameter of a Rod Circular Fin when area of cross-section is Given
Diameter =sqrt((Cross sectional area*4)/pi) GO
Diameter of a circle when circumference is given
Diameter =Circumference of Circle/pi GO
Diameter of a circle when area is given
Diameter =2*sqrt(Area of Circle/pi) GO
Diameter of a Nugget
Diameter =6*(Thickness)^1/2 GO
Diameter of a circular cylinder of maximum convex surface area in a given circular cone
Diameter =Radius of cone GO
Diameter of a circle when radius is given
Diameter =2*Radius GO

Diameter of Sphere Formula

Diameter =2*Radius
d=2*r
More formulas
Volume of a Cube GO
Surface Area of a Cube GO
Surface Area of a Rectangular Prism GO
Surface Area of a Sphere GO
Volume of a Rectangular Prism GO
Diagonal of a Cube GO
Volume of Regular Dodecahedron GO
Volume of Regular Icosahedron GO
Volume of Regular Octahedron GO
Volume of Regular Tetrahedron GO
Surface Area of Dodecahedron GO
Surface Area of Icosahedron GO
Surface Area of Regular Octahedron GO
Surface Area of Regular Tetrahedron GO
Volume of a general prism GO
Volume of a triangular prism GO
Surface Area of Cuboid GO
Surface Area of Prisms GO
Surface Area of triangular prism GO
The maximum face diagonal length for cubes with a side length S GO
Volume of Sphere circumscribing a cylinder GO
Lateral Surface Area of Cuboid GO
Lateral surface area of cube GO
Volume of Cone GO
Side of Largest Cube that can be inscribed within a right circular cylinder of height h GO
Total Surface Area of Largest Cube that can be inscribed within a right circular cylinder when height of cylinder is given GO
Lateral Surface Area of Largest Cube that can be inscribed within a right circular cylinder when height of cylinder is given GO
Volume of Largest cube that can be inscribed within a right circular cylinder when height of cylinder is given GO
Dihedral Angle of Platonic Solids GO
Radius of circumscribed sphere in regular tetrahedron GO
Radius of circumscribed sphere around platonic solids GO
Radius of circumscribed sphere in a cube GO
Radius of circumscribed sphere in a regular octahedron GO
Radius of circumscribed sphere in a regular dodecahedron GO
Radius of circumscribed sphere in a regular icosahedron GO
Radius of inscribed sphere inside platonic solids GO
Radius of inscribed sphere inside the regular octahedron GO
Radius of inscribed sphere inside regular tetrahedron GO
Radius of inscribed sphere inside the regular dodecahedron GO
Radius of inscribed sphere inside the regular icosahedron GO
Surface Area of Platonic Solids GO
Volume of Platonic Solids GO
Volume of Hexagonal Prism GO
Volume of Pentagonal Prism GO
Surface Area of Hexagonal Prism GO
Surface Area of Pentagonal Prism GO
Base Area of Pentagonal Prism GO
Base Area of Triangular Prism GO
Base Area of Rectangular Prism GO
Base Area of Hexagonal Prism GO
Volume of a triangular prism when side lengths are given GO
Volume of a triangular prism when two side lengths and an angle are given GO
Volume of a triangular prism when two angles and a side between them are given GO
total surface area of pentagonal pyramid GO
volume of pentagonal pyramid GO
Volume of Hollow Cylinder GO
Curved Surface Area of Right circular cone GO
Total Surface Area of Right circular cone GO
Volume of Right circular cone GO
Slant Height of Right circular cone GO
Slant height of Frustum of right circular cone GO
Curved Surface area of Frustum of right circular cone GO
Total Surface Area of Frustum of right circular cone GO
Radius of Sphere GO
Diagonal of Rectangular prism GO
Edge of Tetrahedron GO
Face area of Tetrahedron GO
Height of a Tetrahedron GO
Edge of Regular Octahedron GO
Volume of cube given TSA GO
Inner surface area of the hollow cylinder GO
Outer surface of the hollows cylinder GO
Length of cube GO
Breadth of cube GO
Height of the cube GO
Height of a hollow cylinder GO
Inner radius of a hallow cylinder GO
Outer radius of hollow cylinder GO
Height of right circular cylinder GO
Surface area of torus GO
Volume of torus GO
Major radius of torus given surface area and minor radius GO
Side of cube given TSA GO
LSA of cube given TSA GO
Diagonal of cube given LSA GO
Side of cube given LSA GO
TSA of cube given LSA GO
Side of cube given diagonal GO
TSA of cube given diagonal GO
LSA of cube given diagonal GO
Volume of cube given diagonal GO
Edge length tetrahedron of truncated tetrahedron GO
Surface area of truncated tetrahedron GO
edge length of truncated tetrahedron given edge length of tetrahedron GO
Edge length of truncated tetrahedron given surface area GO
Volume of truncated tetrahedron GO
Edge length of truncated tetrahedron given volume GO
Circumsphere radius of truncated tetrahedron GO
Midsphere radius of truncated tetrahedron GO
Surface to volume ratio of truncated tetrahedron GO
Surface area of cuboctahedron GO
Edge length of cuboctahedron given surface area GO
Volume of cuboctahedron GO
Edge length of cuboctahedron given volume GO
Circumsphere radius of cuboctahedron GO
Midsphere radius of cuboctahedron GO
Surface to volume of cuboctahedron GO
Edge length octahedron of truncated octahedron GO
Surface area of truncated octahedron GO
edge length of truncated octahedron given surface area GO
Volume of truncated octahedron GO
Edge length of truncated octahedron given volume GO
Circumsphere radius of truncated octahedron GO
Midsphere radius of truncated octahedron GO
Surface to volume ratio of truncated octahedron GO
Space diagonal of cuboid GO
First edge of cuboid given space diagonal GO
Third edge of cuboid given space diagonal GO
Volume of cuboid GO
Volume of half cuboid GO
First edge of cuboid given volume GO
Second edge of cuboid given volume GO
Third edge of cuboid given volume GO

what is a sphere?

A sphere is perfectly symmetrical around its center. It has the smallest surface area of any shape, given a fixed volume. The Earth is approximately spherical in shape.

How to Calculate Diameter of Sphere?

Diameter of Sphere calculator uses Diameter =2*Radius to calculate the Diameter , The Diameter of Sphere formula is defined as any line segment connecting two points of a sphere and passing through its centre. Diameter and is denoted by d symbol.

How to calculate Diameter of Sphere using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Diameter of Sphere, enter Radius (r) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Diameter of Sphere calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.36 = 2*0.18.

FAQ

What is Diameter of Sphere?
The Diameter of Sphere formula is defined as any line segment connecting two points of a sphere and passing through its centre and is represented as d=2*r or Diameter =2*Radius. Radius is a radial line from the focus to any point of a curve.
How to calculate Diameter of Sphere?
The Diameter of Sphere formula is defined as any line segment connecting two points of a sphere and passing through its centre is calculated using Diameter =2*Radius. To calculate Diameter of Sphere, you need Radius (r). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Radius and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Diameter ?
In this formula, Diameter uses Radius. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Diameter =Circumference of Circle/pi
  • Diameter =2*sqrt(Area of Circle/pi)
  • Diameter =2*Radius
  • Diameter =Radius of cone
  • Diameter =6*(Thickness)^1/2
  • Diameter =sqrt((Cross sectional area*4)/pi)
  • Diameter =(Maximum permissible eccentricity-0.14*Overall depth of column)/(0.43*Area ratio of cross sectional area to gross area*Force ratio of strengths of reinforcements)
  • Diameter =moment/(0.12*Total area*Yield strength of reinforcing steel)
  • Diameter =(2*x coordinate of focus of parabola)/Slope of Line
  • Diameter =33.33*Allowable Bearing Stresses on Pins/(yield strength of steel-13)
  • Diameter =(6.67*Allowable Bearing Stresses on Pins/(yield strength of steel-13))^2
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