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## Surface to volume ratio of Double Calotte Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
surface_to_volume_ratio = (2*pi*Radius of Sphere*Double Calotte Height)/((Double Calotte Height^2)*(pi/6)*((3*Radius of Sphere)-(Double Calotte Height/2)))
RAV = (2*pi*Rs*hDouble_Calotte)/((hDouble_Calotte^2)*(pi/6)*((3*Rs)-(hDouble_Calotte/2)))
This formula uses 1 Constants, 2 Variables
Constants Used
pi - Archimedes' constant Value Taken As 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288
Variables Used
Radius of Sphere - Radius of Sphere is a line segment extending from the center of a sphere to the circumference or bounding surface. (Measured in Meter)
Double Calotte Height - Double Calotte Height is the measurement of double calotte from head to foot or from base to top and it is less than radius of double calotte. (Measured in Meter)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Radius of Sphere: 12 Meter --> 12 Meter No Conversion Required
Double Calotte Height: 7 Meter --> 7 Meter No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
RAV = (2*pi*Rs*hDouble_Calotte)/((hDouble_Calotte^2)*(pi/6)*((3*Rs)-(hDouble_Calotte/2))) --> (2*pi*12*7)/((7^2)*(pi/6)*((3*12)-(7/2)))
Evaluating ... ...
RAV = 0.632967032967033
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
0.632967032967033 Hundred --> No Conversion Required
0.632967032967033 Hundred <-- Surface to Volume Ratio
(Calculation completed in 00.016 seconds)

## < 4 Surface area and Surface to volume ratio of Double Calotte Calculators

Surface to volume ratio of Double Calotte given width and height
surface_to_volume_ratio = (2*pi*((1/Double Calotte Height)*(((Double Calotte Width^2)/4)+((Double Calotte Height^2)/4)))*Double Calotte Height)/((Double Calotte Height^2)*(pi/6)*((3*((1/Double Calotte Height)*(((Double Calotte Width^2)/4)+((Double Calotte Height^2)/4))))-(Double Calotte Height/2))) Go
Surface to volume ratio of Double Calotte
surface_to_volume_ratio = (2*pi*Radius of Sphere*Double Calotte Height)/((Double Calotte Height^2)*(pi/6)*((3*Radius of Sphere)-(Double Calotte Height/2))) Go
Surface area of Double Calotte given width and height
surface_area_polyhedron = 2*pi*((1/Double Calotte Height)*(((Double Calotte Width^2)/4)+((Double Calotte Height^2)/4)))*Double Calotte Height Go
Surface area of Double Calotte
surface_area_polyhedron = 2*pi*Radius of Sphere*Double Calotte Height Go

### Surface to volume ratio of Double Calotte Formula

surface_to_volume_ratio = (2*pi*Radius of Sphere*Double Calotte Height)/((Double Calotte Height^2)*(pi/6)*((3*Radius of Sphere)-(Double Calotte Height/2)))
RAV = (2*pi*Rs*hDouble_Calotte)/((hDouble_Calotte^2)*(pi/6)*((3*Rs)-(hDouble_Calotte/2)))

## What is Double Calotte?

A double calotte is a spherical cap, with a height smaller than the radius of the sphere, with another spherical cap of the same size attached at their flat sides. Its slice plane is pointed oval.

## How to Calculate Surface to volume ratio of Double Calotte?

Surface to volume ratio of Double Calotte calculator uses surface_to_volume_ratio = (2*pi*Radius of Sphere*Double Calotte Height)/((Double Calotte Height^2)*(pi/6)*((3*Radius of Sphere)-(Double Calotte Height/2))) to calculate the Surface to Volume Ratio, The Surface to volume ratio of Double Calotte formula is defined as ratio of surface area of Double Calotte to its volume. Surface to Volume Ratio is denoted by RAV symbol.

How to calculate Surface to volume ratio of Double Calotte using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Surface to volume ratio of Double Calotte, enter Radius of Sphere (Rs) & Double Calotte Height (hDouble_Calotte) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Surface to volume ratio of Double Calotte calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.632967 = (2*pi*12*7)/((7^2)*(pi/6)*((3*12)-(7/2))).

### FAQ

What is Surface to volume ratio of Double Calotte?
The Surface to volume ratio of Double Calotte formula is defined as ratio of surface area of Double Calotte to its volume and is represented as RAV = (2*pi*Rs*hDouble_Calotte)/((hDouble_Calotte^2)*(pi/6)*((3*Rs)-(hDouble_Calotte/2))) or surface_to_volume_ratio = (2*pi*Radius of Sphere*Double Calotte Height)/((Double Calotte Height^2)*(pi/6)*((3*Radius of Sphere)-(Double Calotte Height/2))). Radius of Sphere is a line segment extending from the center of a sphere to the circumference or bounding surface & Double Calotte Height is the measurement of double calotte from head to foot or from base to top and it is less than radius of double calotte.
How to calculate Surface to volume ratio of Double Calotte?
The Surface to volume ratio of Double Calotte formula is defined as ratio of surface area of Double Calotte to its volume is calculated using surface_to_volume_ratio = (2*pi*Radius of Sphere*Double Calotte Height)/((Double Calotte Height^2)*(pi/6)*((3*Radius of Sphere)-(Double Calotte Height/2))). To calculate Surface to volume ratio of Double Calotte, you need Radius of Sphere (Rs) & Double Calotte Height (hDouble_Calotte). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Radius of Sphere & Double Calotte Height 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 Surface to Volume Ratio?
In this formula, Surface to Volume Ratio uses Radius of Sphere & Double Calotte Height. We can use 4 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• surface_area_polyhedron = 2*pi*Radius of Sphere*Double Calotte Height
• surface_to_volume_ratio = (2*pi*Radius of Sphere*Double Calotte Height)/((Double Calotte Height^2)*(pi/6)*((3*Radius of Sphere)-(Double Calotte Height/2)))
• surface_area_polyhedron = 2*pi*((1/Double Calotte Height)*(((Double Calotte Width^2)/4)+((Double Calotte Height^2)/4)))*Double Calotte Height
• surface_to_volume_ratio = (2*pi*((1/Double Calotte Height)*(((Double Calotte Width^2)/4)+((Double Calotte Height^2)/4)))*Double Calotte Height)/((Double Calotte Height^2)*(pi/6)*((3*((1/Double Calotte Height)*(((Double Calotte Width^2)/4)+((Double Calotte Height^2)/4))))-(Double Calotte Height/2))) Let Others Know