|Counting pipes from the end face
The approach to the calculation of the number of nested circles of smaller radius at a known length of the describing circle of a larger radius. Created by user request
|Regular Polygon Incircle and Circumcircle Calculator
This page presents two online calculators: the Incircle of a regular polygon calculator and the circumcircle of a regular polygon calculator.
Here you can find the set of calculators related to circular segment: segment area calculator, arc length calculator, chord length calculator, height and perimeter of circular segment by radius and angle calculator.
|Ball Volume to Radius Calculator
This calculator calculates the radius of a ball from its volume.
|Pipe cold bending. Flexure depth with the main shaft.
Calculates the section flexure depth with pipe bender or bending machine to obtain given parameters.
|Regular polygon, number of sides and length of side from incircle and circumcircle radii
This online calculator finds number of sides and length of side of regular polygon given the radii of incircle and circumcircle
|Side of regular polygon from polygon area
Calculates the side length of regular polygon given the area of the regular polygon and number of sides
Calculator of right circular cone / truncated right circular cone development
|Earth Radius by Latitude (WGS 84)
This online calculator calculates Earth radius at given latitude using WGS 84 reference ellipsoid
|Distance through the Earth
This calculator calculates the distance from one point on the Earth to another point, going through the Earth, instead of going across the surface.
|Sphere Volume and Radius Calculator
This calculator is a two-in-one tool that can be used to find the volume of a sphere given its radius, or the radius of a sphere given its volume.
|Arc length calculator
This universal online calculator can find arc length of circular segment by radius and angle, by chord and height and by radius and height.
This online calculator calculates the radius of a circle from the given area of a circle.
|General to Standard Form Circle Converter
The calculator takes the equation of a circle in general form, with variables for x, y, and constants a, b, c, d and e, and converts it to the standard form equation for a circle with variables h, k, and r. It then calculates the center of the circle (h, k) and its radius r. If the equation cannot be converted to standard form, the calculator reports an error message.