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## How do you find volume in Civil 3D?

To calculate volumes in Civil 3D 2014: After creating your ground surface and your graded surface, **click the Analyze Tab → Volumes and Material Panel** (as shown above).

## How do you calculate volume manually?

Whereas the basic formula for the area of a rectangular shape is length × width, the basic formula for volume is **length × width × height**.

## How do I calculate the volume of an object?

To find the volume of a rectangular object, measure the length, width and height. **Multiply the length times the width and multiply the result by the height**. The result is the volume.

## How do you get cut and fill volume in Civil 3d?

**Solution:**

- In command line type “COMPUTEMATERIALS”.
- Select the alignment and sample line group to sample, then click “OK”.
- Change “Quantity takeoff criteria” to “Cut and Fill” or other desired criteria.
- Map the sampled surfaces to the correct object names, then click “OK”.

## How do you calculate earthwork volume?

A common method of determining volumes from cross sections is that of average end areas. It assumes that the volume between successive cross sections is the average of their end areas multiplied by the distance between them. This is expressed in the formula: V (Ft.

## How do you calculate volume in Litres?

The first thing you need to do is multiply the length by the width by the height. That gives the number of cubic millimetres. To calculate the number of litres, **you then divide that number by a million**. As an example, let’s take a box measuring 406 x 356 x 203mm.

## What is the formula for volume in physics?

Density offers a convenient means of obtaining the mass of a body from its volume or vice versa; the mass is equal to the volume multiplied by the density (M = Vd), while the volume is **equal to the mass divided by the density (V = M/d)**.

## What are two ways to measure volume?

**The volume of a solid object can be measured in two ways:**

- For regular-shaped objects: Measure the dimensions (length, width, and height).
- For irregular objects: Submerge the object in water and measure the volume of the displaced water using a graduated cylinder.

## How do you calculate volume of water?

Multiply length (L) by width (W) to get area (A). **Multiply area by height (H) to get volume (V)**.