ADVERTISEMENT

Informative Calculators ▶ Cubic Yard Calculator

**Adblocker Detected**

We always struggled to serve you with the best online calculations, thus, there's a humble request to either disable the AD blocker or go with premium plans to use the AD-Free version for calculators.

Disable your Adblocker and refresh your web page 😊

ADVERTISEMENT

**Table of Content**

The cubic yard calculator is an online measurement to estimate precisely how much material we need to cover or fill a certain area.

We need to insert the input of length, width, and depth in one unit to estimate the required material for mulch, fill, gravel, cement, or containers. We can calculate the cubic yard volume for landscape material, you can enter the US units like the(inches or feet) or the SI unit like (centimeter or meter) to find the cubic yard. It makes a difference how to figure cubic feet? Or how to figure cubic meters?

The other important thing is the cost of the material which is essential to arranging the budget. We can enter the price or the cost of material per cubic feet, per cubic yards, per cubic meters.

When we are entering a value in the cubic yard calculator whether in the US units or in the metric units. We need to enter the value in some of the following units like inches(in), feet (ft), yards (yd), centimeter (cm), or meter. We need to have complete knowledge of the conversion of some common units to the different units. So we can understand any measurements regardless of the type of the units. It can be difficult how to figure cubic feet from any other units like the cubic meter. We should be familiar with how much is a cubic yard and what its value is in cubic feet

We presenting the various units conversion, and how to figure cubic feet

**From feet:**

Â Â Â Length (ft) Ã— Width (ft) Ã— Height (ft) = Cubic feet

**From inches:**Â

Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Length (in) Ã— Width (in) Ã— Height (in) Ã· 1728 = Cubic feet

**From yards:**Â

Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Length (yd) Ã— Width (yd) Ã— Height (yd) Ã— 27 = Cubic feet

**From cm:**Â

Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Length (cm) Ã— Width (cm) Ã— Height (cm) Ã· 28316.85 = Cubic feet

**From meters:**

Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Length (m) Ã— Width (m) Ã— Height (m) Ã— 35.314667 = Cubic feet

When we are using these above-mentioned formulas, then we are readily able to convert all the units into cubic feet.

To find the cubic yard, we use the formula to reverse the calculation from the cubic feet to cubic yard.

The formula for the cubic yard is as follows:

Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â **Cubic yard = Length (ft) x Width (ft) x Depth (ft) Ã· 27**

There should be one question in the mind of the user, why are we measuring the area in the cubic yard, and how much is a cubic yard? The reason behind most of the materials used in the construction is measured in the cubic yard. The common material measured in cubic yards are as follows:Â

This is the main reason we need to calculate cubic yards regardless of the project. We require a cubic yard calculator to figure out how much material is required for our project. Find out how much youâ€™ll require all the material according to your required length, width and depth. You need to convert and calculate cubic yards.

**Remember:**

Keep something in your mind:Â

- 3 feet are in 1 yard exactly
- 27 cubic feet are equal to 1 cubic yard
- 46,656 cubic inches are equal to 1 cubic yard

Cubic feet to Feet Conversion Table

1 cubic feet =Â Â |
1 feet |
1 feet =Â Â |
1 cubic feet |

2 cubic feet =Â Â |
1.2599 feet |
2 feet =Â Â |
8 cubic feet |

3 cubic feet =Â Â |
1.4422 feet |
3 feet =Â Â |
27 cubic feet |

4 cubic feet =Â Â |
1.5874 feet |
4 feet =Â Â |
64 cubic feet |

5 cubic feet =Â Â |
1.71 feet |
5 feet =Â Â |
125 cubic feet |

6 cubic feet =Â Â |
1.8171 feet |
6 feet =Â Â |
216 cubic feet |

7 cubic feet =Â Â |
1.9129 feet |
7 feet =Â Â |
343 cubic feet |

8 cubic feet =Â Â |
2 feet |
8 feet =Â Â |
512 cubic feet |

9 cubic feet =Â Â |
2.0801 feet |
9 feet =Â Â |
729 cubic feet |

10 cubic feet =Â Â |
2.1544 feet |
10 feet =Â Â |
1000 cubic feet |

11 cubic feet =Â Â |
2.224 feet |
11 feet =Â Â |
1331 cubic feet |

12 cubic feet =Â Â |
2.2894 feet |
12 feet =Â Â |
1728 cubic feet |

13 cubic feet =Â Â |
2.3513 feet |
13 feet =Â Â |
2197 cubic feet |

14 cubic feet =Â Â |
2.4101 feet |
14 feet =Â Â |
2744 cubic feet |

15 cubic feet =Â Â |
2.4662 feet |
15 feet =Â Â |
3375 cubic feet |

16 cubic feet =Â Â |
2.5198 feet |
16 feet =Â Â |
4096 cubic feet |

17 cubic feet =Â Â |
2.5713 feet |
17 feet =Â Â |
4913 cubic feet |

18 cubic feet =Â Â |
2.6207 feet |
18 feet =Â Â |
5832 cubic feet |

19 cubic feet =Â Â |
2.6684 feet |
19 feet =Â Â |
6859 cubic feet |

20 cubic feet =Â Â |
2.7144 feet |
20 feet =Â Â |
8000 cubic feet |

21 cubic feet =Â Â |
2.7589 feet |
21 feet =Â Â |
9261 cubic feet |

22 cubic feet =Â Â |
2.802 feet |
22 feet =Â Â |
10648 cubic feet |

23 cubic feet =Â Â |
2.8439 feet |
23 feet =Â Â |
12167 cubic feet |

24 cubic feet =Â Â |
2.8845 feet |
24 feet =Â Â |
13824 cubic feet |

25 cubic feet =Â Â |
2.924 feet |
25 feet =Â Â |
15625 cubic feet |

26 cubic feet =Â Â |
2.9625 feet |
26 feet =Â Â |
17576 cubic feet |

27 cubic feet =Â Â |
3 feet |
27 feet =Â Â |
19683 cubic feet |

28 cubic feet =Â Â |
3.0366 feet |
28 feet =Â Â |
21952 cubic feet |

29 cubic feet =Â Â |
3.0723 feet |
29 feet =Â Â |
24389 cubic feet |

30 cubic feet =Â Â |
3.1072 feet |
30 feet =Â Â |
27000 cubic feet |

We now explain different geometrical shapes and how to calculate cubic yards according to their specific area along with the depth. Keep in mind we first find the area of each geometric shape, then we calculate cubic yards according to each of the geometrical shapes.

We first find the area in feet, then find how many yards of volume:

The area of the rectangular area in (feet^2)= Length x Width

The volume (feet^3)= DepthÂ x Area

The volume in cubic (yard^3)= (volume feet^3)/27

The cubic yard of the **rectangular area **is measured efficiently by the cubic yards calculator. The most common shape of the yard is usually rectangular and square shapes.

We first find the area in feet, then find how many yards of volume:

The area of the square area in (feet^2)= 2 x Side length

The volume (feet^3)= DepthÂ x Area

The volume in cubic (yard^3)= (volume feet^3)/27

We first find the area in feet, then find how many yards of volume:

The area of the inner area (feet^2)= Length x Width

Total area (feet^2) = Length+(2 x Border width)) x(Width +(2 x Border width))

Area (feet^2) = Total area- Inner area

The volume (feet^3)= DepthÂ x Area

The volume in cubic (yard^3)= (volume feet^3)/27

The cubic yard of the rectangular** border area **can be measured by the cubic yard calculat<or.

The area of the circle area in (feet^2)= Pi x radius^2

Where Pi=3.14

The volume (feet^3)= DepthÂ x Area

The volume in cubic (yard^3)= (volume feet^3)/27

The area of the outer diameter(feet^2)= Inner diameter +(2x Border width)

Outer area (feet^2)= Pi x outer radius^2

Inner (feet^2)= Pi x inner radius^2

Where Pi=3.14

Area (feet^2) = outer area- Inner area

The volume (feet^3)= DepthÂ x Area

The volume in cubic (yard^3)= (volume feet^3)/27

The area of the outer diameter(feet^2)= Inner diameter +(2x Border width)

Outer area (feet^2)= Pi x outer radius^2

Inner (feet^2)= Pi x inner radius^2

Where Pi=3.14

Area (feet^2) = outer area- Inner area

The volume (feet^3)= DepthÂ x Area

The volume in cubic (yard^3)= (volume feet^3)/27

You have observed the yard calculator showing the same result for the circular border area and circular annulus area. Keep in mind we insert different values for calculating cubic yards for both shapes. How many yards of material are required for a **circular annulus area** can be estimated by the cubic yard calculator.

Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â

The area of the inner area (feet^2)= (Â¼)x square root[ (a+b+c) x (b+c-a) x (c+a-b) x (a+b-c) ]

The volume (feet^3)= DepthÂ x Area

The volume in cubic (yard^3)= (volume feet^3)/27

How many yards of material are required for a triangular shape can be measured by the cubic yard calculator.

The area of the inner area (feet^2)= ((a + b) / 2 )h

The volume (feet^3)= DepthÂ x Area

The volume in cubic (yard^3)= (volume feet^3)/27

The volume (feet^3)=L^3

The volume in cubic (yard^3)= (volume feet^3)/27

Calculating the cubic yards measurement of the cube by the cubic yards calculator is simple and efficient to find the material requirements.

The area of the circle area in (feet^2)= Pi x radius^2 x h

Where Pi=3.14

The volume (feet^3)= DepthÂ x Area

The volume in cubic (yard^3)= (volume feet^3)/27

Calculate the cubic yards capacity of the cylinder by the cubic yard calculator.

The area of the hollow cylinder in (feet^2)= **Â Ï€ (R2 â€“ r2)**

Where **Ï€ **=3.14

The volume (feet^3)= DepthÂ x Area=**Ï€ (R2 â€“ r2) h**

The volume in cubic (yard^3)= (volume feet^3)/27

The volume (feet^3)= V = (2/3)Ï€r3

The volume in cubic (yard^3)= (volume feet^3)/27

he volume (feet^3)= V = (1/3) (Base area x Â h)

The base area can be square or rectangular in shape.Â

The volume in cubic (yard^3)= (volume feet^3)/27

The yard calculator is a simple way to find the cubic yard of a pyramid.

The yardage calculator is an efficient way of finding the cubic yard of the most common geometrical shapes. We may need to find out how to figure cubic yards of different geometrical shapes.

**Input:**

- Select the geometric shape from the drop-down menuÂ
- Enter the required field of your desired geometrical shape
- You can also enter the unit price
- Calculate the cubic yard

**Output:**

It can be easy to find out the construction material with the help of the cubic yard calculator.

- The result is represented in cubic yard
- There can be other units also displayed

For adding 1 foot of soil to the area, take the total square area, multiply it by one, then divide by 27 to convert the square feet into square yards.

We need around 7.11 yards. This can be determined by the cubic yard calculator

When we are using the cubic yard calculator, we can estimate the required concrete and the other material required for the whole construction site. It is essential for operation management and estimation of the total cost of our project.

From the source of Wikipedia: Cubic yard, Cubic yard per second, Cubic yard per minute

From the source of Wikihow: How to determine the cubic yards, Obtain necessary measurements