The Properties of a Torus Calculator is used to calculate the volume and surface area of a torus using the following equations:
Volume of a Torus
D is the large diameter of the torus
d is the small diameter of the torus
Surface Area of a Torus
D is the large diameter of the torus
d is the small diameter of the torus
You may also optionally specify the material the torus is constructed from to calculate the mass. The mass is calculated based on the volume of the torus and the density of the material. The density of the material is derived from its specific gravity. Specific Gravities are available for a variety of metals, plastics and woods.
This calculator allows a user to specify English (inches, feet) or Metric (centimeters, meters) as possible units of measure for the radius and height of the cone. NOTE: All lengths are assumed to be of the same unit of measurement.
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Large Diameter (D):
Small Diameter (d):

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