Use this brass calculator to find the volume and total cost of a material based on its dimensions.

## Brass Calculator

Volume (in cubic feet):

Volume (in brass):

Total Amount:

## What is a Brass Calculator?

Brass calculator is an online calculator used to calculate the total cost of the material based on its dimensions. Brass is a unit of measurement used in the British system. In India, brass unit is still widely used in construction works and other activities.

1 brass is equal to 100 cubic feet. A brass is exactly 100 square feet (ft^{2}) of area. It is also equivalent to 100 cubic feet (ft^{3}).

## How to Use the Brass Calculator?

- Visit the brass calculator page
- Enter the length of the material (in ft) in the first input field
- Enter the breadth of the material (in ft) in the second input field
- Enter the height of the material (in ft) in the third input field
- Now, enter the per unit rate
- Click on the ‘Calculate’ button to get the volume in brass and also the totol amount

## How to Calculate the Volume in Brass?

To calculate the volume in brass, first you need to know the dimensions of the material. Determine the height, width, and breadth of the material in feet. Then, multiply them to calculate the volume in cubic feet.

Volume (in cubic feet) = Height (ft) x Width (ft) x Length (ft)

Once you get the volume in cubic feet, now you have to convert this volume from cubic feet to brass.

As we know 1 brass = 100 cubic feet. Therefore, to convert cubic feet into brass, you need to divide volume in cubic feet by 100 to get the volume in brass.

Volume (in brass) = Volume (in cubic feet)/100

This will give you the volume in brass.

## Example

**Example:** Calculate the volume (in brass) of sand truck of length 15 ft, width 7 ft and depth 3 ft.

Volume of the sand truck (in cubic ft) = Length x Width x Height = 15 x 7 x 3 = 315 cu ft

To convert it into brass, you need to use the formula: Volume (in Brass) = Volume (in Cubic ft) / 100 = 315/100 = 3.15 brass.

## References

- 1 brass = 100 cubic ft derived from 1 Cubic Metre is Equal to How Many Brass (unacademy.com)