This calculator uses various formulas to calculate the length of a log based on its volume and diameter.

It can calculate the length using the following log rules:

- Champlain log rule
- Clements log rule
- British Columbia log rule
- Brereton log rule
- Doyle log rule
- International 1/4 log rule
- Ontario log rule
- Scribner log rule
- Spaulding log rule

Steps to calculate the length:

- Enter the volume of the log in cubic feet.
- Enter the diameter of the log in inches.
- The calculator will output the length in feet for all formulas.

Cubic Feet | Diameter (inches) | Length (ft) |
---|---|---|

10 | 10 | 2.12 ft |

20 | 10 | 4.24 ft |

30 | 10 | 6.37 ft |

40 | 10 | 8.49 ft |

50 | 10 | 10.61 ft |

60 | 10 | 12.73 ft |

70 | 10 | 14.85 ft |

80 | 10 | 16.98 ft |

90 | 10 | 19.10 ft |

100 | 10 | 21.22 ft |