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How to calculate volume B?

Please note, volume C is not to be considered part of volume B, it is included just to illustrate one of the boundries of volume B (the yellow liquid is just about to flow over and into volume B).

Actually, is there a formula that will give the difference between volume B and volume A, directly (and that include the angle as a variable)?

best regards,

Jens Laland

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# Volume of cylinder with a 45 degree branch

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