# Ice to Water Volume Calculator

Don’t wast your time in manual calculation of Ice to Water Volume but save your time by using this Ice to water volume calculator. It can help you to quickly determine the volume of water produced when ice melts. For calculation only enter Ice Volume (mL) into the calculator and it show you water volume in the output field.

### What is Ice to Water Volume?

Ice to water volume is the amount of water you get when ice melts. Ice has a greater volume than water due to its structure. When ice melts, it converts to water, and its volume decreases. Understanding this volume change is important in many scientific and practical situations.

### How to Use the Calculator

**Basic Calculator**

- Enter the ice volume (IV) in cubic inches (in³).
- Leave the water volume (WV) field empty if you want to calculate it.
- Press “Calculate” to find the water volume.

**Input Example:**

- Ice Volume (in³): 100

**Advanced Calculator**

- Enter the ice temperature (°C).
- Enter the final water temperature (°C).
- Enter the ice volume (IV) in cubic inches (in³).
- Press “Calculate” to find the water volume.

**Input Example:**

- Ice Temperature (°C): -10
- Final Water Temperature (°C): 20
- Ice Volume (in³): 100

## How To Calculate Ice to Water Volume

The formula to calculate the water volume (WV) from the ice volume (IV) is:

**Formula:**

**Variables:**

WV | WV is the Water Volume (in³) |

IV | is the Ice Volume (in³) |

### Example Calculation

**1. Basic Calculation**

For example: Let’s calculate the water volume from 100 in³ of ice.

Ice Volume (in³) | 100 |
---|---|

Water Volume (in³) | 92 |

Using the formula:

$\text{WV} = 100 \times 0.92 = 92 \text{ in³}$

**2. Advanced Calculation**

For example: Let’s say we have ice at -10°C that will melt into water at 20°C, starting with an ice volume of 100 in³.

Ice Temperature (°C) | -10 |
---|---|

Final Water Temperature (°C) | 20 |

Ice Volume (in³) | 100 |

Water Volume (in³) | 92.8 |

Using the formula and including the temperature adjustment:

$\text{Final Volume} = \text{IV} \times 0.92 \times \frac{20 – (-10)}{20} = 100 \times 0.92 \times \frac{30}{20} = 92.8 \text{ in³$

### FAQs

**1. What units should I use for the inputs?**

Use cubic inches (in³) for volume.

**2. Can I calculate the ice volume if I know the water volume?**

Yes, enter the water volume and leave the ice volume field empty.

**3. Is the calculator accurate for all temperatures?**

The basic calculator is accurate for standard melting conditions. The advanced calculator adjusts for initial and final temperatures.

### Final words

I hope you liked this tool and found it useful tool for calculating the volume of water produced from melting ice. Please do not forget to share your experience in the comment section below.