Utilize our complimentary online tool to calculate the volume of a trapezoidal footing. Input the following parameters: Height of Lower Shape, Breadth of Lower Shape, Height of Upper Shape, Breadth of Upper Shape, Height of Trapezoidal.

A trapezoid is a four-sided shape with two parallel sides. Footings serve as the base that supports the weight of a structure on the ground. When feet are slanted, they’re termed trapezoidal footings. All sloped sides of the system are maintained at a 45-degree angle. By entering the height and breadth of the upper and lower shapes into our trapezoidal footing volume calculator, you can accurately determine the volume of the trapezoidal footing.

## Trapezoidal Footing Volume formula

### The variables used in the formula are:

Volume of Trapezoid Footing`V`=Height of Trapezoidal`h`=Area of the Lower Shape`A1`=Area of the Upper Shape`A2`=m x n (Lower Height x Lower Breadth)`A1`=o x p (Upper Height x Upper Breadth)`A2`=

The calculator uses the formula for calculating the value of V using the given values of h, A1, and A2. The terms `(A_1 + A_2 + \sqrt{A_1 \cdot A_2})`

in the denominator represent the summation of A1, A2, and the square root of the product of A1 and A2.