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Measuring the whole picture - Volume

Great article! Now I will work on girth more

The penis is a three dimensional organ. All contours should e measured. Top bottom sides.


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hi guys
here is a link that calculates the volume of a cylinder, all you need to enter is your radius( half your width ) and your length and change the unit of measure to what you like example inches. That’s is it. simple

http://www.online-calculators.co.uk…indervolume.php


Start Nov 2007: BPEL 15.3cm , EG 11.4cm , Jan 2008: BPEL 15.7cm , May 2008: BPEL 15.9cm

Current June 2008: BPEL 15.9cm ,

Goal: BPEL 7-7.5" (17.8-19.1cm), EG 5-5.5" (12.7-14cm)

Don’t think it’s quite that simple ronin_oz. You will have to take an average of the widths, then average this value with the average of the depths (distance between top face of penis and bottom face). Using my mid-shaft width (just under 2”, using .95” as radius) I get a volume of 19.85!(7” BPEL). My girth is only 5.3” at midshaft, MUCH less just below the head, and about 5.1” at base. However when I guess an estamate at my average “radius” I get 15.9 cubic inches, using .85” as a radius. You can see that just a 0.1” difference in the radius will result in a large difference in volume (4 cubic inches!). Anyway, like I mentioned before, I am sure surface area is of more importance. It means greater friction. Two penises can have the exact same volume yet one could have a far greater surface area by have an eliptical shape. In nature, large surface areas are a god-send, as surfaces are where stuff happens, as is the case with sex; friction between the penis and vagina/vulva.

hey man-of-10

yes i understand where you are coming from. I was adding the link from a reference in the first message of this thread, how it mentioned you could use the formula of a cylinder to work it out. I just thought i would take out the maths part for everyone,LOL


Start Nov 2007: BPEL 15.3cm , EG 11.4cm , Jan 2008: BPEL 15.7cm , May 2008: BPEL 15.9cm

Current June 2008: BPEL 15.9cm ,

Goal: BPEL 7-7.5" (17.8-19.1cm), EG 5-5.5" (12.7-14cm)

You just made my day ^^
Didn’t ever realized considering gaining up 1 inch girth instead of 1 inch in lenght would be such a big diference.

I just started this thing and I’m really motivated now =)

19.542 is my cubic measure! This makes me happy :-)


Started: E .Length 7,0" E .Girth 5,0" F .Length 4,8" F .Girth 4,0"

Now: E .Length 7,3" E .Girth 5,8" F .Length 5,5" F .Girth 4,8"

Volume increase: 28,7%

Is getting the volume of my penis really as simple as just taking an average of a few girths?

http://www.aqua-calc.com/calc_vol_cone_trunc.php


Size is little more than a controllable perception without an accurate means of measurement.

Originally Posted by kingpole

The penis is a three dimensional organ. All contours should e measured. Top bottom sides.

The curve changes it a little too, think it would be harder to measure.

Well that explains why girth is harder to gain for most people then. And why it’s so sought after.

It would be nice to be bigger in both length and girth, however, keep in mind that girth seems to be the preference for most women. As long as you can penetrate a few inches, it’s the thickness they are going to feel, not the length - unless you’re long enough to bump the cervix, in which case most women tend not to like this feeling. There are of course exceptions to every rule.

Great article. Very enlightening.

Great article. Glad I read it. 18.66 cu inches baby! Going for 20. I believe once you hit 20 cubic inches, you should be seen as large by 99% of the population.

Some people like hitting bottom, Others like scraping the hell out of the sides.

Why not just submerge the penis in full container of water and measure the water displaced?

Archimedes baby!

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