The capacity of a 32mm diameter pipe having a length of 32.5 meters is: 26.138 liters.
Find the volume in cubic feet and multiply by 7.48
A pipe has the shape of a cylinder; just use the formula for the volume of a cylinder. In metric units, you have the advantage that the units are consistent. For example, if the radius and height of the cylinder are measured in decimeters, the volume will be in cubic decimeters (= liters).
The volume of water in one meter of a 22mm-diameter pipe is: about 0.1 US gallons.
The volume of water in a 4-inch diameter, 1-foot section of pipe is 0.6528 gallons of water.
The volume of water in a 1 inch x 100 foot pipe is: 4.08 US gallons.
Each foot of a 4-inch diameter pipe has a water volume of: 0.652 gallons.
about 17.7 liters if the pipe is 100% full. Volume of pipe = CA*Length Vol = (pi/4)*(dia.)2*(length) = 0.7854*(0.0225m2)*(1m) = 0.0177m3 1 m3 = 1000 liters, so the answer is 17.7 liters
As many as you like - if the length of the pipe is adjusted accordingly!
Assuming the pipe is 100% full then the volume will be the cross sectional area of the pipe times length. Vol = Pi/4 * (diameter)2 * (length) = (3.14/4)*(0.1 m)2*(1 m) Volume is approximately 0.008 m3. 1 cubic meter is 1000 liters so the volume would be about 8 liters.
The volume of water in a one foot section of 1-inch diameter pipe is about 5.222 ounces.
Volume is 3.672 gallons of water.