Q: How do you measure internal diameter of tube?

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Internal diameter.

An internal caliper gauge.

A meter rod may not fit cross-wise inside a breaker (whatever that is).

The radius of a circle is half the diameter.

The diameter is the measurement of a line that goes right through a circle, through the centre point. In cases where we have a ring or some other such object with multiple circles, we would have an external diameter and an internal diameter. The internal diameter is the diameter of the inner circle. The external diameter is the diameter of the outer circle.

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It is not possible to answer this without more information. However to find the thickness measure the external diameter, measure the internal diameter subtract the internal from the external and that will give you the thickness of the pipe

Venier callipers are used for measuring the internal diameter of a tube, the depth of a cavity or the thickness of a plate, the diameter of a rod also. Josephine Chujor.