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The answer will depend on whether it is a 2 inch pipe or a 2 cm pipe or a 2 foot pipe or whatever.

The answer will depend on whether it is a 2 inch pipe or a 2 cm pipe or a 2 foot pipe or whatever.

The answer will depend on whether it is a 2 inch pipe or a 2 cm pipe or a 2 foot pipe or whatever.

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A 2 ft wide pipe, 1 foot long, will contain 23.5 gallons (US).A 2 ft wide pipe, 1 foot long, will contain 23.5 gallons (US).A 2 ft wide pipe, 1 foot long, will contain 23.5 gallons (US).A 2 ft wide pipe, 1 foot long, will contain 23.5 gallons (US).

A 1.25-foot diameter by 525-foot long pipe will hold up to 4,819.5 US gallons of water.

4 foot dia. pipe = 94gal/foot give or take!

0.255 gallons per foot of pipe. A 10 ft long pipe that size holds 2.55 gallons.

2.84

A four-foot diameter pipe that is five feet long has a volume of 470 gallons.

For a 3 foot diameter pipe, 52.9 US gallons per foot of length.

A 6-inch pipe holds 1.47 gallons per foot of length. A 6-foot pipe holds 211.5 gallons per foot of length.

There need not be any water in it! The capacity of such a pipe is 0.65 US gallons.

There need not be any water at all in the pipe. The capacity of the pipe is approx 3.4 Imperial gallons.

A three-inch diameter pipe one foot long holds 0.367 gallon.

STD wall pipe holds 2.5 gallons a foot.

2.61 gallons per foot. The answer depends on material type the pipe is made out of and the wall thickness of the pipe.

0.1631168The value 0.1631168 is the number of US gallons per foot of 2" pipe. The number of gallons per foot of 4" pipe is 0.652798

106.12 US gallons per foot of 51-inch-diameter pipe.

7.481 gallons

.68 gallons.

47 gallons

2.61153 gallons.

Pipe is generally cylindrical and the dimension refers to the inside diameter. One cubic foot contains 7.48 gallons. The volume of a one foot long 20" diameter pipe is: pi(1.667/2)^2 = 2.18 cubic feet. At 7.48 gallons per cubic foot the total volume is 16.3 gallons.

There are 1.6293 UK gallons per foot in two inch diameter pipe. 1.6293 UK gallons converted into US gallons is 1.95671

In a pipe with diameter 8 ft, there will be just over 376 US gallons per foot.

0.3672 gallon per foot of pipe.

An 8-inch inside diameter pipe will hold 2.61 gallons per foot of length.

31.987 gallons per foot.