Q: How many gallons in a 3 inch pipe?

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14.7 gallons per 40 feet of 3-inch pipe.

5.5 gallons per 15 feet of 3-inch pipe.

A 3-inch pipe will hold 0.4 gallon per foot.

100 feet of 3-inch pipe holds 36.73 gallons of water.

12.2 US gallons.

A three-inch pipe needs to be 13.6 feet long to contain five gallons of water.

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

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7.343 977 US gallons

Over 9,000.

It will hold 477.4 gallons of water per 1,300-foot section.

The volume of the pipe is V=PI*(r ^2)*h V=3.14*(7.5"^2)*1" = 176.714 in^3. There is 231 cubic inches in a gallon. 176.714 in^3/231 in^3 = 0.765 Gallons.

22.9 Imperial gallons, approx.

Take size of pipe which is 3 inches! Take pipe size times it's self 3x3=9 time length of pipe which is 10 feet=90. Then take 90 x.0408 and you get the gallons you need to fill that pipe 3.672 gallons. Easy way to figure gallons in a piece of pipe!! Hope this helps try it your self!

19, because It's magic.

if 3/4 in. is the diameter, you would need 410 2/3 feet of pipe nominal 3/4 in. type K copper pipe - 132 1/2 feet holds 3 U.S. Gallons nominal 3/4 in. type L copper pipe -119 1/3 feet holds 3 U.S. Gallons

As many as you have available at the supply end, if you keep it going long enough.

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

This pipe can hold up to 0.5 cubic foot or 3.7 gallons of water.

If 3 inches is the pipe's diameter, then the answer depends on the pipe's length. If 3 inches is the pipe's length, then the answer depends on the pipe's diameter.

The volume of one foot of 3-inch PVC pipe is: 84.82 cubic inches. In terms of liquid, this equates to about 0.3672 (US) gallons or 47 fluid ounces for that section of pipe.

A 3" x 100' pipe holds 36.7 gallons of water.

Let's calculate cubic feet first, then convert to gallons. Volume=pir2h=3.14159x0.252x3=0.59 cubic feet 0.59 cubic feetx7.48 gallons/cubic foot=4.4 gallons

how many cubic inches in a 3 inch diameter pipe 8 ft long

First figure out how many cubic inches are in your pipe. pi (5 in ) ^2 x (80 ft x 12 in / ft ) = 78.54 in^2 x 960 in= 75398.4 in^3 there are .4 us gallons in 100 cubic inches (75398.4 in^3 / 100 in^3 ) x 0.4 gal = 301.59 gallons