This is dependent on the internal diameter of the pipe.
Your answer is the volume of a circle multiplied by its length (the volume of a cylinder)
volume = (PI*RadiusSquared)*height
so a pipe 1 metre long with an internal radius of 4cm
volume = (3.142*16)*100
5027.2/1000= 5.0272 litres
It depends on how much each pipe can hold. And how long each pipe is.
It depends how long it is.
This pipe will hold 1,468.8 gallons of water.
The capacity of that section of pipe is 72.134 gallons. (rounded)
The pipe will hold 9.2 gallons of water per 100 feet.
0.255 gallons per foot of pipe. A 10 ft long pipe that size holds 2.55 gallons.
A 1.25-foot diameter by 525-foot long pipe will hold up to 4,819.5 US gallons of water.
A 4-inch pipe 100 feet long can hold up to 65.3 US gallons of water.
1,269,551.02 US gallons.
6.24 US gallons.
A three-inch diameter pipe one foot long holds 0.367 gallon.
52.2 gallons of water.
It depends on how wide the pipe is.
An 8-inch pipe must be 57.4 feet long to contain 150 gallons of water.
0.085 US gallons.
As many as you like, depending on how long the pipe can be.
This pipe can hold up to 0.5 cubic foot or 3.7 gallons of water.
A 5/8" pipe must be 61.8 feet long to contain one US gallon of water.
A three-inch pipe needs to be 13.6 feet long to contain five gallons of water.
7.343 977 US gallons
A piece of pipe is 303/4 inches long. If five pieces, each 41/3 inches long, are cut from the pipe, how many inches of pipe remain?
much water per foot will a 5 inch pipe hold
A 3-inch pipe will hold 0.4 gallon per foot.