Q: How much does a 3 inch diameter by one foot copper pipe weigh?

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Depends how long it is

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

Cooper weighs 542 lbs. per square foot. So, 542 divided by 1,728 (the number of inches per square foot). One cubic inch of copper weighs 0.31 lbs., or about 5 ounces.

How many cubic yards in an 12 foot diameter circle with a 4 inch thickness?

its 10000kg

Not very much, but it will depend on the diameter of the conduit- and you did not tell us how big. It comes it different sizes.

There can be no "per foot" measure for a spherical container. A 6 inch diameter ball will hold 0.49 US gallons.

Each foot of a 4-inch diameter pipe has a water volume of: 0.652 gallons.

About 158.6 gallons per inch for an 18-foot diameter round pool.

The volume of a 5,000-foot long pipe with a 6-inch diameter is: 981.75 cubic feet.

should weigh 220lbs

.25 per inch per foot

The volume of water in a one foot section of 1-inch diameter pipe is about 5.222 ounces.

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

Hi.. a 5 foot diameter table would have a 15 foot 8 and a half inch circumference.. or in metric it would be 4.788 meters. Paul.

it does not go by your age it goes by your height. 135lbs is the ideal weight for a 5 foot 2 inch to 5 foot 8 inch person.

5.3 cubic inches per foot.

she should weigh nine stone

It would weigh about 14.3 pounds .

The recommended diameter is 22mm or 3 quarters of an inch.

A boy that is 4 foot 9 inch should weigh between 30 to 40 kilograms. This is the ideal weight but it varies in most cases.

31.987 gallons per foot.

2.6112 gallons per foot

The volume of water in a 4-inch diameter, 1-foot section of pipe is 0.6528 gallons of water.

A 24-inch diameter cylinder holds 23.5 gallons of water per foot of length/height.