To calculate the capacity of a pipe you need to first calculate the area and volume. So assuming your pipe has an inside dimension (ID) of 3 inches, you would use the following equation.
πR2 = area
πR2xH = volume
Using inches as our unit
R (radius) = half the diameter = 1.5 inches
H (height or length of pipe) = one foot of pipe = 12 inches
Gives you the volume in cubic inches
1728 cubic inches per cubic foot (12x12x12)
One cubic foot = 7.48 US gallons
(1.5x1.5)x3.1416x12 = 84.82 cubic inches
84.82/1728=.049 cubic feet
.049 cubic feet x 7.48 US gallons per cubic foot = 0.36652 US gallons per foot of 3" ID pipe.
much water per foot will a 5 inch pipe hold
A 24-inch diameter cylinder holds 23.5 gallons of water per foot of length/height.
It requires 73 gallons of water to fill a 6 inch x 50 foot hose
1.47 gallons per foot
If the bottom is flat and level, then 67.32 gallons for every inch that the water is deep.
12 inch =1 foot
144 cu. in.
It holds 702 cubic feet.
1 milliliter is the answer you want though you asked the question in a confusing way, if you have a cubic foot of water a cubic inch of that water is 1 milliliter, assuming that's what you were asking
The volume of the pipe is 0.2078 gallon per foot of length.I have no idea how much water might be in it.
1/12th of an acre-foot.
2.75 Imperial gallons.
5.ooo to 65oo gallons of water
120 inch pounds = 10 foot pounds.
1 and 1/2 gallons
I have a intex 24 by 52 and it hold 12,481 gallons of water
there are 12 inches in one foot
180 inch pounds
A two inch pipe can hold 0.1632 gallons per foot. It takes slightly over 6 feet of two inch pipe to hold one gallon of water.
About 0.35 cubic feet or about 2.6 gallons.