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

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

A 4-inch pipe 100 feet long can hold up to 65.3 US gallons of water.

Assuming the inside diameter of the pipe is 4 inches, the volume of the pipe is 48 pi cubic inches, or about 150.8. This is about 2470 mL of water or 83.52 fluid ounces.

43.6 feet of 3/4-inch pipe.

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1 1/4 copper pipe has a wall thickness between .040 of an inch and . 382 of an inch inside diameter .1.295 of an inch to .896 volume=pye*(diameter/2) squared*length

The volume of the pipe is (pi) x (radius)2 x (length)= (pi) x (2)2 x (120)= 1,507.964 cubic inches = 6.528 gallons (rounded). I have no way of knowing how much water may be in it.

The volume of this pipe is 261.8 cubic feet.

By calculating the areas of circles with diameters 6 and 4 and comparing those: pi3^2=pi9 pi2^2=pi4 pi9/pi4=9/4=2.25 So the 6 inch pipe holds 2.25 times as much as the 4 inch pipe.

The volume of a cylinder (pipe) is: pi*(r^2)h If a pipe has an 8 inch radius, then to find the volume you substitute: V = pi*(8^2)h If a pipe has a 4 inch radius, then to find the volume you substitue: V = pi*(4^2)h Thus, an eight inch pipe can carry 150.72*h more units cubed.

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

There need no be any water at all! The capacity of the pipe is 8.11 litres approx.

111 gallons of water.

It is based on the flow area, which is proportional to the square of the diameter. 2 squared = 4. 4 squared = 16. So, the 4 inch pipe can take 16/4 = 4 times the volume of the 2 inch pipe. It might be less confusing if you had picked sizes other than 2 and 4. This is a rough calculation, since pipe inside diameters are not the same as nominal sizes, but close enough for most purposes.

6.5 US gallons of water.

About 78.3 gallons.

At least 4 normal households.

A 4 inch drill pipe torque is used for fishing in small casing.

Every time! lol Seriously a 10-inch pipe is 5/4 of an 8-inch pipe

A 4-inch PVC pipe will hold 0.7 gallon per foot.

Probably the wrong size flange. Is the flange a toilet collar? If so the pipe is probably 4 inch.

To find the number of gallons in a foot of pipe of any diameter: Multiply the square of the diameter of the pipe in inches by .0408. In this case 4^2 = 16 16*.0408=.6528 gallons per foot of pipe

52.3 cubic feet.

The capacity of that section of pipe is 72.134 gallons. (rounded)