Q: How much water in a 2 inch by 100 foot hose?

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There need not be any water at all in the hose! The capacity of the hose is 1.67 cubic feet.

you need more info than that. you will need to provide the length of the hose and the inside diameter of the hose to calculate the amount of water it will hold

The capacity of a 25 ft hose with a diameter of 3 inches is 1.23 cubic feet. That is the maximum volume of water in the hose: there need not be any!

It holds 702 cubic feet.

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Around 943 lbs. Water weighs 8.33 lbs/gal. 5 inch hose holds 1 gal per 1 foot of hose. So 8.33x100 foot is 833 lbs. Add that to the 110 lbs that the hose weighs empty and you have 943 lbs

A 100-foot hose with an inside diameter of five inches can hold 102 US gallons of water.

There need not be any water at all in the hose! The capacity of the hose is 1.67 cubic feet.

much water per foot will a 5 inch pipe hold

16foot

you need more info than that. you will need to provide the length of the hose and the inside diameter of the hose to calculate the amount of water it will hold

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

The capacity of a 25 ft hose with a diameter of 3 inches is 1.23 cubic feet. That is the maximum volume of water in the hose: there need not be any!

As much as you want. But a larger quantity will take longer to pass through the hose.