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Q: How much water will a 12' pipe at 20 ft long hold?

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It depends on how much each pipe can hold. And how long each pipe is.

The capacity (volume) of that section of pipe is 188.5 cubic inches, which is about 0.816 gallon. We have no way of knowing how much water is in it.

This pipe will hold 1,468.8 gallons of water.

much water per foot will a 5 inch pipe hold

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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.

It depends on the cross sectional area of the pipe.

That all depends on how long said 3" pipe is?

The pipe will hold 9.2 gallons of water per 100 feet.

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.

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