The volume for a 6-foot wide, 1000-foot long pipe is 211,500 US gallons.
pi*r^2*h gives the volume of a foot long one inch pipe. Radius is 0.5 inches, height is 1 foot/12 inches. So the volume is 9.42 cubic inches. 9.42 (cubic inches) = 0.0407792208 US gallons
The volume of this pipe is 28,510,000 mm3
Volume of a cylinder = (pi) (radius)2 (length)Radius = 1/2 (diameter) = 12 inches = 1 footVolume = (pi) (1)2 (50) = 50 pi = 157.1 cubic feet = 1,175 gallons (rounded)That's the volume of the pipe. We have no way of knowing how much wateris in it. It could even be empty.
Formula: r2 x Pi x length (where r = radius and Pi = about 3.1416)Example: A 50-foot long pipe with an inside radius (1/2 the diameter) of three feet - 32 x 3.1416 x 50 = about 1,413.72 cubic feet of volume
The volume is 9.425 cubic inches.
To determine the volume, you would have to know both the length and interior radius of the pipe. 10 feet long by 4"
The volume of a pipe is calculated by multiplying Pi by the square of the radius by the length of the pipe.
Consider the volume of the pipe as the difference in the volume of two cylinders, one containing the whole pipe and the other the empty space inside. Use the formula for the volume of a cylinder : Pi*r*r*h. Find the volume of the first cylinder with the larger radius and subtract from it that of the cylinder with the smaller radius. The height (or length) is the same for both volume calculations. The result of subtracting these is the volume occupied by the pipe.
The volume of the interior of a pipe (or any circular cylinder) is the cross-sectional area multiplied by the length (volume = pi x radius x radius x length).
The volume of a 5,000-foot long pipe with a 6-inch diameter is: 981.75 cubic feet.
The volume is 90.57 mm3
Volume of a cylinder = (pi) x (radius)2 x (length)Radius of an 18-inch pipe is 9 inches.Volume of a 1-foot section = (pi) x (9)2 x (12) = 3,053.6 cubic inches = 13.219 gallons (rounded)
what is the radius? It depends on the the radius. Formula 3.14*radius squared*5=answer
150,207.75 cubic cm
V = 1.473 ft3
That's a cylinder. The volume of a cylinder is (pi) (radius)2 (length)Radius = 1/2 diameter = 3/8 inch = 0.03125 footLength = 150-ftVolume = (pi) (.03125)2 (150) = 0.4602 cubic foot = 3.442 gallons (rounded)That's the volume of the piece of pipe. We have no way of knowinghow much water may be in it. It could even be empty.
Each foot of a 4-inch diameter pipe has a water volume of: 0.652 gallons.
The volume of water in a 1 inch x 100 foot pipe is: 4.08 US gallons.
The volume of a cylinder is pi * r^2 * height. For a 10 foot pipe with a 1 foot internal diameter (1/2 foot radius), the volume is: ~ 3.1416 * (.5)^2 * 10 = 7.854 cu. ft. of water (or anything else)
A four-foot diameter pipe that is five feet long has a volume of 470 gallons.
-- Measure the radius of the pipe, in inches. -- Measure the length of the pipe in inches. -- The volume of the pipe is (pi) x (radius)2 x (length) cubic inches
Approx 904.8 cubic inches.
The weight of the pipe will depend on its volume, The volume in turn, will depend oninner radius or diameter,outer radius or diameter,length.Only one of these is given.
This is dependent on the internal diameter of the pipe. Your answer is the volume of a circle multiplied by its length (the volume of a cylinder) volume = (PI*RadiusSquared)*height so a pipe 1 metre long with an internal radius of 4cm volume = (3.142*16)*100 =5027.2 millilitres 5027.2/1000= 5.0272 litres