Q: What is the diameter of 4 inch pipe?

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Three-quarter inch diameter pipe refers to the outside diameter. Different pipe types of the same outside diameter usually have different inside diameters. ASTM SCH 40 pipe of 3/4 inch diameter has an inside diameter of 0.824 inches. ASTM CL 200 pipe of 3/4 inch diameter has an inside diameter of 0.930 inches because of the thinner wall.

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It depends on how long the pipe is. 4" diameter is just the 2 dimensional measurement, therefore you would not be able to determine the volume of that pipe.

A 4-inch diameter pipe that is 3,000 feet long has a volume of: 261.8 cubic feet.

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.

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Three-quarter inch diameter pipe refers to the outside diameter. Different pipe types of the same outside diameter usually have different inside diameters. ASTM SCH 40 pipe of 3/4 inch diameter has an inside diameter of 0.824 inches. ASTM CL 200 pipe of 3/4 inch diameter has an inside diameter of 0.930 inches because of the thinner wall.

Pipe size refers to the diameter of the pipe (in inch).

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The radius is half of the 4 inch diameter. Therefore, the radius is 2 inches.

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

Pipe with a Nominal Bore of 4 inch (100mm) Outside Diameter 114.3mm

It depends on how long the pipe is. 4" diameter is just the 2 dimensional measurement, therefore you would not be able to determine the volume of that pipe.

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

Three 0.50 inch diameter pipes will fit into one 1.50 inch diameter pipe (hypothetically). The 0.50 inch diameters stack on top of each other until you have 1.50 inches!

A 4-inch diameter pipe that is 3,000 feet long has a volume of: 261.8 cubic feet.

1/2 inch + 2*thickness of the pipe.

The volume is 3,848 cubic inches per linear inch of 70-inch diameter pipe. In terms of liquid volume, this pipe would contain 16.66 gallons of liquid per linear inch.