Q: What is the length of human being food pipe?

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To find this you need to imagine the pipe slit straight down and rolled out. At this point what you have is 10 right triangles, with the base of the triangle being the circumference of the pipe and the height of the triangle being the height of the pipe divided by the number of wrappings. The hypotenuse then is the length of one wrapping. Multiply that number by the number of wrappings and voila, you have the length of the wire.

measure the radius of the pipe. (half the diameter - the width of the pipe) then measure the length of the pipe. then use the formula pi (3.14) x radius2 x length. the answer is the volume in the pipe

Surface area of the pipe: diameter*pi*length but make sure that the diameter and length are both in meters or inches.

It depends on the length of the pipe.

Measure the length of the pipe and the inner Dia of the pipe. 2 x pi x Radius x length is the inner surface area

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Well the length of the food pipe is about 25-30 cm.

No. The wind pipes (one leading to each lung) are called the bronchi. The food pipe, leading to the stomach, is called the esophagus.

To find this you need to imagine the pipe slit straight down and rolled out. At this point what you have is 10 right triangles, with the base of the triangle being the circumference of the pipe and the height of the triangle being the height of the pipe divided by the number of wrappings. The hypotenuse then is the length of one wrapping. Multiply that number by the number of wrappings and voila, you have the length of the wire.

The original flag raising used a length of pipe found nearby, described as being like a natural gas pipe. I have often wondered what a length of gas pipe was doing on top of Mount Suribachi. The original flag pole was a length of water pipe. Water was piped up from the bottom of the mountain to the Japanese hiding inside the mountain.

The length of pipe is required to be known to help procure the required quantity of pipe.

pipe length = 5487mm pipe size = 6inch

In trachea which is also non as common food and wind pipe

measure the radius of the pipe. (half the diameter - the width of the pipe) then measure the length of the pipe. then use the formula pi (3.14) x radius2 x length. the answer is the volume in the pipe

Surface area of the pipe: diameter*pi*length but make sure that the diameter and length are both in meters or inches.

-- 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

It depends on the length of the pipe.

Carbon Steel pipe is stronger than stainless steel pipe as there is more iron in the carbon steel. However, the application depends on the purpose the pipe is being installed. Stainless is of course capable of being sanitized and therefore can be used for food and pharmaceutical uses. Carbon Steel (black pipe) is stronger and cheaper but not sanitary.