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Q: What is the weight of 65 mm dia MS pipes of 3.2 mm wall thickness in a meter of length?

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Use the formula 4.5*t(OD-t)/1000

Technically you could use any forms of a meter. But since it is of a whole city, the easiest would be kilometers.

There is no such unit of measurement as the "pipe".

Duple.

Use the formula for a cylinder.

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Weight of pipe per Meter in Kg for MS Pipes = 3.14 * (Outer diameter of pipe in Mtr. - wall thickness in Mtr. ) * Wall Thickness in Mtr. * 7850

Use the formula 4.5*t(OD-t)/1000

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the wall thickness of steel hydraulic brakes pipes most commonly fittes on cars are approximately?

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Typical weight and dimensions of PVC and CPVC pipes are indicated in the table below:PVC and CPVC Pipes - Schedule 40Nominal Pipe Size(inches)Outside Diameter(inches)Minimum Wall Thickness(inches)Nominal Inside Diameter(inches)Weight(lb/ft)PVCCPVC1/20.8400.1090.6220.160.173/41.0500.1130.8240.210.2311.3150.1331.0490.320.341 1/41.6600.1401.3800.430.461 1/21.9000.1451.6100.510.5522.3750.1542.0670.680.742 1/22.8750.2032.4691.071.1833.5000.2163.0681.411.5444.5000.2374.0262.012.2055.5630.2585.0472.7366.6250.2806.0653.533.8688.6250.3227.9815.395.811010.7500.36510.0207.558.241212.7500.40611.93810.0110.891414.0000.43813.12411.801616.0000.50015.00015.43PVC and CPVC Pipes - Schedule 80Nominal Pipe Size(inches)Outside Diameter(inches)Minimum Wall Thickness(inches)Nominal Inside Diameter(inches)Weight(lb/ft)PVCCPVC1/20.8400.1470.5460.200.223/41.0500.1540.7420.270.3011.3150.1790.9570.410.441 1/41.6600.1911.2780.520.611 1/21.9000.2001.5000.670.7422.3750.2181.9390.951.022 1/22.8750.2762.3231.451.5633.5000.3002.9001.942.0944.5000.3373.8262.753.0555.5630.3754.8133.8766.6250.4325.7615.425.8288.6250.5007.6258.058.831010.7500.5939.56412.0013.091212.7500.6871137616.5018.01414.0000.75012.50019.301616.0000.84314.31425.441 lb = 0.4536 kg1 ft (foot) = 0.3048 m1 in (inch) = 25.4 mm

No set answer to that, as steel pipes come in various diameters and wall thicknesses. If you want to be real accurate, they also come in various steel alloys, which do have some difference in density between them.

Technically you could use any forms of a meter. But since it is of a whole city, the easiest would be kilometers.

25 mm thk NP2 is grade of RCC Hume Pipe

It depends on the developed length and fixture units.

Pipe Size = 28" OD x 0.562" thk Quantity of pipes = 12,718 meters. Double Random Length = 12.2 meters Nos. = 1042 pcs. Weight of concrete coated pipes = 11,072 MT

There is no such unit of measurement as the "pipe".