Q: What is weight of Hume pipe NP 2 300 mm diameter?

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Pi x 300 = 942.48 ft2

Drop per foot doesn't care about length of run, it depends on pipe size. Pipe larger than 2" needs only 1/8" per foot (37.5" fall for 300'), 2" and smaller needs 1/4" per foot (75" fall for 300')

Assuming the 300 mm refers to the diameter, there are 9.

600 mm = 60 cm and 3 meters = 300 cm Volume = pi*302*300 = 848,230 cubic cm

On earth, any vertical force greater than 661.39 pounds will lift a mass of 300 kg.

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Equivalent length of a pipe is a term applied to express the pressure drop generated by valves and fitting in a pipe. In literature, you usually find ratios of equivalent length to diameter of the pipe. For example, L/D for a fully opened globe valve is 300. This means that, if you have a fully opened globe valve in a pipe and the internal diameter of the pipe is ID=0.05m, then the equivalent length for this globe valve =300*D=300*(0.05m)=15m. Equivalent length of 15 meters means that the globe valve generates the same pressure drop as as straight 15-meter long pipe.

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300 cm is about 9.8 feet.

Pi x 300 = 942.48 ft2

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