Q: How many gallons of water are in one foot of 48 in pipe?

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The capacity of one foot of a pipe with an inner diameter of 20 inches is approx 1.36 US gallons. The maximum amount of water is, therefore, 1.36 gallons, but there need not be any water in the pipe.

In a pipe with diameter 8 ft, there will be just over 376 US gallons per foot.

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A 12 inch diameter round pipe will hold 4.89 UK gallons or 5.88 US gallons per foot.

For a 3 foot diameter pipe, 52.9 US gallons per foot of length.

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