Q: What is the take off formula off 45 degree elbow pipe?

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90 degree angle rolled on a 45

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It is a simple 'difference' formula. Altitude at 'a' altitude at 'b' Take 'a' from 'b' = displacement.

-- Take the formula for the area of the circle in terms of the radius . . . A = (pi) R2-- Solve that formula for 'R'. You'll then have a formula for the radius in terms of the area,which is exactly what you're looking for.

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Measure to the center of the Ell and decuct for the threads ..

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Short Radius 90 degree elbows are the same as pipe size.... Long Radius 90's are pipe size times 1.5.... so a 6" (SR) elbow is 6"... a 6" (LR) elbow would be 9"

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1-13/16"= The tangent of half the degree X the radius of the elbow.

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for example : if we take a size of diameter 480mm fabricated pipe of wall thickness 3mm from this we going make a elbow by formula CMof Circle X required degree by 360 X 2 X no .of cut needed = 1520 X 90 / 360 X 2 X 3 = 64mm make a divde four lines on pipe mark of line of half of diameter = 220mm in two lines next to next parallel mark 6.4 cm by one half to another half on both lines then u make cut it u will get elbow

In the area of industrial pipe fittings: Long radius 90 deg elbow has a take off dimension of one and one half times the nominal diameter of the pipe. Ex-4 inch pipe has an actual diameter of 4.5, for the elbow the take off dimension would be 4"*1.5=6". The short radius elbow take off dimension is the same as the nominal size, 4". To add to the point, a short radius elbow can be used typically where space is a constraint. Hence fluid flow is also restricted in this case unlike in case using of Long Elbow.

The formula for "Take off" 45degrees elbow: 1.) For Metric: N.P.S. x 5/8 2.) For Imperial: N.P.S. x .625 Formula for travel of 45 degrees: Run x Cosecant 45degrees = Run x 1.4142 =

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