Q: How do you calculate 55 degree of angle of pipe elbow?

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If your elbow is a short radius it is 1 times your nominal pipe diameter. If it is a long radius it is 1 1/2 times your nominal pipe diameter.show me the exact pattern of long radius

Elbow

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right angles (90 degrees)

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If your elbow is a short radius it is 1 times your nominal pipe diameter. If it is a long radius it is 1 1/2 times your nominal pipe diameter.show me the exact pattern of long radius

Elbow

Need more information, but here are some examples for pipe elbows; you need to enter the elbows' centerline radius: 10" steel pipe with a 2R or 10" radius: if it is a 90 degree ell C/L-to-END is 10"; for a 76 degree ell it is 7.81" 10" steel pipe with a 3R or 15" radius: if it is a 90 degree ell C/L-to-ENC is 15"; for a 76 degree ell it is 11.72" The way to calculate this is to draw a right triangle with the smaller angle being 38 degrees (half of the 76 degree angle). The length of the triangle's "side adjacent" to the angle will be the length of the ell's centerline radius (15" in the case of the above 3R elbow). Multiply the tangent of the angle of 38 degrees by the length of the ell's centerline radius to get the length of the ell's "centerpoint-to-end" length.

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this app help you: "Miter Flat Pattern Design" in play.google.com

right angles (90 degrees)

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(Pi*(Center of elbow - od/2)^2-(pi*(Center of elbow+od/2)^2)÷4)÷100000=0.221 Square Meter

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