Q: How do you calculate pipe area in to cylinder area?

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When you calculate the volume of pipe(or cylinder, as I prefer calling it), you need to know 2 things; the height of the cylinder and the radius of the circle(base of the cylinder). Then you use this formula; hpr^2 (height * pi * radius)

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you calculate the Area of the circle at the end of the Cylinder and then multiply it by the lenght to the second circle at the end of the cylinder Circle area= Radius*Radius* pi pi being 3.14159265

Look for the surface area of a cylinder as well as the circles and triangles

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Use the formula for a cylinder.

When you calculate the volume of pipe(or cylinder, as I prefer calling it), you need to know 2 things; the height of the cylinder and the radius of the circle(base of the cylinder). Then you use this formula; hpr^2 (height * pi * radius)

Calculate as you would the surface of a cylinder who's height is the length of the central line of the pipe bend.(2*π*r*h)where:r is the (external) radius of the pipeπ is the constant 3.14159... andh is the length of the cylinder or the center-line of the pipe bend

To calculate the surface area of a pipe fitting, you need to use the formula 3.14 x L x D. The L stands for the length of the pipe and the D is the diameter of the pipe.

To calculate the gas force on a cylinder, you can use the formula: Gas Force = Pressure x Area. First, determine the pressure of the gas acting on the cylinder. Then, calculate the area of the cylinder's cross-section. Finally, multiply the pressure by the area to find the gas force.

To calculate square footage of a pipe you need to use the area formula of a circle, a=1/2bh. then find the circumference of the entire pipe.

To calculate how much paint needed for pipe painting, the pipe must first be measure for area. After the area is calculated, the amount of paint needed can easily be found out by figuring out how much area each can covers.

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To calculate the volume of liquid in the pipe, we need to first calculate the cross-sectional area of the pipe using the formula for the area of a circle (Area = π * (radius)^2) with the radius being half of the diameter. Then, we can multiply the cross-sectional area by the length of the pipe to find the volume. Finally, convert the volume from cubic feet to gallons if needed.

To calculate the force that a hydraulic cylinder can exert, you would need to know the hydraulic pressure being applied to the cylinder and the effective area of the piston inside the cylinder. The formula to calculate the force is force = pressure x area.

Start with the maximum flow speed (metres per second) for your liquid, then mutiply by the area of the pipe in square metres, the result is maximum volume flow rate in cubic metres per second.