Q: What is the volume of 1.5 inch diameter pipe per foot?

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A 100-foot pipe with a 6-inch diameter has a volume of: 19.63 cubic feet.

A pipe with an inside diameter of 2 inches has 37.7 cubic inches (rounded) of interior volume per foot. That means about 6feet 1.5inches per gallon.

Assuming that 0.75 inch refers to the diameter, the volume is pi*(0.75/2)2*12 = 5.3 cubic inches, approx.

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Pipe is generally cylindrical and the dimension refers to the inside diameter. One cubic foot contains 7.48 gallons. The volume of a one foot long 20" diameter pipe is: pi(1.667/2)^2 = 2.18 cubic feet. At 7.48 gallons per cubic foot the total volume is 16.3 gallons.

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The volume of water in a 4-inch diameter, 1-foot section of pipe is 0.6528 gallons of water.

A 14-inch diameter by 20 foot long pipe has a volume of: 21.38 cubic feet.

A 100-foot pipe with a 6-inch diameter has a volume of: 19.63 cubic feet.

The volume is 53,014.4 cubic inches or 229.5 US gallons.

The volume is 3,848 cubic inches per linear inch of 70-inch diameter pipe. In terms of liquid volume, this pipe would contain 16.66 gallons of liquid per linear inch.

The volume of a 1-inch diameter pipe with a length of 1 foot is approximately 0.0137 gallons. This calculation is based on the formula for the volume of a cylindrical pipe (πr^2h) where r is the radius of the pipe (0.5 inches) and h is the length of the pipe in feet.

To calculate the volume of water in a pipe, first convert the diameter to feet (28 inches = 2.33 feet). Then use the formula for the volume of a cylinder (V = πr^2h) where r = radius (half the diameter) and h = height. For a 2.33-foot diameter pipe and 1 foot height, the volume is roughly 17.19 gallons of water per foot.

The volume of a 5,000-foot long pipe with a 6-inch diameter is: 981.75 cubic feet.

A 100-foot pipe with an inside diameter of 12 inches has a maximum volume of about 78.54 gallons of water.

A pipe with an inside diameter of 2 inches has 37.7 cubic inches (rounded) of interior volume per foot. That means about 6feet 1.5inches per gallon.

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A 1,850-foot long pipe with a 16-inch inside diameter has a volume of 2,580 cubic feet. In terms of liquid volume, this section of pipe can hold up to about 19,300 US gallons.