Q: 8 in pipe 4 meter how much linear meter?

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There need no be any water at all! The capacity of the pipe is 8.11 litres approx.

Friction Loss in PVC fittings in Equivalent Feet of Straight PipeStraight Pipe Size (IN.)1/2"3/4"1"1 1/2"2"3"4"90 Elbow, Standard1.52.02.254.06.08.012.045 Elbow, Standard0.751.01.42.02.54.05.0Insert Coupling0.50.751.01.52.03.04.0Gate Valve.3.4.61.01.52.03.0Male/Female Adapters1.01.52.03.54.56.59.0Tee, Flow Thru Run1.01.41.72.74.36.38.3Tee, Flow Thru Branch4.05.06.08.012.016.022.0

The volume of the pipe is 0.2078 gallon per foot of length.I have no idea how much water might be in it.

0.4m or 40cm or 400mm

If you mean 4/5 of a meter then it is 80 centimeters

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square meters and linear meters are two different units and do not have a conversion. It is bascily asking how many lines can fit in a square. In addition 4 by 50 sq m equal 200 sq m

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For linear runs up to 80 feet a 1" pipe will suffice any longer and you will have to step up to 1 1/4". You will also want to consult your gas provider and make sure the meter has enough capacity, if it is too small a larger meter will be fitted. This is usually free of charge.

1 meter = 1/4 labda so 4x1=4 m 4 m

There need no be any water at all! The capacity of the pipe is 8.11 litres approx.

4 x 8 metres is a length of 32 metres.

pi x (42 - 12 - 12)/4 x 1/144 x 65 = 4.963 ft3

A linear metre is the same unit of measurement as a metre. Therefore, 0.41 metres is equal to 0.41 linear metres.

Friction Loss in PVC fittings in Equivalent Feet of Straight PipeStraight Pipe Size (IN.)1/2"3/4"1"1 1/2"2"3"4"90 Elbow, Standard1.52.02.254.06.08.012.045 Elbow, Standard0.751.01.42.02.54.05.0Insert Coupling0.50.751.01.52.03.04.0Gate Valve.3.4.61.01.52.03.0Male/Female Adapters1.01.52.03.54.56.59.0Tee, Flow Thru Run1.01.41.72.74.36.38.3Tee, Flow Thru Branch4.05.06.08.012.016.022.0

The volume of this pipe is 261.8 cubic feet.

The volume of the pipe is 0.2078 gallon per foot of length.I have no idea how much water might be in it.

Assuming the pipe is 100% full then the volume will be the cross sectional area of the pipe times length. Vol = Pi/4 * (diameter)2 * (length) = (3.14/4)*(0.1 m)2*(1 m) Volume is approximately 0.008 m3. 1 cubic meter is 1000 liters so the volume would be about 8 liters.