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I couldn't possible tell you! You haven't given enough measurements, but I will tell you the formula to figure out the volume of a cylinder. The volume of a cylinder is simply the area of the circular base times the cylinder's height. Volume of a cylinder = Pi x r^2 x h, or 3.14 x r-squared x h= v, where Pi = 3.14 r = radius of the base circle, and (in your case, the radius would be 12) h = height of the cylinder

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The volume of a cylinder (the interior volume of the pipe) is calculated by determining the area of the cross-section and multiplying times the length. Cross-section area = pi (r2) = pi (12) square feet = approximately 3.14 square feet Volume of the pipe section = 8 x 3.14 = about 25.1 cubic feet

The external surface area of a pipe is a rectangle with dimensions of the circumference of the pipe multiplied by the length. 48*pi*500 24000*pi square feet about 7550208 square feet

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Approx. 25 (8 X PI)

A 24-inch diameter pipe that is 8 feet long has a volume of: 25.1 cubic feet.

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It is: 0.5*pi*7 = 11 square feet rounded

A 4-inch diameter pipe that is 3,000 feet long has a volume of: 261.8 cubic feet.

A 6-inch diameter pipe that is 16 feet long has a volume of: 3.14 cubic feet

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

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