Pipe Volume Calculator
pipe volume calculator - step by step calculation, formulas & solved example problem to find the volume of a pipe for the given input values of inner radius & length or height in different measurement units between inches (in), feet (ft), meters (m), centimeters (cm) & millimeters (mm). The various conversion methods are used in this calculator to measure the volume or capacity of pipe in different measurement units. In geometry, pipe is cylinderical tube which carries or stores water or gas in it. The pipe volume formula, solved example & step by step calculations may useful for users to understand how the input values are being used in such calculations.
Pipe & its Volume Formula
The below mathematical formulas are used in this pipe volume calculator to find the volume of a pipe
Solved Example Problem
The below solved example problem may be useful to understand how the values are being used in the mathematical formulas to find the volume or capacity of a cylinderical pipe. Example Problem : Find the volume of a cylinderical pipe having the outer radius, inner radius & height of 9 cm & 7 cm & 25 cm respectively? Solution : To calculate the volume of a pipe, the dimensions of inner radius & height are enough inner radius r = 7 cm height h = 25 cm Step by step calculation formula to find volume = π r2 x Height substitute the values = π x 72 x h = 3850 cubic cm The volume of a cylinderical pipe may required to be calculated in SI or metric or US customary unit systems, therefore this pipe volume calculator is featured with major measurement units conversion function to find the output values in different customary units such as inches (in), feet (ft), meters (m), centimeters (cm) & millimeters (mm) by using this below conversion table.
|10 mm = 1 cm100 mm = 3.93 in1000 mm = 3.28 ft1000 mm = 1 m||1 cm = 10 mm10 cm = 3.93 in100 cm = 3.28 ft100 cm = 1 m||1 ft = 3048 mm1 ft = 304.8 cm1 ft = 12 in10 ft = 3.048 m||1 in = 25.4 mm1 in = 2.54 cm100 in = 8.33 ft100 in = 2.54 m|
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