What Is the Cross Sectional Area of a Pipe?

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The cross sectional area of a pipe is calculated as A = 0.785 di ^2 where A is the cross-sectional area of the pipe and di is the inside diameter. Other calculations include the outside surface area, the weight of the pipes filled with water and the weight of empty pipes.
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1. Divide the pipe's diameter by 2 to find its radius. If it measures, for instance, 8 inches in length, then 8 / 2 = 4 inches. 2. Square this radius - 4^2 = 16 square inches. 3.
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to divide a pipe into sections measure the outside diameter then multiply by 3.142 this will give you the circumference divide this number by how many sections you require place a
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pi*r² = pi*d²/4 If you need to take into account the outer diameter then your inner surface area will be pi*(r2-r1)² = pi/4 * (d2-d1)² where r2 and d2 are outer
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You are not going to learn anything, I SWEAR TRUST ME I did this once for like 2 days and I regretted it I DID not like feeling, like I didn't know how to do math. ASK YOUR MOM OR
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