1. Divide the pipe's diameter by 2 to find its radius. If it measures, for instance, 8 inches in length, divide 8 by 2 to get 4 inches. 2. Square this radius. In the example, 4^2
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to divide a pipe into sections measure the outside diameter then multiply by 3.142 this will give you the circumfrence divide this number by how many sections you require place a
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The OD of a 4" NPS pipe is 4.5" so its overall crosssectional area is 15.9 sq.in. The interior crosssectional area depends on its schedule (wall thickness) For typical
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