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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