# Formula for calculating volume of water exiting a pipe

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### Formula for calculating volume of water exiting a pipe

Would someone know the formula for calculating the volume of water (imp. gallons) exiting a pipe in a given time period.

I.E. Liquid = water
Pipe size = 1/2"
Pressure = 50 psi
Time period = 1 min.
Type of pipe = copper ( or maybe black pipe)

roy

### Re: Formula for calculating volume of water exiting a pipe

roy wrote:Would someone know the formula for calculating the volume of water (imp. gallons) exiting a pipe in a given time period.

I.E. Liquid = water
Pipe size = 1/2"
Pressure = 50 psi
Time period = 1 min.
Type of pipe = copper ( or maybe black pipe)

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