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volume

Postby gordon » Sun Oct 09, 2011 7:28 pm

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I have a tube 25mm in diameter, if I pour 500mltr of liquid into the tube, what length of the tube would be filled :oops:
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Re: volume

Postby robertR0931 » Wed Aug 01, 2012 6:30 am

if pipe dia = 25 mm
area = pi x dia squared/4
so you would take your area x 1000mm (1metre) to get the volume
1 cubic millimetre (mm3) = 0.001 millilitre
now your pipe volume in mm cubed is volume x .001 (1 cubic ml is .001) and you have your amount of liquid

With this formula worked backwards you could get the length of tube filled I would think, but I am not sure if you have to have the length to begin with or not to figure out the amount of the tube that is filled.
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