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`V = "vR" * "p" `

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The **Volume from Flow Rate** calculator computes the volume of liquid (**V**) accumulated or pumped based on the flow rate (**vR**) and the period (**p**) of time.

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Choose the units and enter the following:

- (
**vR**) Flow or Pump Rate (e.g. 26 gal/min) - (
**p**) Period of Time.

**Volume of Fluid (V):** The calculator computes the volume (**V**) in gallons. However this can be automatically converted to many other volume units (e.g. liters, cubic inches) via the pull-down menu.

The volume of liquid that is flowing or being pumped over time can be computed if you know the flow rate and the period of time. The formula for the Volume from Flow Rate is:

V = vR (gallons/minute) * P (minutes)

where:

- V = Volume over time
- vR = Flow Rate
- P = Period of time

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- Triplex Pump Output: Barrels per stroke from a triplex pump.
- Quintuplex Pump Output: Barrels per stroke from a quintuplex pump.
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- Annular Velocity: Compute the fluid flow velocity, based on the flow rate and pipe dimensions.
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- Volume of a Pipe: Computes the volume of a pipe.
- Weight of Pipe Contents: Computes the weight (mass) based on density and pipe dimensions.
- Density of Oil:
- Crude at (48° API): 790.0 kg/m³
- Crude at (40° API): 825.0 kg/m³
- Crude at (35.6° API): 847.0 kg/m³
- Crude at (32.6° API): 862.0 kg/m³

- Energy in Crude Oil: 5800000.0 BTU/bbl
- Pump Efficiency