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`W = pi * ( d /2)^2 * l * 1000 `

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The **Weight of Water in a Pipe** calculator computes the weight or mass (M) of the contents of a section of a pipe based on the interior diameter (**d**) of circular conduit or pipe, the length (**l**) of the pipe and a (**μD**)mean density of its contents. The default mean density is for water.

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

- (
**d**) Inner diameter of the pipe. - (
**l**) Length of the pipe. - (
**μD**) Mean density of contents (default pure water)

**Weight or Mass of the Contents of a Pipe (W):** The calculator returns the weight in pounds. However, this can be automatically converted to compatible units (e.g. kilograms) via the pull-down menu.

The equation for the volume of a pipe is:

- M =π⋅(d/2)
^{2}⋅l⋅mD

where:

**M**is the mass or weight of the contents of a pipe**d**is the inner diameter**l**is the length of pipe.**mD**is the mean density of the contents of the pipe.

For the mean density of other substances, you can use the mean density lookup function by CLICKING HERE. With other mean densities, the user can calculate the content weight of a pipe containing fluids such as diesel fuel, alcohol or sludge.

- 1,000 kg/m
^{3}- Pure Water - 1,022 kg/m
^{3}- Sea water - 1,037 kg/m
^{3}- Milk - 860 kg/m
^{3}- Olive Oil - 885 kg/m
^{3}- Diesel Fuel - 870 - 920 kg/m
^{3}- Crude Oil - 890 kg/m
^{3}- Fuel Oil - 789 kg/m
^{3}- Ethanol - 737 kg/m
^{3}- Gasoline (petrol) - 1,442 kg/m
^{3}- Cement Slurry

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- Triplex Pump Output: Barrels per stroke from a triplex pump.
- Quintuplex Pump Output: Barrels per stroke from a quintuplex pump.
- Barrel Production: Computes the total volume (barrels) produced over a period of time based on the production rate and duration.
- Annular Velocity: Compute the fluid flow velocity, based on the flow rate and pipe dimensions.
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- 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