**This tool calculates the total weight of steel pipes with the total cost.**

#### Standard Data used in this Calculator

- Density of steel = 7850 Kg/m
^{3} - 1 meter = 3.28084 feet

## Length of steel pipe must be in Feet

**Enter Details of steel Pipe**

mm## Numerical Example,

**Q) Calculate the weight of steel pipe having outer diameter 100 mm, inner diameter 80 mm and length 10 feet.**

Solution:-

Given, Length of pipe (L) = 10 foot = 3.048 meter

Outer Diameter of Pipe (OD) = 100 mm = 0.1 meter

Inner Diameter of Pipe (ID) = 80 mm = 0.08 meter

We have, Density of steel = 7850 kg/m^{3}

Now,

Weight of steel pipe = {3.14 ( OD^{2} â€“ ID^{2} )}/4 x L x Density of Steel

or, Weight of steel pipe = {3.14 ( 0.1^{2} â€“ 0.08^{2} )}/4 x 3.048 x 7850

or, Weight of steel pipe = {3.14 ( 0.1^{2} â€“ 0.08^{2} )}/4 x 3.048 x 7850

**or, Weight of steel pipe = 67.61 Kg**

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