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Old 07-24-2007, 10:41 PM
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From what I can figure out, a 4" pipe 96" long will hold 5.2224 gallons...Is that right?

For those who want to know why I ask, I want to make a drain system for my dishwasher.....
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Yes 5.2 is right.
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5.22 is right.
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Thanks Guys... so for 6" it is 11.748

Now I gotta go dig up the poop that came with it so I can find out much the machine dthe dishwase
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This is what I use @ work

http://www.csgnetwork.com/volumecalc.html

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Default Re: My calculations right? (cylinder volume question)

7.48 gallons per cubic foot - a good number to remember

your cylinder is 96 x 3.14 x 2 (squared) = 1205.76 cubic inches - divide by (12x12x12) to get cubic feet = .7 cubic feet

.7 X 7.48 = 5.2

Just curious why you can't just stick the outlet hose in the sink drain plumbing????

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