# How do you calculate pipe painting area?

**Calculate amount of paint required for length of 100 meters.**

**Pipe**Dia in mm (D) = 10″ X 25.4 = 254mm.- Length of
**Pipe**(L) = 100 meters = 100000 mm. **Surface area**of**pipe**for one meter (A) = Pi X D = 3.141 X 254 = 0.797814 Sq.- Total
**Surface Area**= A X L = 797.814 X 10000 0= 79781400 Sq.MM.

Simply so, how do you calculate the area of a pipe?

Plug in L and D into the following **equation to calculate** the surface **area** of the **pipe**: 3.14 x L x D. For example, if you had a **pipe** with a length of 20 feet and a diameter of 2 feet, you would get 3.14 x 20 x 2 and find that the surface **area** of the **pipe** equals 125.6 square feet.

Also Know, how do I calculate how much paint I need for structural steel? **How to Calculate Weight and Painting Area of Steel 1**

- Weight Formula: Lenght x Width x Density x 1/1000.
- Paint Area Formula: ((Thikness of Steel Plate x (2 x L +(2 x W)) + 2 x (L x W)) x 1/1000000)

Keeping this in view, what is the area of a 6 inch pipe?

Estimating Pipe Circumference and Section Area

Nominal Pipe Size (in) | Circumference (in) | Section Area (sq.in.) |
---|---|---|

4 | 12.57 | 12.57 |

5 | 15.71 | 19.64 |

6 | 18.85 | 28.27 |

8 | 25.13 | 50.27 |

What is the formula of cross sectional area?

**Cross**-**Sectional Area** of a Rectangular Solid The volume of any rectangular solid, including a cube, is the **area** of its base (length times width) multiplied by its height: V = l × w × h. Therefore, if a **cross section** is parallel to the top or bottom of the solid, the **area** of the **cross**-**section** is l × w.