Enter the inner radius, outer radius, and length of the pipe into the calculator to determine the titanium pipe weight.

## Titanium Pipe Weight Formula

The following equation is used to calculate the Titanium Pipe Weight.

TPW = pi*(r2-r1)^2*L*d

• Where TPW is the titanium pipe weight (lbs)
• r2 is the outside radius (in)
• r1 is the inside radius (in)
• L is the length (in)
• d is the density of titanium = .162 lbs/in^3

## What is the weight a titanium pipe ?

Definition:

A titanium pipe weight will depend on the wall thickness and the length of the pipe. The density of the titanium should be roughly .1625 pounds per cubic inch.

## How to Calculate Titanium Pipe Weight?

Example Problem:

The following example outlines the steps and information needed to calculate weight of a titanium pipe.

First, determine the outside radius. In this example, the outside radius is 10 inches.

Next, determine the inside radius. This is calculated to be 5 inches.

Next, determine the length. The length of this pipe is measured to be 48 inches.

Finally, calculate the titanium pipe weight using the formula above:

TPW = pi*(r2-r1)^2*L*d

TPW = 3.14159*(10-5)^2*48*.162573

TPW = 612.885 lbs