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