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## What is the diameter of a pipe with a 2 inch circumference?

Pipe Sizes Info

Standard Nipples and Pipe Sizing | ||
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Pipe Size | Outside Diameter (O.D.) | Circumference |

1 1/2″ | 1.900″ | 5.969″ |

2″ | 2.375″ | 7.461″ |

2 1/2″ | 2.875″ | 9.032″ |

**What is the radius of 2 inch pipe?**

If the radius is equal to the pipes diameter then the radius is 1D….Short Radius Bends Standard Radius.

Nominal Piping Size (NPS) | Outside Diameter at Bevel D | Center-to-End 90 Deg Elbows A |
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2-1/2 | 73.0 | 63.5 |

3 | 88.9 | 76.2 |

3-1/2 | 101.6 | 88.9 |

4 | 114.3 | 101.6 |

### How would you find the circumference of a pipe?

The most used method for figuring circumference is using the formula of Pi x diameter. 6” OD round tube has a circumference of 18.85”. 6”x Pi=18.85”. When it comes to working with pipe, you need to be aware that pipe is measure nominally.

**How do you calculate circumference using diameter?**

To calculate circumference (C) from a circle’s diameter, multiply the diameter by π, or C = πd. To calculate circumference from a circle’s radius, multiply the radius by 2, and then multiply the result by π, or C = 2rπ.

#### How do you find the diameter if you have the circumference?

If you know the radius of the circle, multiply it by 2 to find the diameter. If the radius of a circle is 2.47 cm, the diameter is 2.47 cm * 2, which equals 4.94 cm. If you know the circumference of a circle you can divide it by pi (3.14) to get the diameter (circumference = pi * diameter).

**What is the formula for finding circumference?**

The circumference of a circle is calculated using the formula: 2 x π x radius, where π is a mathematical constant, equal to about 3.14159.

## How to convert circumference to diameter?

The two measurements are bound by pi, which is a-circumference-to-diameter ratio known as 3.142 in simpler calculations, in the equation circumference equals diameter * pi . You can convert a measurement of circumference to its corresponding diameter by the working the equation backward on your calculator.