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9! The thickness (T) of the wall of a pipe can be found using the
O.D.
formula: T = OD-ID.
O.D.-I.D.
2
Find the outside diameter if T = 1.32 mm and ID. = 14 mm.
I.D.
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9! The thickness (T) of the wall of a pipe can be found using the O.D. formula: T = OD-ID. O.D.-I.D. 2 Find the outside diameter if T = 1.32 mm and ID. = 14 mm. I.D.

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Step 1

Introduction:

Denote the thickness of the wall of the pipe as T.

Denote the outside diameter of the wall of the pipe as O.D.

Denote the outside diameter of the wall of the pipe as I.D.

The general formula to find the thickness of the wall of a pipe is,

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Step 2

Obtain the outside diameter of the wall of a pipe:

The thickness of the wall of a pipe is given as T = 1.32 mm.

The inside diameter of the wall of a pipe is given as I.D = 14 mm.

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