Tip! - the calculator above can be used to approximate the outside diameter of a bundle of pipes by inserting the small pipe diameter and do an iterative changing of the outside pipe diameter until the number of pipes calculated fits the number of pipes in the bundle.
|Small Pipe Diameter
|Large Pipe Diameter
|No. of Pipes
Iteration 6 indicates that the outside diameter of the bundle of pipes is approximately 9.65 inches.
In the boxes below
An array with the maximum number of smaller circles within the larger circles will be created.
The default input values above are from ANSI Schedule 40 Steel Pipes .
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