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Hi all,

I hope this is the correct place to post this.

Below is a section of a pipe. The pipe has a radius of 0.848 m.

For this example, assume the pipe is buried below ground but a section of it remains exposed. The centre of the pipe is buried 0.590 mbelow the ground. If we assume the pipe is 1.00 m in length, what I am wanting to know is, how is the surface area of the exposed pipe calculated?

I know the surface area of the pipe would be 2 times pi times the radius times the length of the pipe.

The total surface area of the pipe would be 5.64 m2.

Thanks in advance

I hope this is the correct place to post this.

Below is a section of a pipe. The pipe has a radius of 0.848 m.

For this example, assume the pipe is buried below ground but a section of it remains exposed. The centre of the pipe is buried 0.590 mbelow the ground. If we assume the pipe is 1.00 m in length, what I am wanting to know is, how is the surface area of the exposed pipe calculated?

I know the surface area of the pipe would be 2 times pi times the radius times the length of the pipe.

The total surface area of the pipe would be 5.64 m2.

Thanks in advance