**How To Calculate Flow Rate Of Water In
A Pipe / Calculating Water Discharge In A Pipe**

In this article, we explained how to calculate the water flow rate or discharge in the
pipe as given below.

**Example Given data:**

The velocity of water in pipe = 6m/sec (V).

In this article, We explained How To Calculate the Flow Rate Of Water In A Pipe / Calculating Water Discharge In A Pipe - with the example given data

Inner diameter of pipe = 75mm = 0.075m (d).

**Discharge
or flow rate of water (Q) = Area of pipe (Sectional) (A) × velocity (V)**

The sectional area of pipe **A = Ï€r2 **

**Where,**

r= inner radius of the pipe

radius = [diameter / 2]

**Therefore,
**

r = d ÷ 2 =0.075m / 2 = 0.0375m.

A = Ï€ × (0.0375)^{2} = 3.142 × 0.00140625= 0.0044184375
sqm.

**Flow
rate or discharge of water **

Q = V × A

= 6m/sec × 0.0044184375sqm

= 0.026510625 m^{3}/sec

**Also read: ****How To Calculate Water Velocity In Pipe? / Water Velocity Calculation**

**As we know, 1cum =
1000 litre.**

**Therefore,**

**Flow
rate or discharge of water = **0.026510625 m^{3}/sec
x 1000

**Flow
rate or discharge of water = 26.510625 litre/sec**

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