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How do you find the minimum thickness of a pipe?

Determine the maximum pressure of the pipe. ... Determine the wall material's stress. ... If you already have a pipe, use the calipers to measure it. ... Put the outside diameter in inches by the pressure. The result of Step 4 should be divided by the allowable stress.

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