At 45 degree angle
I'm working on an airline drawing, need some quick help, please.
If you take a 24' x 24' garage, and run an airline up the wall at 45 degrees and then down again at 45 degrees.
How long would it extend out before it hit the floor and ceiling.
Now we'll assume the garage is longer and has 8 and 9 and 10 and 11 and 12 and 13 and 14 foot high ceilings.
Plus how long is the total length of the pipe in each case.
thanks in advance.
, the height of the ceiling with be the same as the horizontal run... since going up and back down, the horizontal run will be roughly twice the wall height...
~16 feet long for 8 foot ceilings
~18 feet long for 9 foot ceilings
~20 feet long for 10 foot ceilings
~24 feet long for 12foot ceilings
Actually be a little shorter, to account for the diameter of the pipe, etc...
Length of pipe (again, using the 45 degree angle requested) So I used
Length = 2 X (sqrt(wh^2 + wh^2)),
wh= wall height:
~22.6 ft for 8 foot ceilings.
~28.3 ft for 10 foot ceilings.
~34 ft for 12 foot ceilings.