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Is bottom of pipe and invert elevation the same?

• Not quite. The invert elevation of a pipe is measured at theflow line which is the bottom inside of the pipe.

The bottom of pipe elevation should be the bottom outside of thepipe.The difference betwen the two measurements is the thickness ofthe pipe wall.

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• Answer: Not quite. The invert elevation of a pipe is measured at theflow line which is the bottom inside of the pipe.

The bottom of pipe elevation should be the bottom outside of thepipe.The difference betwen the two measurements is the thickness ofthe pipe wall.
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