How many gallons are in a 4 foot by 12 foot by 18 foot round swimming pool?
Multiply all the numbers to get the volume of the pool in cubic feet. Then divide by 7.5. That assumes the water is filled to a height of four feet. Some above-ground pools have 52" walls, which allow for a water height of 48", which is four feet. The dimensions stated above in the reworded question are for an oval pool, not a round one. I suspect the original question was for a round pool with an 18' diameter and a 4.5' wall. (The slash in 4 1/2 did not show up in the question.) If that is the case, then the answer is 3.14 times 81 times 4.5 divided by 7.5.
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For a round above ground pool, the calculation is: Diameter x Diameter x Depth X 5.9 = Number of Gallons Please note that the depth is the ACTUAL water depth NOT the height of the pool wall (the water is usually around 6 inchs lower than the wall height). For your example: For a 24-foot round pool w…ith a actual water depth of 3.5 ft: 24x24x3.5x5.9 = 11,894 or around 12,000 gallons. (MORE)
The basic formula to figure water volume or gallons of water for a specific size say 20 x 40 are as follows 20 x 40 = 800 x average depth(say 5') = 4000 x 7.5(gallons per cubic foot) = 30,000 In answer to your question you did not give enough information. Is it 24ft diameter? If so the formula is ra…dius squared x 3.14 x 4(average depth) x 7.5 Or 12 squared(144) x 3.14(452.16) x 4(a.d.)1808.64 x 7.5 = 13,564.8 gallons (MORE)
Answer 30536.28 gallons. By figuring your pool's depth, you can then determine how much water your pool holds. This is how you would find the average depth: shallow end depth + deep end depth divided by 2.. Rectangular pool: Lenght x Width x average depth x 7.5 total gallons. Oval pool: full width… x full length x average depths x 5.9 total gallons. Sloping sides: If your pool has sloping sides, multiply the final figure by .85.. Hope this helps.. An 18 foot round by 42``tall pool holds 7300 to 7500 gal. (MORE)
Answer . The third dimension is reqired. How deep your pool is? . For example, if the depth equals 5 ft . 18 x 36 x 5 = 3240 cubic feet and contains 24236.88 liquid gallons
8000 Gallons. -- ANSWER -- . For every foot of water in the pool there is 1,585 imperial gallons.
Well... Well, that qestion is actually impossible to answer because you didn't tell us how tall it is. However, I can tell you that for each foot you go up in the pool it will take roughly 846 Gallons of water. Multiply that by the actual height and there you go! From backyardcity: If you have a… 12 ft round with 48 inch tall walls, your pool would hold approximately 2,975 gallons. If you have a 12 ft round with 52 inch tall walls, your pool would hold approximately 3,398 gallons. These are the standard sizes so I bet your pool is one of those sizes. (MORE)
Answer . 21,151 Gallons But I Doubt You Would Fill It To The Top. So It Would Be Somewhat Less.\nIf This Is For Home Work Shame On You
Gallons in Pool . \n1 - There are 7.481 gallons per cubic foot.\n. \n2 - The volume of the pool in cubic feet is:\nPi*5*(21/2)**2 = 1,731.8\n. \n3 - Therefore the number of gallons is:\n7.481*1,731.8 = 12,955.62
Need a third dimenstion for volume . A third dimension is required, but you can figure about 900 gallons for every foot in the third dimension.
Answer . You have to take the length of the pool in feet multiplied by the width of the pool in feet multiplied by the depth of the pool in feet and multiply by 7.5 to find the approx gallon capacity
Answer gallons in 52" pool . I only know that a 18' round x 42" deep is 6,659 gallons.There is a formula , but Im not sure what it is. I have found the formula; . 4/3pie r squared the formula answer should be; I cant figure it out. . Answer . 8,284 gallons : Using an online pool gallon c…alculator.. See Web Links: For Online Calculator. This is what I have found!. Doing some research I found this page http://www.alswaterservices.com/poolestimate.htm I have an above ground round pool. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00007E9BD/ref=asc_df_B00007E9BD829198?smid=ABRUHZEF5XPWR&tag=shopzilla_rev_1256-20&linkCode=asn I am trying to figure out how many gallons it holds and came to that website. I am confused. This is a cylinder, and basic volume geometry states the volume of a cylinder is PI * rSQUARED * hieght. http://www.mathexpression.com/volume-of-a-cylinder.html and the number of gallons in a cubic foot is approx 7.48 gallons per cubic foot http://www.montecitowater.com/how_many_gallons_of_water_in_a_c.htm so the number of gallons in an 18ft diameter 4ft high pool would roughly be 2424 gallons.. they have 7,000 gallons. and I have seen even 9000 gallons on he web.. What am I missing??!! Something is wrong here and I could use some help please. (MORE)
Calculate the volume (cubic ft capacity) of the pool and multiply by the number of gallons per cubic foot. To calculate, the formula is V = (Pi x RÂ²)(H) where Pi = 3.1416, RÂ² is the radius multiplied by itself (radius is one-half of the diameter), and H is the height or depth. There are 7.481 …gallons of water in 1 cubic foot.. V = (3.1416 x 12Â²)(4). (3.1416 x 144)(4) (242.3904)(4). 1809.5616 cu ft1809.5616 x 7.481 13,537.33 gallons (MORE)
A 12-ft round pool with depth of 2 ft has a capacity of 1,692.2 gallons of water.
This pool, with 48 inches of water in it, contains about 7,646 gallons of water.
The volume of the 34 x 18 x 4 pool is 2,448 cu ft. There are 7.481 gallons of water in 1 cu ft. The pool will hold a maximum of 18,313.5 gallons.
To calculate you would need the height of the pool.. (pi)(radius 2 )(height)/231 = gallons
You don't say how deep the pool is and whether you're using US or UK gallons.. However.... One cubic foot contains approximately 7.5 US gallons, or 6.25 UK gallons, so if you multiply 10 x 3 x (pool depth) by either of the above you will get the approximate gallon count.
18 feet round X 54 inches deep comes out around 10,935gal.. Less if only 52"deep, But I do not have a calcaltor with me, so I used 54"that is 4.5 feet and easy to figure.. made an misstake 8,505gal. still need to get a calculator. But for 18'round x 4.5'deep about 8,505gal. geterdone
Here's a formula for round pools: distance across*distance across*depth*5.9 for rectangles: length*width*depth*7.5 or for a deep end: length*width*((shallow end depth + deep end depth)/2)*7.5 so in your case, 13*13*3*5.9=3000 gallons
845 gallons. I come up with aprox 2500 gal. Pi x r(sq) x depth x 7.48
A 12-foot round pool filled with 3 feet of water contains 2,549 gallons water. If you fill it to 4 feet deep it changes to about 3,400 gallons.
This pool makes a cylinder. The formula for the volume of a cylinder is: pi X radius 2 X height. The radius is one half of the diameter so, in this case, radius = 9 feet (18/2). The height is the depth of the pool, in this case, 4 feet. So, the volume of this cylinder is: 3.14 (pi) X 9 2 X 4 = …1017.36 cubic feet They want the answer in gallons. One cubic foot is equal to 7.48 US gallons. So, the volume in US gallons is: 1017.36 X 7.48 = 7,609.53 US gallons (MORE)
pie times 12 squared time 5 divided by 0.133680556 cubic feet per gallon. Answer is 53,283 Gallons
If you filled it all the way to the top it would be holding about 15,594 gallons of water. If you filled it to three feet deep, it decreases to around 10,200 gallons.
Impossible to answer without knowing how deep the pool is. When you know the depth (in feet), plug it into this equation: 18 x 18 x (depth) x 5.9 = # of gallons in the pool.
The volume of a cylinder is pi(about 3.14)*radius^2*height. If the diameter is 12 feet, then the radius is 6 feet. Thus, pi*6 feet^2*4 feet = 452.3893 cubic feet Since there are 7.4805 gallons in a cubic foot, multiply 452.3893 by 7.4805 to get your answer. 452.3893*7.4805= 3384 gallons …(approximately) (MORE)
\nThere are 13,536 gallons in a 24 foot diameter pool that has 4 feet of water. Not true for a pool that is 4 feet in height. This would hold less than 4 feet of water.
A 12-foot round pool filled to a depth of three feet contains about 2,548 gallons of water.
WolframAlpha, a new search engine gives a UK gallon of water at 0.1337 cu.ft so your pool should take 6,462 gallon to fill, give or take a cupful. Check it out!
The volume would be pi*r^2*d = 3.14*7.5^2*4 or about 707 cubic feet. This converts to 5289 gallons. This assumes the water is actually four feet deep which means the pool is a bit higher.
This question illustrates why the standard units of measure are silly. This problem would be much easier if you had metric measures. It would be so much easier that I am tempted to convert to metric units, solve the problem, then convert back. However, I assume that you wanted to see the calculat…ions done in the units you gave so here is my answer. Assumptions: by 12 foot round, I assume you mean that the diameter is 12 feet. Volume = area of base * height Volume = Pi * radius * radius * height Volume = 3.14 * 6 * 6 * 3 ft 3 Volume = 339 ft 3 Now you need to know how many cubic feet are in a gallon. I don't know this and probably nobody else in the state of AK knows this, but you can look it up. 1 gallon = 0.1337 ft3 Number of gallons = Number of cubic feet / number of cubic feet per gallon Number of gallons = 2,536 gallons. (MORE)
A round swimming pool 12 feet across by 4 feet deep will hold 452 ft 3 which converts to 3,381 gallons
A pool with those measurements contains 960 cubic feet of water (20 x 12 x 4) 1 cubic foot = 6.2288355 Imperial gallons, so 960 = 5,979.682 Imperial gallons. or 1 cubic foot = 7.4805195 American gallons, so 960 = 7,181.2987 American gallons.
You need to know the depth of the pool in order to be able to answer this question. Unless it is a round pool and you are referring to 15 as the diameter and 4 as the depth then your pool is about 5,300 gallons
First calculate total volume in cubic inches. 15 feet x 12 inches per foot = 180 inches (diameter) and 5 feet x 12 inches per foot = 60 inches (depth). find the volume of a cylinder = pi x radius 2 x depth = 3.14 x 90 x 90 x 60 = 1,526,040 cubic inches. Covert cubic inches to gallons by dividing… by 231 cubic inches per gallon. 1526040 / 231 = 6606.23 gallon in your swimming pool (MORE)
All depends on how deep the water is. You can wet the bottom with less than 1 gallon, but it'll take more than 1 gallon to fill it 10 ft deep. If the circumference of the pool (the distance across it through the center) is 5 ft, then every inch of depth takes about 12.24 gallons.
How many gallons will fit into a 24 foot diameter x 4 foot high round swimming pool
Cannot be answered with only these measurements. You need to specify what shape the pool is. Also, for a rectangular pool, the length, width and depth are needed. For a round pool, the diameter and depth are needed.
30 feet X 15 feet X 4 feet would be (30 X 15 X 4) = 1,800 cubic feet of water. 1 cubic foot of water = 7.48051948 US gallons so 1,800 X 7.48051948 = 13,464.935064 gallons .
Approximately 15,500 Gallons. This estimate is based on a 24 round by 54" wall height giving a full 4 ft water depth. It is in my backyard right now and has been there for 4 yrs. Hope this helps.
Cannot be answered with only these measurements. For a rectangular pool, the length, width and depth are needed. For a round pool, the diameter and depth are needed.
I am on my sixth beer so I don't know if you talking about a 16 foot perimeter or a 16 food diameter... if its a 16 foot diameter then 22773.83 gallons... That's to the very top. if its a 16 foot perimeter which would be totally illogical but oh well, it would be 2306.69 gallons... that means t…he diameter would of your pool would only be 5.1ish feet. (MORE)
There is NO way to calculate this without knowing how deep the pool is filled!
A 28-foot round pool filled with 4 feet of water would contain about 18,500 gallons.
15228.5 US gallons 12680.4 Imperial gallons when it is filled to 4 and a half feet.
It depends on how deep it is. Multiply distance from center to edge in feet by itself then multiply that number by 3.14 then multiply that by how many feet deep it is and finally multiply that number by 7.48 and that number is your gallons.
32 foot circumference (C) * 1 foot deep = (C 2 / (4 * pi)) * 1 = 81.487 cubic feet 609.57 gallons (US) 507.57 gallons (imp)
If that is 4 feet tall and 18 inches in diameter, it would be 16.83 gallons.
28 is the diameter of the pool and 4 is the height (depth). 1 cubic foot is approx. 7.48 gallons. A round swimming pool is a cylinder. So: pi x (28/2) 2 x 4 = 2463 cubic feet, multiply by 7.48 = 18423.24 gallons
If 16 ft = diameter, and 4 ft = height V = pi x r 2 x h = 803.84 cubic feet; 1 cubic foot = 7.5 gallons, so multiply by 7.5 = 6028.8 gallons