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How many gallons of water does a 24 ft by 4 ft swimming pool hold?
Approximately 13-14,000 gallons Volume of cylinder = 3.1415 * r * r * hRadius (r) = 1/2 * Diameter.24 ft pool has a radius of 12 ft,Volume of pool = 3.1415 * 12… * 12 * 4 = 1809.504 cubic feetEach cubic foot contains 7.48052 gallonsSo, 1809.504 cubic feet * 7.48052 gallons/cubic foot = 13,544 gallons In general, for any circular pool, the number of gallons is... (Diameter/2) * (Diameter/2) * Height * 23.5 where Diameter and height are expressed in feet
my 15 x 4 holds 4,400 gallons of water to the blue rim.
Right around 9400 gallons. 3.14 x 10 x 10 x 4 x 7.48
A 24 feet round pool that is 54 inches high holds aproximatelly 15,000 gallons.
A round 16-foot wide pool that is four feet deep holds about 6,000 gallons of water.
Answer . That would depend on to what depth you filled the pool. When you figure that one out, I am certain you can calculate the number of gallons required.\nDes Perado. … Answer . \nWe were told our 54"deep 24' round pool would hold 13,000 gallons of water. Ours was dug out to 6' in the center (approximately 1/2 the width of the pool) and took 15,736 gallons to fill. By the way, we used the garden hose which took 1 1/2 days (turned off while we slept) and cost about $70 on our water bill. Having water brought in was quoted at $200 for 7,000 gallons, which would have required 2 loads. Our municipality recommends if you fill your pools/spas with the garden hose, take a meter reading before beginning and at the end, then call them with the numbers. This way, if your water and sewer bills are combined, you don't get a humongous sewer bill. They only charge for the water usage. Good luck!
45,000 litres Could have sworn question asked GALLONS... Easiest way to close enough answer is Diameter * Diameter * average depth * 5.9, in this case: 24 * 24 * 4 * 5.9 = 13,…593 gallons. For pool chemical dosing, round it to nearest 500 gallons, in this case 13,500 gallons is close enough.
First find the volume of this pool when full: V = l * w * h = 12 * 24 * 5 = 1440 cubic feet Then use the conversion factor 1 (cubic foot) = 7.48051948 US gallons. Multip…ly 1440 * 7.481, yielding a total of approximately 10771 gallons of water.
We have no way of knowing that. It's really going to depend on how deep the water is. For example ... -- If the water averages 6-ft deep, then there are 21,544 gallons o…f water in the pool. -- If the water averages 1-inch deep, then there are 299.2 gallons of water in the pool. -- If the 480-sq-ft pool is empty, then there are zero gallons of water in it. It might help you to know that it'll be roughly 300 gallons per inch of depth, and you take it from there. Note: If the bottom is sloped, then that's a whole different problem.
A fifteen foot diameter round pool, three feet deep has a volume of 530.144 cubic feet, this converts to 3965.752 US gallons.
Answer Assuming that 4' if the average depth and the pool is rectangular. Roughly 11,500 gal.
V=pir2h=3.14159x(12)2x4.6=2081 cu ft. 2081 cu ft x 7.48 gal/cu ft = 15556 gallons
area of a circle equals pi * radius so 3.14 * 9ft * 9ft = 254.34 square ft 254.34 square ft * 4 ft deep = 1017.36 cubic ft since there are 7.48 gallons in 1 cubic ft of water,… multiply 1017.36 * 7.48 = 7609.85 gals of water in the 18 ft round by 4 ft deep pool
It depends on its dimensions
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.