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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 radius 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
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The formula for figuring out the amount of gallons is on the back of pool chemical containers. I am not sure what the formula is for an oval. Check here: http:/…/www.poolspa.com/calculator/ If the pool floor slopes uniformly from end to end, the average depth can be found by adding the deepest and shallowest depth measurements and dividing the results by two. If the pool's dimensions are in feet, the volume will be in cubic feet. One cubic foot of water equals 7.5 gallons. Example: The water volume of a pool 60 ft. long, 30 ft. wide and that slopes in depth from 3 ft. to 10 ft. is as follows: 30 x 60 x ((10 + 3)/2) = 11,700 cubic ft. of water 11,700 x 7.5 = 87,750 gallons
Answer The area equation for a circle is pi times the radius squared. And then multiply that result by the depth to get cubic feet. Let's say you are… talking about a pool 24' in diameter and 3' deep. So, half of 24 is 12, which is the radius length. And 12 squared (12 X 12) is 144. That result times 3.14, which is pi, equals 452 square feet of surface area. That 452 square feet area times the three feet of depth results in about 1,356 cubic feet of water. Since one cubic foot of water is about 7.48 gallons, then the 1,356 cf of pool space times 7.48 gallons equals 10,143 gallons of water to fill it. Wow! WELCOME TO OUR _OOL! Notice there is no "P" in it. Please keep it that way.
Here is the formula for calculating gallons of water to fill a swimming pool Calculate Your Pool's Water Volume Overview: In order to figure out proper doses of chemicals …for your pool, you need to determine how many gallons of water it holds. To do that, you need to know four different numbers: the length, width, average depth, and a multiplier that determines gallons. Here is the formula: Length * Width * Average Depth * Multiplier = Gallons Determine the Multiplier: Rectangle, square, or free-form pool:multiplier = 7.5. Round or Oval pool: multiplier = 5.9 Determine the Average Depth: To determine the average depth in a pool where the bottom slopes, measure the shallow end, the deep end depth. Add them together and divide by two (2). Example: Shallow End = 2'. Deep End = 10' 2' + 10' = 12'; 12'/2 = 6' Average Depth
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.
Gallons in a 21 x 4 round pool Pi x r squared x depth x 7.481 (gallons per cubic foot) 3.14 x 10.5 x 10.5 x 4 x 7.481 = 10,359 gallons
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
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Answer (1) 180 US / 149 UK gallons per each foot of depth for a rectangular pool. 141 US / 117 UK gallons per each foot of depth for an oval pool. ---- Answer …(2) A UK gallon is 0.160543 cubit feet, and a US gallon is 0.13368 cu ft. Therefore:- A circular pool 8 ft in diameter (radius 4ft) has a surface area of pi x r2 = 3.1459 x 16 = 50.26 sq ft. The cubic capacity, to the brim, is 50.26 x 3 ft = 150.8 cu ft., which, divided by the cu. ft of a gallon, equals 939 UK gallons, or 1,128 US gallons. A square pool, with 8ft sides (64 sq ft) and 3 ft deep has a cubic capacity of 64 x 3 = 192 cu. ft., which, again divided by the cu. ft of a gallon, equals 1,196 UK gallons, or 1,436 US gallons. (calculations rounded) ----
Use this formula: Diameter x Diameter x Average Depth x 5.9 = Total Gallons
It depends. How deep is the pool?
Zero gallons. No gallons can fit into a plane, no matter what units you are using, since gallons are units of volume and must be expressed in three dimensions. Now, if you w…ere to talk about a pool of 18' (that little ' denotes the measurement unit called _feet_ in standard English) by 52' by perhaps 10' deep, we'd have the ability to calculate an answer. Help us to help you.
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 cubi…c foot) = 30,000 In answer to your question you did not give enough information. Is it 24ft diameter? If so the formula is radius 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
That depends on how DEEP the pool is. The information provided only permits calculation of the AREA of the pool, not the volume and gallons are units of volume not area. To gi…ve you some idea though - here are the gallons for different depths: To fill the pool to a depth of 2 ft would require 1436 gallons To fill the pool to a depth of 3 ft would require 2154 gallons To fill the pool to a depth of 4 ft would require 2873 gallons To fill the pool to a depth of 5 ft would require 3591 gallons To fill the pool to a depth of 6 ft would require 4309 gallons
First, you multiply 20 times pi which gives you 62.8318. This is the square feet of surface area. Multiply this by 4 and you get 251.3272. This is the cubic feet. There are 7.…48 gallons in each cubic foot so multiply 251.3272 by 7.48 and you get 1879.927 gallons.
First, determine the area of the entire pool, in cubic feet by taking the product of the length, width, and depth. 24 x 16 x 4 = 1536 cubic feet. There is roughly 7.5 gallons …in 1 cubic foot, or .133680556 cubic feet in 1 gallon. Taking 1536 cubic feet and dividing by .133680556 we derive at our answer. It would take 11490 gallons to fill your pool