# How much water evaporates from a pool?

# What is the process for adding water to a recently evaporated fiberglass pool?

Fill it with water from a hose with your pump running, wait a couple hours and then test the water and adjust your chemicals.

# How much water evaporation is normal for an inground pool in Northern NJ?

Simple evaporation test: Mark your water level of your pool, (make sure that the auto feed valve is off). Place a bucket with water next to the pool and mark the level. (keep the dog away as this will affect the outcome. Periodically monitor your levels. The pool and the bucket should have the same …rate od evaporation. If the pool level drops below the bucket- you have a leak. If the bucket drops past the pool level- you have a thirsty dog. (MORE)

# Will a darker pool liner cause more water evaporation?

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A dark pool liner might cause a very small increase in water evaporation, but nothing significant. \n.
\nThe dark pool liner will raise the water temp a bit which, in turn, may increase the evaporation rate. But, the evaporation rate is much more dependent upon the air temperature and h…umidity than on the water temp, so the increase in water temp would only have a very small effect on the overall or net water evaporation rate.\n.
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yes, it will, and it could be a significant increase. (MORE)

# Is it possible for a black winter vinyl pool cover to superheat the air and the pool water and cause the water to evaporate?

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The water is going to evaporate at some rate with or without a cover. You need to add water to the pool at least once per week. Evaporation rates without a cover would be close to 1.5" per week in most areas. k

# How fast does swimming pool water evaporate?

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\nIt depends on whether the pool is considered "enclosed" inside a pool house or not. The assumption in such case is that the pool house prevents "outside" air circulation which enables the humidity inside that "house" to be maintained at a high level which mini…mizes evaporation. It goes without saying then that if you keep the doors to your pool house open then you loose much of the evaporative benefit of having the pool enclosed. In any case, high ambient outside air temperature will increase the pool evaporation rate but an enclosure should slow it down. Pool covers can also decrease evaporation rate.\n.
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Go to Arizona edu. There you will see a contour map of the U.S. providing annual evaporation rates in inches of loss per year. Find the rate for your area. Divide the rate by 365 to get the daily rate in inches of loss per day. \n .
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If you are concerned of a leak place a bucket of water on the steps of the pool and fill it so that the level equals the pool(u might have to weigh the bucket down with a rock or something) check the level the next day to see if they both evaporated the same. (MORE)

# How much water is in an above ground pool?

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\nGood Question? Well there are many different sizes of pools. You can find the volume of one by Multiplying the Length X Width X Depth . \n.
\nSay a pool that is 10ft x 20ft x 8ft = 1600ft3\n.
\nThere is 7.4805 Gallons per cubit foot. Therefore this pool would be …11,969 gallons. (MORE)

# How fast will the water evaporate in an above ground pool?

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\nThat is hard to say, in the north east for the most part we have to add water, if we get into a drought or its hot for days on end, maybe once a month, I think loss of water because of splashing would be greater than evaporation.

# Does water in a swimming pool evaporate more in the fall or colder temperatures or is there a leak somewhere?

The rate at which your pool evaporates depends on a combination of the temperature the wind and relative humidity Tis can be between 12 to 25 mm per day. If you feel that you may have a leak some where The thing to do is put water in a water bucket then Mark the water level on it. put a discreet mar…k on the pools water level and leave it for between 1 and 2 weeks. if the water level of the pool has gone down considerably more than the level in the bucket you probably have a leak somewhere. PS if you can hang the bucket in the pool to keep it at the same temperature all the better (MORE)

# How do you determine how much water is in your pool?

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If you mean you want to know the volume of water in your pool, you would multiply the length times the width times the depth (in feet). The answer will be in cubic feet, but if you want the answer in gallons, multiply the number of cubic feet by 7.481. If the depth varies (eg., 3 feet …at the shallow end to 6 feet at the deep end), you can use an average to get a rough estimate. (MORE)

# Does the color of water effect its evaporation in a pool?

The color of water does affect the evaporation rate because the red water is more dense then regular clear water.

# How much water evaporates from the ocean?

80 percent evaporates from the ocean. Incorrect !!! All water in the water cycle of Earth evaporates from oceans and works its way back to the ocean. Evaporation from rivers, lakes, ponds etc. is a temporary stage of the overall trip back to its origin in the oceans.

# How do you measure how much water is in your pool?

Liters measure the volume of something so to measure the amount of water in the pool you'd use liters

# How much water in a swimming pool?

The dimensions of the pool are needed to calculate this Well actually depends how big and how much u put in to it!

# How much water evaporates from fountain in summer?

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It depends on the location. The National Weather Service (NOAA Technical Report NWS 33) has data from all over the U.S. on pan evaporation and free water surface evaporation. The Western Regional Climate Center has data on the Western states..
Take the evaporation number for your area i…n feet and mulltiply by the surface area in square feet to get a volume in cubic feet. Multiplying this number by 7.48 to get the approximate evaporation in gallons. This volume is based on the time period of the data retrieved from the aforementioned sources..
Evaporation is dependent on wheter your pond is surrounded by trees, shaded part of the day, operating temperatire, etc..
If you are providing make-up water, a conservative worst case scenario should be used to effectively keep the pond, pool, or lake full. (MORE)

# How much water is in a swimming pool?

I depends on what type of pool your are swimming at. Like if one pool you are swimming at is 12 feet and a different pool is 5 feet the is going to be more water is the 12 foot swimming pool. It depends on the size of the pool.

# How much water is evaporated each day?

According to wikipedia.org:.
"Total annual evapotranspiration amounts to approximately 505,000 km 3 (121,000 cu mi) of water, 434,000 km 3 (104,000 cu mi) of which evaporates from the oceans.".
So each day 1,400 km 3 water evaporates all over the world.

# How do I calculate how much water evaporates from a water feature?

You can't calculate because the amount will vary according to the time of day, the temperature, the humidity, the wind and other factors. What you can do is measure how much water is there at the beginning of a day, or a week, and then measure again how much is there at the end of your time perio…d. You will then know that 5 litres evaporated that day, or whatever the result was. (MORE)

# How much water is evaporated each year?

According to the most recent data, about 80,000 cubic miles ofwater is evaporated each year. Most of that falls back to earth inthe form of rain or snow.

# How much water loss by evaporation should be expected in a swimming pool with dimensions 18x36 in Alabama?

About 3000 cubic feet per year, plus or minus 300 cubic feet depending on what part of Alabama it's in. Here's the evaporation map and calculator I used to come up with that estimate. It can be used to make estimates for the rest of the contiguous U.S. (48 states). http://www.grow.arizona.edu/…Grow--GrowResources.php?ResourceId=208 (MORE)

# Can salt evaporate with pool water?

No. The salt is left behind in the pool , with the salt concentration becoming higher.

# Why does your pool water evaporates fast in your in ground pool?

IF YOU ARE SPEAKING ABOUT YOURSELF - YOU AS A PERSON - THEN DON'T USE THE WORD "YOUR" AS IN YOUR POOL WATER. PLEASE USE THE WORDS "I" OR "OUR" OR "MY" POOL.... ***** To the person that replied with this answer above: ***** I created this account just to tell you that if you don't have an answer …to the question then keep your mouth shut! smart ass! For anyone out there, I am also looking for a chemical solution to slow the evaporation process in "your" pool ;) (MORE)

# How much is swimming pool evaporation in Dallas Texas where it is hot dry and windy?

This can vary but be anywhere from 2 to 4 inches in a week. If you are unsure if you are losing water due to evaporation - do a static test - also known as the "bucket test". .
Bring pool water to normal level. .
Fill 5 gallon bucket with pool water about 3-4 inches from top. .
Place bucket o…n first or second step of pool. .
Mark water level on inside of bucket. (electrical or duct tape is good) .
Shut off pump and mark pool level on outside of bucket. .
Resume normal pump operation. Make sure auto/manual fill valve is off during test. .
After 24 hours, compare the two levels. If the pool water (outside mark) goes down more than the inside water level, there is probably a leak. .
(bucket test taken from americanleakdetection.com (MORE)

# How much water in pool that is 70ftx30ft?

It amazes me how many questions about pools don't have enough information to give a proper and simple answer. This is another of those questions. A pool of these dimensions is most likely going to have a variable depth bottom, probably starting at 3 feet deep in the shallow end and possibly going to… 10 feet deep in the deep end if there is a diving board. You also have to consider that the bottom may slope to about 6 feet deep for the first 40 feet and then drop rapidly if it does in fact have a diving area. Without a diving area it is likely to go to a maximun 6 foot depth at the deep end. The easy answer to this is that there is insufficient data to answer it. I'll take a shot at it any way. Start off with the fact that there are 7.48 gallons in 1 cubic foot..
The surface area of a pool this size would be 2100 square feet. If it has a level bottom it will contain 15,708 gallons per foot of depth as follows:.
1 foot = 15,708 2 feet = 31,416 3 feet = 47,124.
4 feet = 62,832 5 feet = 78540 6 feet = 94,248.
If we were to assume that it slopes evenly from 3 feet to 6 feet arcoss the entire length of the pool it would contain about 70,686 gallons because the average depth would be 4 1/2 feet..
Now we can make a further guestimate about the depth if the pool had a 30 by 30 deep end/diving area, leaving a 30 by 40 foot shallow end. Start with 3 feet at the shallow end up to 6 feet at the drop off to the deep end and 8 linear feet to go from the 6 foot to the 10 foot depth. I won't bother with displaying any formulas or charts since everything will be based on pure speculation on the actual design..
Basically we are talking about 104,121 gallons or about 433 tons of water..
So in the end the answer is somewhere between 15,708 gallons and 104,121 gallons of water in a pool of this size. (MORE)

# How much water will evaporate daily?

\nThe answer to this depends on several factors.... the area of the surface and the local mean temperature for example. The temperature of the water itself is also a factor.

# How much water does the sun evaporates from the earth?

The sun evaporate water because the sun heat water and turn it into steam/vapor and it goes up into the sky.

# Can the pool water start to evaporate if the blanket is old or damaged?

It is a devilish question. I don't have a knowledge necessary to give you a proper answer.But thank you for your will.

# Does Water from swimming pool evaporate at a faster rate on cool nights?

Depending on the temperature of the air and the water it could. If the water is warmer then the air it will evaporate faster and the bigger difference the fast it will. Thus at night when the temperature decreases faster evaporation could occur.

# How much water evaporates from a pool in south Florida?

It all depends in the relative humidity of the air at the time. If you suspect that you are loosing more water then you should. Put a bucket of water next to the pool or even better on the top step of the pool to keep it the same temperature. Mark the water level in it. then mark the water level of …the pool. Leave them both alone for a couple of days. Measure the amount of water that has evaporated out of the bucket. if it is les then the amount evaporated out of the pool then you have a leak some where Either in the pool or the piping or filtration system. (MORE)

# How much water is there in a swimming pool?

Use this formula to calculate water volume: When you are having your water tested on a regular basis, they will usually ask you what your water volume is. You also need to know this so you can adjust your chemicals as needed. There are some simple formulas to figure out water volume. For a rect…angle, multiply your length (in feet) times the width (in feet) times average depth (in feet) times 7.5. For a round/oval, multiply your length (in feet) times the width (in feet) times average depth (in feet) times 5.9. If your pool is freeform, you will be somewhere in the middle. Does your pool resemble a rectangle more, or an oval more? Once you choose a formula, you may have to adjust a bit if your pool has smaller areas or larger curves outside the length and width that you used. Of course the way to know the exact volume of water your pool takes is to have it filled with a water truck which can only fit so many gallons onto their truck, or if you have metered water, fill the pool and you'll see what you have been charged for. (MORE)

# How can you tell how much water is in your pool?

first of all, unless you want to empty it completely and count how many buckets it takes to fill it, you have to be good at math. it'd probly be easier to figure it in metric (since 1 cubic centimeter is equal to 1 milliliter), and then convert to gallons. first you measure the length, and multiply… it by the width and multiply THAT by the depth and figure out how many cubic centimeters there are. a thousand milliliters is equal to one liter (roughly a quart, 4 qts in a gallon) my water bottle says 33.8 oz= 1L and there are 32oz in a quart. (FROM NigelG) Don't try to mix metric & Imperial. Use one or the other. And don't try to use tiddly little tea-cup size units to measure a great big pool! In metric it's easy: calculate the volume from the dimensions in metres. Then multiply by 1000 because 1 cubic metre = 1000 litres. Just like that. In imperial, use feet to obtain cubic feet then multiply by the appropriate factor for gallons (remember US and UK gallons differ). I cubic foot = 6.23 Imperial gallons; 7.52 US gallons. If the pool is a straightforward rectangle in plan then its volume will be the longitudinal-section area x width. Assuming steady slope from shallow to deep end either calculate the long area as a trapezoid or as the sum of a (rectangle of shallow-end depth) + a (triangle based on difference in depths). So if length L, shallow depth S, deep depth D, longitudinal x-section area = LS +(L (D-S)/2) (MORE)

# How much water evaporated from a pool?

What size is the pool? Where do you live? How much average rainfall do you get? How hot is the area? I live in South LA. We haven't received any rain here in the month of June. I'm having to constantly add water to keep the level above the skimmer line. It takes an hour to two hours to simply add an… inch of water back to my pool. What a water bill! (MORE)

# How much water in an in ground pool?

7.5 gallons per cubic foot of area inside the pool..
You need to know the length, width and average depth..
Multipy all three and then by 7.5 to get the capacity..
To keep the math simple, a 10 x 10 pool is 100 square feet..
If it were 10 feet deep it would be 1,000 cubic feet (10x10x10=1,000). …
1,000 cu ft x 7.5 = 7,500 gallons of water..
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# How much water should evaporate from salt water pool in Florida?

1/4 inch a day. So 1 3/4 inch a week. I service salt pools in Florida.

# Does water evaporate faster from a pool with solar heating panels?

The warmer the water is the faster it will evaporate. But the difference between a heated and a non heated pool is not great. If you heat with solar or gas or another method makes no difference whatsoever.

# How much time it takes for water to evaporate?

Specific rates of evaporation can only be measured when one knows the exact measurements of those energies and factors that bear influence upon it: air flow, temperature (of air, container, as well as actual water at time evaporation), concentration of impurities in the water, concentration of subst…ances in the air, actual air pressure (evaporation takes less time in areas of low pressure), the actual surface area and concentration of the water to be evaporated, any known inter-molecular forces, as well as the true density of the water being measured. All that being said, simple measurements can be made using an instrument called an "atmometer" or "evaporimeter," which can actually be fairly simply made so that a non-complex experiment can be performed to get a general rate of evaporation for your area. The experiment requires the use of local tap water and porous filter paper, which will be used to draw the water from any measured glass cylinder into which a wick has been carefully placed. The wick can be made of any number of things- paper, cloth, string, and other similar goods that will actually allow the water to be drawn through it. As water evaporates from the surface, it will draw water from the cylinder onto the filter paper through use of the wick by simple capillary action. The more water that evaporates from the filter's surface, the more water will be drawn from the cylinder. By the taking of periodic measurements of the water that remains in the cylinder, and repeating the experiment a number of times, enough so that an average time can be formed, a rate of evaporation can be rather easily established. This rate will only be true for this one area at the time the experiment is performed, but it will give you a general idea of the rates of evaporation in this one specific area (MORE)

# How many gallons of water is lost through evaporation in a pool?

That's going to depend on -- the surface area of the pool -- the temperature of the water in the pool -- the temperature of the air -- the relative humidity of the air -- the barometric pressure -- the period of time you're interested in (evaporation in 30 minutes ? an hour ? a day ?) … -- the winds during that period of time Open the yellow pages and phone up a business in your area that sells pools and/or pool supplies. From experience, they'll have the answer for your area of the country, and probably for your city and your neighborhood. (MORE)

# How much waters in a swimming pool?

This will depend on the size and depth of the pool, you can go to www.askpoolquestions.com for any answers needed.

# How much water is in a average swimming pool?

length x width x average depth x 7.5 for a rectangular pool. Odd shaped pools have a different formula.

# How much water can a wading pool hold?

It depends on the size of the wading pool and how deep you want the water to be. Some may hold a few hundred gallons or less. Big wading pools would hold more.

# Your pool is 12x22x9 how much water is in the pool?

Is there no shallow end? If there is no shallow end and the entire pool is 9' deep, the pool would contain 67280.8 litres of water (17773.57 US gallons) length x width x height = volume 12 x 22 x 19 = 2376 ftÃ‚Â³ 2376 ftÃ‚Â³ = 67280.8 litres (1 cubic foot = 28.316847 litres)

# How much evaporation is normal during sunny week for above ground pool that is 4' deep and loses NO water due to splashing?

We are losing about 1 inch per day in ours, but the temp is around 90 I think an inch a week is more normal. At an inch a day there may be a small leak in the liner

# How much water evaporates in a week from a swimming pool?

It depends on the surface size, temperature of the water and outside air temperature, the activity in the water, if there are any water features in the pool etc.

# How much water evaporates from a pool in Phoenix AZ?

Eventually, all of it if not replenished. The rate of evaporation depends on local climatic conditions.

# How much water will evaporate out of a pool on a sunny day that is 18 by 36 ft?

More than zero but less than or equal to the volume of the pool. There is insufficient information to give a more precise answer. Air and water temperatures matter, as does humidity, wind speed, color of the bottom of the pool, etc.

# How much water evaporates from a swimming pool per day?

This depends on the surface area of the pool but generally speaking on a really hot day with a pool that is heated to 85F you can loose up to 1/4 inch of water a day.

# How much does it cost for a water evaporator?

well it costs some money so you might need to have a job to get one

# How much water should evaporate from salt water pool in New York?

The same amount as a non salt water pool. Wind velocity is the single most important factor in evaporative losses.

# How much water evaporates in a swimming pool on a summer day?

The evaporation rate depends on the surface area of the pool, the temperature, and the relative humidity and the wind. I'm sure an "equation" containing the variables is known. Perhaps a civil or mechanical engineer would have a specific equation. I did find what seems to be a credible source that p…rovides a reasonable answer. Here is the link: Marin municipal water district. They have a chart that lists 200-300 gallons per week for a medium-sized pool -- about 2%-5% of typical pool volumes. "Splash-out" water is probably a much more significant source of water (MORE)

# Wy does putting a cover on a swimming pool stop the water evaporating?

water can't evaporateans escape under a cover. -The cover is alsoto prevent leaves and other contaminants getting in the pool.

# What do you do when your pool has too much water?

for above ground pool you can lower by running filter on waste; orsimply disconnect the return hose from filter and attach a longhose to lower water.