What is a zero depth swimming pool?
A zero-depth swimming pool, also called a beach entry swimming pool, is a swimming pool having an edge or entry that gradually slopes from the deck into the water, becoming deeper with each step, in the manner of a natural beach. As there are no stairs or ladders to navigate, this type of entry assists older people, young children and people with accessibility problems where gradual entry is useful.
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Yes. The pool's depth can be changed. Seek assistance from an aquatic architect/engineer or other engineer with the expertise to advice of rebar & cement.
Answer . The formula for the volume of a cylinder is\nVolume = height * pi * radius squared.\nThat gives the volume in cubic feet, cubic meters or whatever your unit of measure might be.\nConvert from cubic ft to gallons using:\n1 cubic foot = 7.480 519 481 gallon [US, liquid]
Answer . Average depth. Depth of the deep end @ 8'. Depth of the shallow end 3'. Add the two together and divide by 2 = average. Ken
Generally 4 feet or deeper so that your hands don't touch the bottom but 3 feet can work.
As a person dives toward the bottom of a swimming pool the pressure increases noticeably Does the buoyant force also increase Justify your answer Neglect any change in water density with depth?
The reason why things float is that gravity addresses only the mass regardless the volume. so when a person dives deep, although he moves away the same volume, the buoyant force increases because the pressure increases, and sice the pressure affects the body from every where the buoyant force increa…se. (MORE)
It will make it one inch deeper assuming that rain water is only falling in it.
In meters, the dimensions of an Olympic size swimmming pool are: 2 meters deep, 50 meters long, and 25 meters wide. If 1 meter equals 100 centimeters, just multiply each dimension by 100.
Salt water is more dense than fresh water. The added density addspressure, so the pressure will be greater at the same depth in saltwater. This is also the cause of the increase of buoyancy insaltwater.
before answering this question we should consider issues. First,why we see far things small and close things big? this is becauseour eyes cover larger area if the objest is far. secound, imagine a black spot on a whiote blank page, imagine thatthis spot is getting bigger , now you have two possibilt…ies, 1-thatthe spot is expanding and constant.2-that the spot is not expandingand it is moving towards you, actually we don,t see far things andclose things we see big objects and small objects. third, a wave'sspeed ,as light, vary in different mediums so light speed is fasterin air than in water. fourth, the area covered by a certain wave decreases , assumingthat the distance is equal, if the wave speed was faster.(thisneeds you to imagine the probagation of waves) regarding your question , now the light speed is faster in water soit enters and covers area less than the area it would cover if ittraveled the same distance in air, when the light is reflected thepicture appears to be closer because the area covered is smaller. ---- EDIT: Huge problem. Light speed is always constant. In fact, it is theonly truly absolute value we can observe, and everything else isrelative, no matter how slight it seems. Einstein would say that ifanyone reached the speed of light, time intervals would approachinfinity. i.e. time would stop!! (MORE)
The Diving well in a pool should be at least 10 feet or deeper. For safer situations I would go with at least 12 feet.
There are two ways to catch a virus from a swimming pool.1]inhailing the water.2]if someone whom is sick spits in the pool and water is drunk could lead to an illness.
I'm not quite sure of the exact scientific method, but if the pool is to shallow than it would be a problem, because you could kick the bottom of the pool. I always find it easier to swim in water around 1.5m deep, because if its too deep it makes me work harder, because i want to stay afloat.
A shallow pool will not allow large swim strokes and will notrequire you to tread water. Deeper water will not let you swimunderwater for long distances without stopping to tread water.
You do not add pH to a pool - it does not exhist as a product.
The smallest depth they can be (as I know so far!!) is 2 meters deep. Still rather deep.
It is said that you do - because there is less turbulance reaching the swimmers on the surface.
Eight or nine feet or deeper to prevent jumping off the floor to provide disadvantages.
Where will you exprience greater pressure swimming in the sea or in a swimming pool at the same depth?
Sea water is denser, the sea. Chlorine is in minimal quantities if it's even present.
Where will you experience greater pressure swimming in the sea or swimming in the pool at the same depth?
if you are swimming at the same depth the pressure will be the same. Depth affects pressure directly proportionally. That is if you swim deeper the pressure will become greater. If you swim up the pressure will become less. The size of the body of water does not affect pressure.. Think of it this w…ay, the further down you swim the more your ears hurt. they hurt because of the increase in pressure. (MORE)
13 feet to be a lifeguard have to be able to swim down to 13 feet
All the water in the pool bend a lot of the light that enters your eyes, so the floor appears closer and bent too. You can look at the bottom of a cup full of water, and the bottom would also look bent and closer. To have a better view of the actual depth, you can empty out all of the pool's wate…r if there's an electric switch that can do it. Once all the water drains out, you'll know whether it's a good idea to swim in this pool depending on how experienced you are at swimming. Or, you can fasten a pair of goggles on, lie face-down on the edge of the pool so that only your head and neck and maybe upper-chest are above the water and not touching the ground. Inhale and hold your breath, then bend down so that your protected eyes dip below the water so you can clearly look around the pool and see the bottom. The rest of your body (from chest to feet) should be lying on the ground with your hands clasped onto the edge of the pool, preventing you from falling in. Just to be sure, in case you might fall in somehow, have someone relatively nearby. Another way to determine the depth is to get a yardstick or a really long stick to lower into the pool until it reaches the bottom, so you can measure the actual depth of the pool. By the way, never play in a swimming pool by yourself, unless if you're a very experienced swimmer or the pool is deep enough so the water only reaches your chest when you stand up straight in the pool. (MORE)
Fish have an organ called a swim bladder. This organ controls exactly where in the water a fish is. Its fins simply propel the fish in a direction. The swim bladder controls the up and down bit.
Yes, not a big issue in this. You can swim inswimming pool even after rain but it is good to avoid swimming inpool during rain and thunderstorm because of lightning.
A fish uses his Swim Bladder to swim at different depths in the sea or in a aquarium By increasing or decreasing the amount of oxygen in its Swim bladder.
It depends on the person. I can flip turn in 2 1/2 ft deep water but I know someone shorter than me who can't. Its safest to go with 3-31/2 ft deep. ;)
because its a pool you swim in. As opposed to a wading or play pool that is very shallow and does not permit swimming because of lack of depth. To be a swimming pool it must have sufficient depth to be able to swim in. For most people that requires a minimum depth of 3 feet.
This question is difficult because there is not really a typical pool. Most of the pools we build on homeowners property run from 3 feet in depth to 6 or 8 feet in depth. So the average depth would be from 4 and 1/2 feet to 5 and 1/2 feet. The normal home sized pool will range from 15 by 30 feet to …20 by 40 feet. They can be larger or smaller, but this is the normal range we build in. Commercial pools can range in depth to 16 feet for diving towers, so the average depth would be much deeper. Pools can be just about any shape also and really any depth. I hope this helps answer the question. (MORE)
New above-ground pools may impart a strange taste to the water, which dissipates with use. New in-ground pools should be allowed to cycle through the cleaning process thoroughly after first being filled, to absorb any installation contaminants.
Swimming in light showers is normally fine, but not in an outdoor pool during a thunderstorm . Lightning is a very real risk to swimmers, and everyone should leave the pool at the first sound of thunder, or sight of lightning or dangerous clouds.
A 15 by 30 foot swimming pool can be any depth. As a constructor of gunite or concrete pools I could make any size of pool any depth from 6 inches to 10 feet or more. The size of a pool has no direct effect on the depth. We did pools for exercising horses that were 10 feet deep for the entire pool. …A pool of any size for normal use will have a shallow end, usually 2 and 1/2 to 3 feet in depth and will graduate to 6 feet for swimming or 8 or more feet in depth for diving. With fiberglass or vinyl liner pools the depths are established by the manufacturer and you will have to choose from the sizes offered what will best suit your needs. I believe some of the manufacturers may make custom sizes per the purchasers request, but the price will be significantly higher for a special order. (MORE)
The depth of water in a swimming pool should always be examined before jumping into it because you can cause injury to yourself (and in some cases, others) if the water is too shallow. For a person of average size, 9-12 feet is suitable for jumping into, as there is plenty of room to submerge and su…rface safely. Anything too shallow- about 6 feet and under- could cause injury to the jumper- generally impact injuries that could break bones or crack skulls, depending on how you jump in and how deep or shallow the water is. Also, always make sure there is no one too close or beneath you before diving, for you could cause serious injury to yourself and them. (MORE)
It's safer to swim in a pool because in the sea there are sharks and dangerous animals also the waves and rapids can drown you or push you to the middle of the sea.
Depth is a distance and so will be measured in the same units as a length / distance will be. Choose from metres / yards / feet / centimetres....
For ages 12 and up that know how to swim it should be 8 feet, but for 11 and under that know or not how to swim it should be 5 feet.
no, the cloride you put in the swimming pool to keep ik clean, is toxic for fish
They are to inform the swimmer how deep the water is. It is always good to know the depth for safety reasons. It is not a good idea to dive into a 3 foot deep pool.
Some pools don't have any steps. Many pools have them though. They are usually about 10 inches high. Second Answerer says: First of all, all depends on the what kind of pool. However , the National Spa & Pool Institute has set American National Standards for Residential Inground Swimming P…ools. The section that pertains to entry/exit outlines all requirements for riser/treads. The maximum heighth for a riser is 12 inches, which is the standard. (MORE)
Swimming after eating can cause indigestion because the muscles will take the blood that should be used for digestive organs. Waiting an appropriate amount of time after eating will take care of that. Another problem a person can have is if there are bacteria present in the water. Generally y…ou have problems with eye or ear infections, or intestinal upset if you swallow the water. Water has to be regularly treated with the proper amount of disinfectant. Usually chlorine is used to kill the germs in the water, but other chemicals and systems are available. Other infections could occur depending on the bacteria or fungi present. If you notice green growth in the pool (typically on the walls) or other unpleasant conditions such as cloudy water, it would be best to check with the attendant or owner to be sure the water is safe for swimming. Most commercial pools will close if they have a water contamination problem, but a private one may not close, and you need to use discretion before entering. Not only can sickness occur, but swimming within one hour of eating can cause cramps so severe that drowning can result. (MORE)
If you are asking what products are included when you purchase a swimming pool, the answer is..."it depends". Our company, Florida Bonded Pools in Jacksonville (floridabondedpools.com) Florida, sells a basic pool package that includes an in-ground concrete swimming pool with an exposed aggregate int…erior finish, pump, filter, (2) main drains, (3) wall returns, chlorine tablet feeder, waterline tile, walk in steps, bench in the deep area, skimmer, pool light, pool decking, etc... Other pools we build will have these items and possibly some upgrades such as, LED lighting, salt chlorine generator, outdoor kitchen and/or fire pit, heat pump, spa, waterfall, ect... (MORE)
Will a deeper inground swimming pool have colder water than one that is shallower and is there a way to calculate the impact on water temperature of various pool depths without heaters?
In theory, yes it does make a difference. However, the practical reality is that in many climates (like Texas), the pool will warm sufficiently to use without a heater for most of the year.
That is definitely an odd question but, no, I have never seen my friend's swim!
A swimming pool is an artificial area to hold water that enables swimming or other leisure activities. Special care must be taken for maintaining swimming pools include filtration, chlorination, pH level, total alkalinity (TA) and calcium hardness. A swimming pool is primarily built and used for fit…ness and health purposes. (MORE)
Doesn't matter because you're going to purge the lines with air when you close it for the winter.
The dept of the swimming pool dosnt matter because the swimmers dont touch the bottom at all.
What is the volume of water in a rectangular swimming pool that is 18m long and 10m wide and has an average depth of 2.5m?
To get the volume of something, use this formula: length x width x height Therefore, it would be: 18 x 10 x 2.5 = 450m 2 approximatley
It has to do with the refractive index of water. . It the same reason a pole looks bent where it enters the water at the water line. .
the deeper she goes there is more weight above her thus greaterpressure which results to pain in the eardrums
Which is a more reasonable estimate for a swimming pool depth 10 meters 10 millimeter or 10 kilometers?
10 metres is not just a more reasonable estimate, it is the only estimate that anyone but an ignoramus would make. 10 metres is not just a more reasonable estimate, it is the only estimate that anyone but an ignoramus would make. 10 metres is not just a more reasonable estimate, it is the only est…imate that anyone but an ignoramus would make. 10 metres is not just a more reasonable estimate, it is the only estimate that anyone but an ignoramus would make. (MORE)
At the same depth the pressure is greater at sea because salt wateris denser than fresh water.
Light from objects under the water comes up into the air and in sodoing, bends a fair amount, fooling your eyes into seeing theobjects as closer to the surface than they really are.