What is the ideal swimming pool temperature if you have 30-34 Celsius outside air temperature?
30C-34C is about 86F-93F! That temp will generally feel too warm for most people in a pool.
A better temp that would suit more people would be around 27C-29C or 80F-84F. The water will still feel warm but still be refreshing when you're swimming.
I think for 30-34 degree centigrade ambient temperature, the pool temperature should be around 81 F (approx. 27 degree C). This will make body feel fresh.
For a ambient temperature of around 25 degree C and below, the pool temperature should be slightly higher at 30 - 32 deg C.
I run a health club and have always had my pools at the following:
Depending on the water temp the ambient temperature should be 1 degree higher. Ideally the pool should be 29 - 30 with an ambient temp of 31 degrees
You don't really want pool water any higher than 30 as it starts to cause problems with the water.
Higher temps will increase evaporation - causing the amount of dissolved solids to increase, it also means the disinfectant will be burnt off and the total alkalinity will also increase - this will cause all the pipes to fur up just like a kettle does.
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First, I will say that the temperature will vary depending on theperson(s) using the pool. Some people are more comfortable incooler or warmer water than others and it certainly depends on howwarm the air temperature is. That being said, most people will findthat a pool temp less than 70F to be some…what chilly. Pool tempsaround 75F are comfortable for some but might still be a littlecool for others. Pool temps around 80F are generally verycomfortable for most everyone. Pool temps around 85F are generallyvery, very comfortable for nearly everyone, but may start toactually feel too warm for some (especially on a warm summer day).Above 90F you're heading into hot tub territory! Nice on a cold daybut generally too hot for the summer. ... For stable heat, Frequently check the Lead Level in water. Highlead leavel may harm the swimmers and it may heat up the body... (MORE)
%REPLIES%%DETAILS%. Answer . I found this answer which, while not giving an exact temperature, explains why the temperature shouldn't be very high: newton.dep.anl\n. \nHope this gives you some ammunition from a health perspective!
%DETAILS%. Answer . No. It would be very uncommon for a thermostat to determine whether to turn the pool heater on based on the outdoor AIR temperature. All pool thermostats monitor the WATER temperature. \n. \nIn this way, they keep the water at a predetermined temperature (just like your hou…se thermostat). When the water is cooler than the predetermined setting, the thermostat turns the heater on. \n. \nWhen the water is cooler than the preset temperature, the heater is turned off. In this manner the pool water maintains the desired temperature regardless of changes in the air temperature.\n. \nYou could re-wire your thermostat to use air temperature rather than water temperature to turn the pool heater on/off so that whenever the AIR becomes colder than a preset temperature (and for as long as the air temperature stayed below that value), the heater would come on. \n. \nThe potential problem with this arrangement is that the heater could be continually on (as long as the air stayed cooler than the preset value) and the water would be continuously heated to a VERY high temperature! Conversely, if the air were continually warmer than the preset value, the heater might never turn on. \n. \nHope this helps ... (MORE)
\n\n According to\nthe British Swimming Association on hypo- and hyperthermia, physical exertion\nand water temperature, it is indicated that a swimmer is unlikely to suffer\nheat stroke in water at 37Â°C (98.6Â°F). This suggests facilities with leisure\npools should be able to operate legally… and safely as high as this water\ntemperature to meet the needs of their patrons. per \n\n http://www.health.gov.bc.ca/protect/pdf/bc-pool-operations-guidelines.pdf \n\n \n\n Water draws body heat\nvery quickly if it is too low and it can raise your core temperature of 37Â°C or 98.6Â°F if the water temperature is\nlower or higher than 35Â°C or 95Â°F. It is all related to how long you are in the pool and your level of activity, though. \n\n The official Olympic\nstandard for a competitive swimming pool is 25--28 Â°C (77--82.4 Â°F). \n \nRemember, the human body generates significant extra heat while exercising, and\nit needs to shed this extra heat in order to keep the core body temperature at\na stable 37Â°C (98.6Â°F). Normally, humans sweat, and use the air temperature\ndifference around them to evaporate sweat (an endothermic reaction) and remove\nexcess heat. When swimming, humans still sweat, but cannot evaporate this sweat\nwhile underwater. Rather, they have to rely on the conductive heating of the\nwater next to the skin to remove heat, which is much less efficient than the\nevaporation process. Normally your skin temperature is 33 Â°C or 91.4 Â°F. According to Health Canada: http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ewh-semt/pubs/water-eau/guide water-2012-guide eau/index-eng.php#a812 "Thermal neutrality in water is reported to occur at 35Â°C. Below this value, the human body is expected to lose more heat than it is capable of producing." \n \nThe reason behind all this is the process that humans use to cool themselves in\nair is very different than underwater. Air allows for differences in relative\nhumidity to aid evaporation of sweat across a large range of temperatures.\nHowever, air has poor conductive heat transfer properties, so if a human ceases\nto sweat, they can stand quite low temperatures without problem. In the\nobverse, very high temperatures can be withstood if the humidity is low enough\nto allow for evaporation of sweat. Note that the most threatening situation for\na exercising human in air is whenever the relative humidity approaches 100%\nregardless of the actual air temperature. When submersed in water, which is a\nvery good heat conductor, but does not allow for sweat evaporation (evaporation\nbeing 5-10x more effective at dispersing heat), the human body loses its\nability to control heat loss. So long as the body remains submerged, the amount\nof heat lost is relative the absolute temperature of the water. Thus, there is\na relatively small range of temperatures where the amount of heat loss due to conductive\nheating is roughly equal to the "excess" heat exercise produces.\nWater hotter than this range means that the body can do nothing to increase\nheat loss, and overheats quickly. Water lower than this optimal range means\nthat heat loss will continue no matter what the body does, and only accelerates\nwhen exercise stops. \n\n\n \nA competitive swimmer states: "Much of my life, I've swam continuously for\nseveral hours in water as low as 75Â° F, and swam in competition in 70 F water,\nbut neither was pleasant, and adversely impacted my performance (cramping came\nmuch faster). I've also swam in 85Â° F water, which quickly became tiring as I\noverheated fast, and have seen fellow swimmers pass out after having to compete\nin excessively hot pools (above 85Â° F). Pools which are kept at the mid-80s F to\nmake it pleasant for casual bathers ARE NOT suitable for exercising in. \n\n \n \nA good measure of whether a pool is good to exercise in is this: when you first\njump in (jump in, don't walk in), the water feels quite cold, and you shiver a\nfair amount. However, after about 2 minutes of treading water, it should feel\nonly a bit chilly. This chilly feel will go away quickly once you begin\nswimming, and it will keep you from overheating. \n\n \n \nAlso, one last caveat - when exercising in a pool (not swimming, but performing\naerobic exercises), STAY FULLY SUBMERGED (except for your head). DO NOT stand\nhalf-in and half-out of the water. The different heat-removal abilities of\nwater and air make it extremely difficult for you body to regulate its heat\nproperly if you are only partially submerged." \n\n \n\n (MORE)
Answer . I guess you are asking about daily air temperature. Once the surface has melted, the only concern is the above ground pipes freezing. If you leave the pump running all the time, the chance of freezing is very low.
please refer to wiki entries regarding hypothermia and definition of comfort Really just depends on the person. Anything below 22C is too cold for me. The official FINA (world swimming organization) standards are that a competition pool should be 25-28 Â°C (77-82 Â°F). 25Â°C will feel q…uite cold to anyone, and temperatures below that will cause cramping. Anything below 20Â°C is very dangerous to be fully immersed in for anything other than an extremely brief time. (MORE)
How do you maintain an outside saltwater pool when the temperature outside gets down to the single digits?
Answer . The water is going to have a lower freeze point but when the air temperature get down to 32 degrees you have to have the system circulating. Once you get to the single digits all bets are off as far as freeze damage. The salt generator will only make chlorine if the water temperature is …above 50 degrees. My recommendation is when it gets that cold winterize the pool it is highly unlikely you will be using it and you will have peace of mind that your equipment will be protected. (MORE)
Answer . There are really no common temperatures for swimming pools, because it really depends on where you live. If you have a swimming pool in Florida and then one in Montana, each of their temperatures is going to be different. It depends on where you live and how hot or cold it is outside.
Answer . The temperature of a pool is not regulated anywhere that I know of.
If the water is cold enough it can cause a persons muscles to tighten making it more difficult to swim. . If the water is too warm your muscles loosen and you can become overheated and get tired. The average pool temperature for competitive swimming is 78F
It is recommended that for children the temperature in a swimmingpool be 82 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit. For babies the recommendedtemperature should be 84 to 86 degrees.
No, Chlorine kills sperm. Urine kills sperm as well, the purpose of precum is to lower the acidity enough during sexual penetration so that the sperm can survive long enough for impregnation. (A pool would have to have neutral PH levels to survive any period of time.) There is a reason ma…les release some 300 million sperm inside the female. Even then it's no guarantee. A highly acidic diet can be enough to inhibit impregnation. (not to mention a pool people pee in) Then you have temperature issues as well as time issues. Sperm in the best of conditions don't live very long once they leave the male. For this sperm to survive is impossible, for the dispersed sperm to make it into that vaginal opening without aid is impossible, for someone to believe that this could happen should be impossible. (MORE)
As long as the a/c compressor is on (the amber light with snowflake symbol), air is cooled as it moves through the system. The outside air temperature together with the inside car temperature and the input from the sunlight load detector (in center of dash under windshield) determines how much, if a…ny, "reheating" is done. The wider the variance between the set temperature and the actual in-car temperature, the higher/lower the fan speed with be when set on automatic, and the more or less hot coolant flows through the heater core to "reheat." Reheating is necessary because if the system simply disengaged the a/c compressor to maintain the temperature, the humidity would not be removed, and you would go from comfortable to too cold, then clammy/sticky, back to too cold. The A/c compressor does cycle off and on to maintain the condensor above the freezing point, so it won't run much if the outside temp is 35 or lower. Below about 30 it probably won't run at all. As long as your system is working properly it's best to keep the system on automatic (mode and fan speed) with the a/c compressor engaged. The fuel saved by avoiding use the a/c compressor is very minimal. The exception would be if you were in a very very dry climate with low humidity you could use the system without a/c compressor engaged unless you actually needed to cool the car. Although the new systems are digital, Cadillac actually invented this system and has used it in all air conditioned cars since 1964. It worked basically the same way, but the control was analog and used vacuum and electromechanical means to accomplish the same thing. (MORE)
C: 278.15K When you are finding the value of temperatureCelsius in Kelvin, add 273.15k to the Celsius temperature to obtainthe value of Kelvin. It is also 41 F.
What is the temperature of the pool water in international swimming competitions such as the Olympics?
From Wikipieda... An Olympic sized swimming pool (first used at the 1924 Olympics) is a pool that meets FINA's additional standards for the Olympic Games and for world championship events. It must be 50 m (~164 feet) in length by 25 m (~82 feet) wide, divided into eight lanes of 2.5 m (~8.2 feet)… each plus two areas of 2.5 m (~8.2 feet) at each side of the pool. The water must be kept at 25-28Â°C (77-82.4Â°F) and the lighting level at greater than 1500 lux. (MORE)
Try sticking a thermometer in it. The right type are available at most pool shops.
Best? For comfort? That answer is different for everyone. It's like how hot do you like your shower. As far as for quality of water, a warmer pool can be just a clean it will just take more sanitizer to do the job.
Start by taking the number in Celsius and multiply it by 9. Then divide that number by 5, and then add 32. This is how you convert Celsius to Fahrenheit or use the equation F = (9/5)C + 32 In this case, the answer is about 86 degrees Fahrenheit.
Use this equation to convert degrees Fahrenheit (ÂºF) to degrees Celsius/Centigrade (ÂºC): [Â°C] = ([Â°F] â 32) Ã 5â9
Algae will grow in temperatures from approx 5 to 40 degrees Celsius(approx 40 to 100 Fahrenheit). It does depend on which specifictypes of algae, as well as the colony size, but this is the generaltemperature tolerance for growth of algae.
it depends on how hot you heat it to I'd say above 80. the indoor pools where its all steamy is probably high 90's.
The small thumb size sensor is attached to a plastic air scoop tube behind the front bumper on the left side.
Start by taking the number in Fahrenheit and subtracting 32. Then divide the number by 9, and then multiply it by 5. This is how you convert Fahrenheit to Celsius or use the equation C = (F - 32) Ã 5/9 In this case, the answer is about 23.89 degrees Celsius.
If the air temperature is 30 degrees Celsius and the relative humidity is 60 percent will the dew point be reached if the temperature drops to 25 degrees Celsius?
yes the air mass will be raised up and the cold air under it. whilethe temp will be 42 degrees celsius!
With an indoor pool (not a spa) room air temperature should be maintained 2-5 degrees above the water temperature< with 50% or less humidity.
There are two types of air temperature measurements on aircraft, Ram Air Temperature and Static Air Temperature. (slower aircraft don't normally have RAT gages) Ram Air Temperature, sometimes known as Total Air Temperature, is the air temperature outside the aircraft increased by the heat resultin…g from the compressibility of the air. The faster the aircraft, the more the rise in the temperature. Static Air Temperature, also known as Outside Air Temperature, is a temperature reading corrected for the compressibility rise to give a true outside air temperature which is used in all sorts of calculations relating to engine performance, aircraft speed, etc. (MORE)
Temperature of room in Fahrenheit minus 32, divide that answer by 9, multiply that answer times 5 equals room temperature in Celsius.
The optimum temperature for an outdoor recreational pool is 84 degrees. Sometimes in the hottest months of summer I have seen our outdoor pool reach as high as 88 degrees! Still refreshing tho!
Start by taking the number in Celsius and multiply it by 9. Then divide that number by 5, and then add 32. This is how you convert Celsius to Fahrenheit or use the equation F = (9/5)C + 32
Temperature is easy to convert from Fahrenheit to Celsius yourself. You can use the formula T c = (5/9)*(T f -32) where T c = temperature in degrees Celsius, T f = temperature in degrees Fahrenheit. 2 F is -17 C.
The air temperature should typically be about 3 degrees over the water temp. But generally about 85 degrees is good
Well, when the temperature is hot, you sweat and you lose a lot more weight than in cold temperature. When the temperature is warm, you need to save up your body temperature and eat more.Even if you swim when it is hot out, you lose weight. When you eat a lot of food, you obviously get fatter and it… is hard to lose weight when it is cold. You don't sweat as much and you gain whatever you lose. (MORE)
I would say around 85-90(maybe even cooler) degrees because if you have it to warm the pool is not fun. Trust me I know my swimming pool in summer like 98 not Fun
It is in the right hand (UK Drivers side) wing mirror. You should see a small dome sticking out beneath the mirror. The glass is remove by pulling outwards. The sensor is fixed with a small torx screw.
around 60 is a safe temperatuare if you are not in the pool too long.
It depends o the cars make model and year. Mine is mounted behind the gill just in front of the radiator below the hood latch.
There are many variables but it usually needs to be 70 degrees F. Temperature inside the house has some effect. Depending on the unit you might be able to charge it in the 60s but it gets more difficult, it takes longer and you may not get it to the correct pressures. Technically you can calculate h…ow much pipe is used in the whole system and charge as a liquid using a scale, but I feel like this is less common and a little more technical and not worth the hassle, but doing this I don't think the temperature matters. (MORE)
Under 50 degrees is dangerous since at those temperatures, your core body temperature can drop too low too quickly. This is called cold shock, which can cause a heart attack or unconsciousness which can lead to drowning. In the summer, having the water feel somewhat cool is refreshing, but care shou…ld still be taken for babies and adults with medical conditions. (MORE)
The anwser to this Question We would use a termometre to measure , the temperature of a swimming pool . A thermometer.
A blizzard (defined as heavy blowing or falling snow with reduced visibility) can form at any temperature below freezing (and in some cases a few degrees above freezing.) Normally extreme cold temperatures tend to reduce snowfall without adaquate moisture but then in that case you get more small i…ce crystals. Warmer usually means big fluffy snow and colder gets smaller icy snow. Depending on location blizzards have formed at 35Â° to -100Â° degrees (assuming water freezes at 32Â°) In other words, there is no temperature criteria for a blizzard. (MORE)
It should be about 5 degrees. A properly functioning refrigerator should keep food at a Fahrenheit temperature of 40 degrees - which is just about 5 degrees Celsius.
30ÃÂºC = 86ÃÂºF Tip: Use this formula to convert degrees Celsius (C) to degreesFahrenheit (F): (C x 1.8) + 32 = F
Depends on what you use the swimming pool for. If you just want to swim laps I find people like the water around 80, if you just want to splash around then it tends to be kept a bit warmer, around 86.but anywhere from 80 to 88 is normal, mostly depends on you.
a pump circulating water between the pool and black hoses on a platform above the ground. doesn't work unless the sun is out. ice to cool it down. or you could have an outdoor fireplace with water pipe running over or through it
the temp. decreases because in the air condition room our body temp. is changed from the natural body temp. and high
Everything has a minimum temperature including all swimming pools. If you mean minimum usable temperature, that would depend entirely on the person using the pool. Most people think 68 degree water temp is too cold to swim in, but I have gone swimming in outdoor pools with water temp in the mid 30…'s to patch holes in the pool liner. And NO, I didn't have a drysuit or wetsuit available to use on that job... Just the same swim suit I use when swimming over summer in 80+ degree water. (MORE)
The temperature at the summit of Mount Everest never rises above freezing, averaging -32F (-36C) in winter and -2F (-19C) in summer. The wind chill can make it feel a lot colder too.
What temperature it will be depends on where you are. You may checkyour local weather forecast through local news stations.
That depends on where you are, what season it is, and the day today temperature fluctuations. Temperature at 5pm tends to beslightly lower than the midday temperature -- it is just beginningto cool off for the night.
32 degrees Fahrenheit is the equivalent of 0 degrees Celsius and they are both the freezing point of water.