If the pool is rectangular in shape then the formula is:
length X width x average depth x 7.5.
If the pool is circular then the formula is:
3.14 x 3.14 x pool radius (1/2 pool diameter) x average depth x 7.5.
If the pool has a shape other than these then it is a little more difficult.
For round pools you want the area of the circle x the height, or 3.14 x radius x radius x height, then convert feet to gallons by x 7.5.
A 24 foot by 4 feet deep pool holds 13,564 gallons.
Dilution is the only way to reduce the salt level in your pool. The pool should be tested to determine the current level of salt. The amount of gallons the pool holds and the desired salt level will help you determine how much water needs to be drained out of the pool to allow the addition of fresh water to complete the dilution process.
You need to test the water to determine & amount dependent upon capacity.
It temporarily puts a maximum amount of chlorine in the water of the pool
If you have a "chlorine generator" that requires salt in the water, ALWAYS refer to the manufacturers recommendations for the proper amount.
You get a salt water chlorinator installed and add the correct amount of salt to the pool advice is available on this from your local pool shop.
An average amount of water
The average swimming pool takes 18000-20000 gallons of water to fill
W(15) is the number of gallons of water in the pool after 15 minutes.
I don't know, because it is not true the amount of salt that is used in a salt water pool while slightly more corrosive then fresh water (About the same amount of salt as you find in tears) will not cause any appreciable damage to modern pool equipment as it is made for salt water pools, salt water pool being by far the most common pool these days.
simply buy the required amount of salt for the pool from a pool shop or other salt supplier and and toss it in the water.
how deep you are in the water.
You haven't provided enough information for your question to be answered. The dimensions and depth of the pool, as well as the amount of stabilizer (CYA) you have in the water are required to determine how much chlorine to add. For help with questions like this, as well as completely understanding how to maintain your pool yourself, I highly recommend http://www.troublefreepool.com
Liters measure the volume of something so to measure the amount of water in the pool you'd use liters
You could drop it in water and determine the amount of water that is displaced.
salt water does provide a lower degree of freezing temperature but the normal amount in a salt water pool is so low that the answer is "not enough to make a difference". Protect your pool and equipment from freezing as you would if it weren't a salt water pool
1. determine where your pool is leaking (liner or plumbing) and repair.
the amount of water in the pool (volume) somthing like that
No as long as it is a small amount
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.
The correct answer is: W(43) is the number of gallons of water in the pool after 34 minutes.
That depend on the amount of sunlight the amount of use the pool is getting and the amount of bio- material suspended in the pool. The best thing to do is to test the pool and follow the instructions on the test kit or take a sample of water to your pool shop and ask them for advice.