How many Canadian gallons will you need to fill a pool 16 feet wide by 36 feet long and 5 feet deep?
Approx 17939 gallons.
As you fill it, a square 12-ft x 12-ft pool takes 1,077.2 gallons for every 1 foot deep. To fill it to the 10-ft rim will take 10,772 gallons. Note: If you want to watch the thrilling drama unfold on your water meter, the meter is probably marked in cubic feet. The pool takes 144 cubic feet of water for each foot deep, and 1,440 cubic feet to fill it to 10-ft deep.
How many gallons of water does it take to fill a rectangular pool 11 feet long by 4 feet wide that is 3 feet deep?
It depends on how deep the water is. Since it's a fairly small pool, let's say you fill it to 1 foot deep. In that case the total volume will be about 262 gallons of water. If you went to 1.5 feet the gallons would be about 392 gallons and if you filled the pool to 2 feet, the gallons would increase to about 523 gallons.
The volume you are trying to fill is 120000 cubic feet (100 x 100 x 12) 1 cubic foot = 6.22883288 Imperial gallons So your pond of 120000 cubic feet would take about 747456 gallons to fill. or 1 cubic foot = 28.3168466 litres So your pond of 120000 cubic feet would take about 3397920 litres to fill.
How many gallons of water does take to fill a rectangular pool 24 feet long by 15 feet wide if it is 3 feet deep on one end and 8 feet deep on the other?
The answer is about 2,979 gallons if you fill the pool exactly 3 feet deep. To get the answer you figure out the square feet in the 13 foot circle using the formula: Area = Pi times radius squared Pi is approxametly 3.142 Radius is 6.5 6.5 X 6.5 X 3.142 = 132.7495 square feet 132.7495 X 3= 398.2485 cubic feet 1 cubic foot holds 7.48 gallons 7.48 X 398.25= 2,978. 91 which rounds up…
If you have something 9 feet deep and 3 feet in diameter how many gallons will it take to fill this item?
It depends on how deep you fill the pool. So, let's take the most common depths for a 33-foot round pool; 3, 4 and 5 feet: For 3 feet of water the total gallons will be about 19,275. For 4 feet of water the total gallons will be about 25,700. For 5 feet of water the total gallons will be about 32,125.