how many gallons of water does a swimming pool 15 feet by 4 feet
8249 US gallons, approx.
If the pool is 5 feet deep all around, the total volume will be 18,513 gallons of water.
280.298 Imperial gallons
36701.2987 gallons is the pool is evenly 4 feet deep.
To fill this pool to a depth of four feet you will need about 7,646 gallons of water. If you decide to fill it to three feet deep, the gallons decreases to around 5,735.
250 ft3 = 1870.13 US gallons
If the pool is a constant 9 feet deep the total volume would be 48,600 gallons. However, if 9 feet is only the deep end and the shallow end is 3 feet deep, the gallons changes to 32,400 gallons.
A sixty-acre lake averaging 20 feet deep has a volume of 391,021,200 gallons.
If the pond is uniformly 6-feet deep it would contain about 1,955,109 gallons of water.
A maximum of 1,196.88 gallons of water.
1869 Imperial gallons, approx.
7.48 gallons per cubic foot * 20 feet * 10 feet * 3.5 feet = 5236 gallons
Depends on the depth. If it is 4 feet deep and it is cicular with a diameter of 24 feet then you have approx. 13,553 gallons of water. If it is 3 feet deep then you have approx. 10,152 gallons of water.
120x72=8640 square feet x3 feet deep 8640x3= 25920 cubic feet there are 7.481 gallons in a cubic foot 25,920x7.481= 193,907.52 gallons
If the pool starts at 4 feet deep and ends at 6 feet deep in a constant slope along its entire length with no "shelf," then the answer is 119,150 gallons.