The formula for figuring out the amount of gallons is on the back of pool chemical containers. I am not sure what the formula is for an oval.
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If the pool floor slopes uniformly from end to end, the average depth can be found by adding the deepest and shallowest depth measurements and dividing the results by two. If the pool's dimensions are in feet, the volume will be in cubic feet. One cubic foot of water equals 7.5 gallons.
Example: The water volume of a pool 60 ft. long, 30 ft. wide and that slopes in depth from 3 ft. to 10 ft. is as follows: 30 x 60 x ((10 + 3)/2) = 11,700 cubic ft. of water 11,700 x 7.5 = 87,750 gallons
660,000 gallons of water
You can fill a standard in-ground swimming pool.
The average swimming pool takes 18000-20000 gallons of water to fill
It would fill about 91,000 residential in-ground swimming pools.
Not many, a average swimming pool holds approx, 12, 000 to 15,000 gallons of water.
Approximately 12, 000 gallons
1795 gallons, if you fill it to the brim.
Depends on the pool you're comparing it to..
An 18' Round 52" wall above ground pool holds approximately 7300 gallons
Approximately 4,400 gallons.
750 gallons an hour. Or 12.5 gallons a minute.
It depends. How deep is the pool?
It depends on your water companies measure of 1 unit. In my area 1 unit is equal to 748 gallons of water. so 40 units would be: 40units X 748 gallons = 29,920 gallons of water. Just about the amount of water you would use to fill up an average swimming pool.
this question cannot be answered without knowing the depth of the pool
About 18,000 gallons.
48,000 gallons of water