How many gallons of water per cubic foot are in a pool?
1 cubic foot is 7.48 US gallons
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Depends on how deep the pool is. Every square foot that is one foot deep has 7.5 gallons in it. So if the pool is 4 feet deep, you'll have 30 gallons for every square foot. A cubic foot actually is 7.481 gallons, or 7.48
\n. \n Volume of round pool \n. \n. \nTo calculate the volume in gallons of a round pool, do the following calculation:\n. \ndiameter x diameter x depth x 5.9 \n. \nExample: 28ft x 28ft x 4ft x 5.9 = 18,502.4 gallons
1 cubic foot = 1728/231 ? 7.48 U.S. gallons 1 U.S. gallon is exactly 231 cubic inches, and a cubic foot is1,728 cubic inches.
Gallons in Pool . \n1 - There are 7.481 gallons per cubic foot.\n. \n2 - The volume of the pool in cubic feet is:\nPi*5*(21/2)**2 = 1,731.8\n. \n3 - Therefore the number of gallons is:\n7.481*1,731.8 = 12,955.62
Need a third dimenstion for volume . A third dimension is required, but you can figure about 900 gallons for every foot in the third dimension.
Gallon is a unit of volume so I assume you meant how many gallons per cubic foot. The answer is 7.48 gallons per cubic foot.
Gallons in a 21 x 4 round pool . Pi x r squared x depth x 7.481 (gallons per cubic foot). 3.14 x 10.5 x 10.5 x 4 x 7.481 = 10,359 gallons
Answer . You have to take the length of the pool in feet multiplied by the width of the pool in feet multiplied by the depth of the pool in feet and multiply by 7.5 to find the approx gallon capacity
Water weighs 62.5 pounds per cubic foot. One gallon is 231 cubic inches. How much does one gallon weigh?
Convert cubic foot into inches= 1728. Divide 62.5 by 1728 for weight per cubic inch. Multiply weight per cubic inch by 231 (whats in one gallon) which equals 8.355.
Answer: 25695.52 Gallons (filled to top, about 20,100 gallons filled to 5 foot) Math: Volume of a cylinder = radius 2 X Pi X height In the case of your pool, Radius = half of 27 = 13.5, height = 6 and Pi is about 3.1415 Volume = 13.5 X 13.5 X 3.1415 x 6 = 3435.23 cubic feet 1 cubic f…oot = 7.48 gal 3435.23 X 7.48 = 25695.52 Gallons ( Full Answer )
Corrected answer: . 1 cubic foot contains 6.25 gallons. Volume of a square pool 24 feet wide and 4 feet deep is 2,304 (24 x 24 x 4) cubic feet.. Volume of a circular pool 24 feet wide and 4 feet deep is 1,809.5 (pi x 12 x 12 x 4) cubic feet.. A square pool would hold 14,400 gallons (2304 x 6….25). A circular pool would hold 11,306 gallons (1809 x 6.25) ( Full Answer )
\n1 cubic foot = 7.5 Gallons (US)\n. \n. \n1 cubic foot = 6.2 Gallons (Imperial)
A 12-ft round pool with depth of 2 ft has a capacity of 1,692.2 gallons of water.
To calculate you would need the height of the pool.. (pi)(radius 2 )(height)/231 = gallons
You don't say how deep the pool is and whether you're using US or UK gallons.. However.... One cubic foot contains approximately 7.5 US gallons, or 6.25 UK gallons, so if you multiply 10 x 3 x (pool depth) by either of the above you will get the approximate gallon count.
ANSWER . 1 cubic foot = 6.23 UK gallon . try online volume calculator for this
Answer (1) 180 US / 149 UK gallons per each foot of depth for a rectangular pool.. 141 US / 117 UK gallons per each foot of depth for an oval pool.. Answer (2) A UK gallon is 0.160543 cubit feet, and a US gallon is 0.13368 cu ft. . Therefore:- A circular pool 8 ft in diameter (radius… 4ft) has a surface area of pi x r2 = 3.1459 x 16 = 50.26 sq ft. The cubic capacity, to the brim, is 50.26 x 3 ft = 150.8 cu ft., which, divided by the cu. ft of a gallon, equals 939 UK gallons, or 1,128 US gallons.. A square pool, with 8ft sides (64 sq ft) and 3 ft deep has a cubic capacity of 64 x 3 = 192 cu. ft., which, again divided by the cu. ft of a gallon, equals 1,196 UK gallons, or 1,436 US gallons.. (calculations rounded). ( Full Answer )
You need to give more information. How long is the pool, how wide is it and how deep is it. It could be any amount of water without this information.
Here's a formula for round pools: distance across*distance across*depth*5.9 for rectangles: length*width*depth*7.5 or for a deep end: length*width*((shallow end depth + deep end depth)/2)*7.5 so in your case, 13*13*3*5.9=3000 gallons
A 15 cubic foot tank will hold a maximum of about 112.2 gallons of water.
1 cubic foot of water is about 7.48 US gallons. One gallon of water weighs about 8.35 pounds. Therefore 7.48 gallons x 8.35 = about 62.458 pounds per cubic foot.
pie times 12 squared time 5 divided by 0.133680556 cubic feet per gallon. Answer is 53,283 Gallons
A 12-foot round pool filled to a depth of three feet contains about 2,548 gallons of water.
If you fill it with 4 feet of water (48 inches), the pool will contain about 5,310 gallons of water.
If the pool is 15 feet long and 4 feet wide, that would be 60 sq. feet of area. Now you would need to know the depth. Multiply 60feet by the depth and then multiply by 7.48 gal. per sq. feet for the total capacity. Is the pool round by any chance?
Cannot be answered with only these measurements. You need to specify what shape the pool is. Also, for a rectangular pool, the length, width and depth are needed. For a round pool, the diameter and depth are needed.
This question illustrates why the standard units of measure are silly. This problem would be much easier if you had metric measures. It would be so much easier that I am tempted to convert to metric units, solve the problem, then convert back. However, I assume that you wanted to see the calculat…ions done in the units you gave so here is my answer. Assumptions: by 12 foot round, I assume you mean that the diameter is 12 feet. Volume = area of base * height Volume = Pi * radius * radius * height Volume = 3.14 * 6 * 6 * 3 ft 3 Volume = 339 ft 3 Now you need to know how many cubic feet are in a gallon. I don't know this and probably nobody else in the state of AK knows this, but you can look it up. 1 gallon = 0.1337 ft3 Number of gallons = Number of cubic feet / number of cubic feet per gallon Number of gallons = 2,536 gallons. ( Full Answer )
How many gallons of water per minute would you have to put back into an infinity swimming pool if the water was escaping one half inch deep on a 50 foot wall from a pool that is 25feetx50 feet?
I am guessing that you are trying to size your circulating pump as of course no water is actually lost off the edge of your pool. . Flow through a rectangular weir can be expressed in imperial units with the Francis formula. Given 50' width and 1/2" head and 1/2"=.0416' q = 3.33 (w - 0.2 h) h …3/2 q=3.33(50-0.2(.0416)).0416 3/2 q= 1.41 cubic ft/s = 10.5 g/s = 630 gpm . ( Full Answer )
100 Gallons; the general rule is that at normal temperatures, gravity etc. water is 1 gallon per cubic foot.
First calculate total volume in cubic inches. 15 feet x 12 inches per foot = 180 inches (diameter) and 5 feet x 12 inches per foot = 60 inches (depth). find the volume of a cylinder = pi x radius 2 x depth = 3.14 x 90 x 90 x 60 = 1,526,040 cubic inches. Covert cubic inches to gallons by dividing… by 231 cubic inches per gallon. 1526040 / 231 = 6606.23 gallon in your swimming pool ( Full Answer )
15 x 15 x 3 x 5.9 (factor used for gallons per cubic foot for that particular shape) = 3,982 US gallons.
My guess would be 7.48 gallons since that is how many gallons of water is in a cubic foot
This question cannot be answered without more information. Does 21 foot refer to the length of a side of a square or rectangular pool, the radius or circumference of a circular pool? Is the pool of some other shape? What is its depth?
If you filled it to a depth of 48 inches (4 feet), the pool would be holding about 5,310 gallons of water. If you filled it all the way to the top (52 inches), the pool would contain about 5,750 gallons of water.
The basic formula to figure water volume or gallons of water for a specific size say 20 x 40 are as follows 20 x 40 = 800 x average depth(say 5') = 4000 x 7.5(gallons per cubic foot) = 30,000 In answer to your question you did not give enough information. Is it 24ft diameter? If so the formula is r…adius squared x 3.14 x 4(average depth) x 7.5 Or 12 squared(144) x 3.14(452.16) x 4(a.d.)1808.64 x 7.5 = 13,564.8 gallons ( Full Answer )
This pool, when filled with 4.5 feet of water, will contain about 15,300 gallons of water.
1 cubic foot = 7.48051948 US Gallons = 6.22883288 Imperial Gallons Therefore, 1000 cubic feet = 7480.51948 US Gallons = 6228.83288 Imperial Gallons
If this is a 28-foot round pool filled to a standard depth of four feet, the total volume would be about 18,500 gallons of water.
To discover the number of gallons of water in an 850 square foot pool, we'll need to know the depth of the pool. For a pool with 850 square feet and a known depth in feet, we'll find the volume by multiplying 850 ft 2 by the depth in feet. With the answer in hand (and it will be in ft 3 because w…e'll have a volume of water), we can find the number of gallons. There are about 7.48 gallons of water in a cubic foot. By multiplying our volume in ft 3 by 7.48 (which is the conversion factor), we'll have discovered the volume of the pool in gallons. ( Full Answer )
If it's heavily compacted snow, then one cubic foot weighs in at about 25 lbs. At 8 lbs to the quart, you are looking at less than a gallon of water. Closer to 3 quarts of water.
Conversion : cubic feet per second x 448.831168853 = US gallons per minute . 1 cubic foot per second is therefore about 448.83 US gallons per minute. .
> Best work with cubic feet, first calculate the volume of the tank in cubic feet: = Length * width * height (all dimensions in feet) Then : For US gallons, multiply volume (cubic feet) by 7.4805 For UK gallons, multiply volume (cubic feet) by 6.2288
Volume of a cylinder = (pi) x (radius) 2 x (length) Radius = 1 / 2 of the diameter = 3-ft Volume of a 1-foot section = (pi) x (3) 2 x (1) = 9 pi =28.274 cubic feet = 211.51 gallons (rounded)
Assuming you mean 6 foot diameter round pool, 2 feet deep. V=pir2h=3:14159*(3)2*2=56.5 cu ft. 56,5 cu ft x 7.48 gal/cu ft = 423 gallons
32 foot circumference (C) * 1 foot deep = (C 2 / (4 * pi)) * 1 = 81.487 cubic feet 609.57 gallons (US) 507.57 gallons (imp)
None. A gallon is a measure of volume whereas a cubic foot per second is a measure of flow-rate. The two measure different things and, according to the basic rules of dimensional analysis, conversion from one measure to the other is not valid.
First, you multiply 20 times pi which gives you 62.8318. This is the square feet of surface area. Multiply this by 4 and you get 251.3272. This is the cubic feet. There are 7.48 gallons in each cubic foot so multiply 251.3272 by 7.48 and you get 1879.927 gallons.
A 14 foot diameter tank has a volume of 154 cubic feet per foot of height and it takes 7.48 gallons per cubic foot 7.48 * 154 = 1150 gallons per foot of height
An 18000 gallon pool has approximately 8 gallons per square foot. The actual amount of water varies based on the depth of the pool itself which is used to calculate cubic feet or volume.
2.61 gallons per foot. The answer depends on material type the pipe is made out of and thewall thickness of the pipe.