Use formula for volume of cylinder, V=pi x radius squared x depth. Where Pi=3.14, radius= 13.5 feet,and depth= 4 feet. The answer will be in cubic feet. I calculate it to be 2299.06 cubic feet but I'm half asleep. Use various conversion factors to get other volume measures.
For a round above ground pool, the calculation is:
Diameter x Diameter x Depth X 5.9 = Number of Gallons
Please note that the depth is the ACTUAL water depth NOT the height of the pool wall (the water is usually around 6 inchs lower than the wall height).
For your example:
For a 27-foot round pool with a actual water depth of 3.5 ft: 27x27x3.5x5.9 = 15,054 or around 15,000 gallons.
Hope this helps ...
How deep is the pool. It matters.
About 4,490 gallons of water.
About 2,794 gallons of water.
About 7,645 gallons.
About 5,730 gallons.
It holds up to 10,408 gallons of water.
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Approximatly 7647 gallons of water, according to my pool records.
Approx 3437 Imperial gallons.
Approximately 4,400 gallons.
The pool has a volume of 538.7844 cu ft for a capacity of 4030.6 gallons of water.
I can calculate how much water it will take to fill the pool but not the cost. The cost has to be determined by how much you pay for water where you live. The volume of the 24ft round pool x 5ft deep pool (assuming the dimensions given are inside dimensions) is 2,261.952 cu ft and will hold 16,921.662 gallons of water.
About 7,650 gallons.
To fill it all the way to the top (33") would require about 2,336 gallons of water.
48 what deep? Inches, miles, etc.
About 6,042 gallons of water.
About 3,758 gallons.
At 7.48 gallons per cubic foot that is 3.14x30x30/4x52 x7.48 /12 = 22,900 gallons