7.48 gallons of water per cubic foot
A 15 cubic foot tank will hold a maximum of about 112.2 gallons of water.
452 cubic feet will contain a maximum of 3,381.2 US gallons of water.
A maximum of 149,610.39 gallons.
240 cubic feet equates to a volume of 1,795.32 gallons.
1 cubic foot = 7.48051948 US Gallons = 6.22883288 Imperial Gallons Therefore, 1000 cubic feet = 7480.51948 US Gallons = 6228.83288 Imperial Gallons
One cubic foot is a measure of volume. A one cubic meter container could hold up about 264 gallons of water.
The average swimming pool will hold about 16,000 gallons of water. This is true for a 2700 cubic foot pool.
As an example, a 150 cubic-foot container can hold up to 1,122 gallons of water.
96 cubic feet will hold a little over 718 gallons
A square foot cannot hold water its 2 dimensional. What you see is what you get . A one cubic foot container can hold 7.48 US gallons of liquid.
1350 cubic feet is the capicity of the pool which will hold 10,098 gallons of water
A 7 cubic ft. freezer will hold approximately 52.362 US gallons
It will hold 538.6 US gallons of water.
A 1-cubic meter tank would hold 264.172 gallons of water.
Do you mean a cylinder with a diameter of 5 feet and length of 12 feet? This would hold about 235.6 cubic feet or 1762.5 gallons
About 0.35 cubic feet or about 2.6 gallons.
fairly easy calculation... 18*33*4 = 2,376 cubic feet of water. There are approx 7.5 gallons per cubic foot, so, 2,376*7.5=17,820 gallons of water
30 feet X 15 feet X 4 feet would be (30 X 15 X 4) = 1,800 cubic feet of water.1 cubic foot of water = 7.48051948 US gallonsso 1,800 X 7.48051948 = 13,464.935064 gallons.
There is not enough information to answer this question. Use the equation (in feet) Length X Width X Average Depth X 7.5 (for gallons in a cubic foot) Equals Gallons of water in a pool.
A 35,200 cubic foot container can hold up to 263,314.29 gallons.
you need another dimension. The volume will be in cubic feet. A 4' X 16' tank will hold approximately 398.656 imperial gallons or 478.784 US gallons for each foot of height of the tank. The conversion is 1 cubic foot = 6.229 Imperial gallons or 7.481 US gallons.
20 x 10 x 5 = 1000 cubic ft. tank capacity. There are 7.48052 U.S. gallons in a cubic foot. The tank will hold 7.48052 x 1000 = 7480.52 U.S.gallons. (Or approx. 6228.8 Imperial gallons because they are bigger in volume). (There are 6.2288 Imperial gallons in a cubic foot).
Volume of a cylinder = Pi x r2 x height cubic feet = 3.14 X (radius X radius) X depth 1 cubic foot = 7.48 gallons OR...... 13,529 gallons of water!
4,503 gallons of water.
This pipe can hold up to 0.5 cubic foot or 3.7 gallons of water.