For round pools. All calculations using feet not inches. Multiply pool diameter x pool diameter x pool depth x 5.9 = gallons
A 33-foot round pool with 4 feet of water contains about 25,700 gallons of water.
This pool, when filled with 4.5 feet of water, will contain about 15,300 gallons of water.
A 2-foot round pool with 12 inches of water is holding about 23.6 gallons of water.
Two feet of water in an 8-foot round pool is about 755 gallons.
A 24-foot round pool with 50 inches of water in it is holding about 14,158 gallons.
A round pool that is 16 feet across and is filled with 48 inches of water will contain about 6,041 gallons of water.
If it is a round pool that is 10 feet wide and has 3 feet of water then it contains 1,770 gallons of water.
If the pool is 5 feet deep, the volume will be about 8,500 gallons of water.
This pool has a capacity of about 13,540 gallons of water.
This 8-foot round pool, when filled with 27 inches of water, is holding about 850 gallons of water.
A 15-foot round pool with 52 inches of water is holding about 5,750 gallons. If the water is only 48" deep, the pool would be holding around 5,310 gallons.
27' 52" pool owner - there are 17,500 gallons of water.
This pool can hold a maximum of about 5,707.6 gallons of water.
A 12-foot round pool with 33-inches of water contains 2,336.4 gallons of water.
This pool holds a maximum of about 10,360 gallons of water.
This pool can hold a maximum of 9,400 gallons of water.
An 18-foot round pool with 3 feet of water contains 5,734.8 gallons of water. If you fill it to 4 feet deep it increases to 7,646 gallons of water.
A 36-foot round pool with 52 inches of water is holding around 33,109 gallons. If the water depth was 48 inches, the gallons decreases to 30,585 gallons.
About 28,913 gallons of water.
A 100-foot round pool filled with 1.5 feet of water would be holding about 88,500 gallons.
A 12-foot round pool with 3 feet of water depth contains about 2,550 gallons.