It depends on the diameter and depth of the pool. It should say on the box.
Depth. To ascend is to go up, and to descend is go down. We measure the height of things above the ground and the depth of things below the ground.
The depth of snow cover has an inverted influence on the depth to which the ground freezes. The more snow, the less depth of frozen ground. The snow acts like an insulator on the ground that reflects sunlight.
We deed to know the area of the pool and the depth of the water to answer this.
The deepest above ground pool in the world has been recorded to having depth levels of 5 m (16 ft.) and 10 m (32 ft.), a large circular pit descending to a depth of 33 m (108 ft.). It is filled with 2,500,000 liters of water and contains several simulated underwater caves at 10 m depth levels.
To calculate this the depth would also be needed
Diameter x Diamater X Depth X 5.2
They use the same measurement, but height is considered to be above the 'zero mark', while depth is below this mark. Often, the ground, floor, or sea level serves as this 'zero mark'.
Place it appx 42" (aff) above finished floor. Be sure it is depth is no more than the depth of the tank top so you do not hit your head when standing up
The town of Lightning Ridge is above ground. Only the opal mine shafts go underground, and these vary in depth.
A good depth for an above ground pool is anywhere between 4 to 5 feet. In most cases, you can build a decorative patio around it to make it look less awkward. In most circumstances, if it's any taller than 5 feet, it goes against certain building codes in some areas.
Ground rods come in 10 ft. lengths. They are to be driven in to that depth, wet ground or not. That is the Code.
The greater the snow depth, the more insulation the snow pack can provide. Therefore, the ground cannot freeze as deep with a thicker snow pack.
It is not, air pressure is greatest at sea level. This is because the air pressure is caused by the weight of the air above you and at sea level the depth of the air column above you is at its maximum.
At greater depth, the pressure increases, due to the weight of the liquid above.
Bulk density generally increases with soil depth due to increasing pressure from the soil column above. Porosity is inversely related to bulk density, thus porosity should decrease as soil depth increases.
The depth of the troposphere varies from more then 16km above the equator to less than 9km above North Pole and South Pole.
There is no specific depth stated. Two to three feed deep with staked angular support from the pole to the ground will do the job fine.
Your round pool has a volume of 2463 cubic ft. The formula to achieve this is Pi * (radius squared) * depth of 4 ft. Converting this to U.S. Gallons comes to 18,425 gallons.
Hi there! Here's the answer, darling: The depth is about 80-90 km. above the sea's level.
Because of the weight of the water above.
it is depth
The frost depth refers to how deeply frost can penetrate into the ground. In Martinsville, Virginia, the frost depth is around 18 inches deep.
It is used to measure the depth of a small hole in the ground.
At greater depth, the weight of the liquid above contributes to the pressure.