Q: How much water to fill a 15 foot round pool?

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To give you an idea, a 36-foot by 18-foot by 5-foot deep pool takes about 24,000 gallons of water to fill.

If you fill it to four feet deep, the total is 10,408 gallons of water.

Depends on the depth of the water. If you go to four feet deep the total would be about 13,594 gallons.

7.48 US gallons of water.

a pool is a cylinder. the volume is the surface area times the depth. the surface area is pi ( 3.14) times the radius squared which in your case is 3.14 x 12 x12 =462 square feet. multiply the depth in feet 4 feet ( you don't fill it right to the top) =1848 cubic feet. there are 8 gallons in a cubic foot of water therefore you need 14,784 gallons of water to fill a 24 by 52 foot round pool

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To fill a round pool that is 18 feet in diameter and 5 feet deep, you would need approximately 14 cubic yards of earth.

5.ooo to 65oo gallons of water

Is the 22 inch round measurement the circumference? The height of the container must also be given.

One foot is 30.45cm if I am not mistaken. That is 3.45dm One liter of water fits in one cubic decimeter. The rest is up to you.

15000 gallons

4500 gallons