About 3,983 gallons.
A cylinder with a diameter of 19 inches and a height of 12 inches can hold up to 14.73 gallons of water.
58.75 gallons of water.
If that is 4 feet tall and 18 inches in diameter, it would be 16.83 gallons.
165.7 gallons of water.
24.5 gallons of water.
If it is a round 18' in diameter and a constant 52" deep then the volume is 158.6 gallons per inch. 52 inches would then be 8247.2 gallons.
For round pools. All calculations using feet not inches. Multiply pool diameter x pool diameter x pool depth x 5.9 = gallons
1,049.1 gallons of water.
One foot of water in a round pool with a diameter of six feet is about 211Â½ gallons.
ANSWER IS: 754.37 GALLONS ANSWER IS: 754.37 GALLONS
A cylinder 50 feet in height and 6 inches in diameter can hold up to 73.44 gallons of water.
A round, 16' diameter 4' deep pool has a capacity of about 6,016 gallons of water.
This 8-foot round pool, when filled with 27 inches of water, is holding about 850 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.
If 24 inches is the diameter, there are 141,004 gallons of water. If 24 inches is the radius, there are 564,018 gallons of water.
21 inches of water in a round pool that is 27 feet 3 inches across is about 7,667 gallons.
Assuming that 24' is the diameter of the pool, then the volume of the pool is 3,387,491.39 cubic inches. There are 231 cubic inches in a gallon, so the pool holds 14,664.46 gallons of water.
About 28,913 gallons of water.
A round pool with a 10-foot diameter and a 3-foot depth can hold up to 1,762 gallons of water.
An 8-foot round pool filled to a depth of 13 inches would contain about 410 gallons of water.
A 24-foot round pool with 50 inches of water in it is holding about 14,158 gallons.