One acre-foot is 325,851.4 US gallons of water.
One cubic foot of water is about 7.48 (7.48052) US gallons.
one square foot of water weights how much?
That's the same as saying one cubic foot of water, and it weighs 7.481 pounds. Wrong. 7.5 gals of water in a cubic foot weighing 62.4 pounds.
One cubic foot of water equates to 7.48052 US gallons.
One cubic foot of water is 7.4805 gallons.
Water will 'boil' spontaneously in a vacuum
28.32 liters per cubic foot.
There are 7.481 gallons in one cubic foot.
One inch of rain over one square foot is 1/12 cubic foot of water. A cubic foot of water weighs about 62.4 pounds. 1/12 of that is about 5.2 pounds.
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.
One cudic foot of water weighs 62.5 lbs.
7.48 gallons of water per cubic foot
one foot high water in an area of 66*660 square foot
One acre-foot is about 325,851 US gallons.
The weight of one square foot of water is zero pounds. A square foot is a measurement of area, not volume. Since a square foot has no height, it is not possible to fit even a single hydrogen atom inside a square foot. The weight of a cubic foot of water (a cube with each side equal to one foot) is about 62.42 pounds. The reason that I saw "about" is because the density of water changes according to its temperature, so that a cubic foot of water at 32 degrees Fahrenheit will weigh 62.42 pounds, but at 212 degrees Fahrenheit a cubic foot of water weighs 59.83 pounds.
One cubic foot of sea water contains about 7.5 gallons.
One cubic foot = 7.48 US gallons.
One square foot
The volume of water in a one foot section of 1-inch diameter pipe is about 5.222 ounces.
Before vacuuming an above ground pool you should make certain the water level is mid-way up the skimmer mouth (opening).To manually vacuum an above ground pool, typically you:Insert the vacuum head onto the end of a telescopic pole.Attach one end of the vacuum hose to the vacuum headRemove the skimmer lid and skimmer basketIf you have a vacuum plate, install it.While holding onto the telescopic pole, allow submerse the vacuum head and let the vacuum hose float on top of the pool waterStarting at the end of the vacuum head closest to the vacuum head start feeding the hose down a foot or so into the water.Continue to do this until the air is out of the vacuum hose.Cup one hand over the end of the vacuum hose while putting it into the skimmer either on the vacuum plate or the opening at the bottom of the skimmer.The pump may lose prime but will generally pick prime back up within 10 - 15 seconds.
In a vacuum, there is no atmospheric pressure to keep the water in the liquid state.
One cubic foot can contain up to 28.32 liters of water.