About 158.6 gallons per inch for an 18-foot diameter round pool.
8000 Gallons -- ANSWER -- For every foot of water in the pool there is 1,585 imperial gallons.
About 6,691 gallons.
About 7,646.4 gallons.
About 7,600 gallons
About 24,000 gallons
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.
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.
The volume of the 34 x 18 x 4 pool is 2,448 cu ft. There are 7.481 gallons of water in 1 cu ft. The pool will hold a maximum of 18,313.5 gallons.
This can't be determined without knowing the depth of the pool.
Impossible to answer without knowing how deep the pool is. When you know the depth (in feet), plug it into this equation: 18 x 18 x (depth) x 5.9 = # of gallons in the pool.
This pool, with 48 inches of water in it, contains about 7,646 gallons of water.
23000 liters, 16430 gallons
Depending on how full you are getting the pool (vinyl pools typically go to 80%) you are looking at 3,700 gallons for an 18 foot by 36 inch pool.
If that is 4 feet tall and 18 inches in diameter, it would be 16.83 gallons.
It depends. How deep is the pool?
18 x 33 x 5 = 2970 cubic feet 1 cubic foot = 7.48052 gallons therefore, your pool is 22217.1 gallons
18 x 12 x 4 cubic feet.
3.35 feet 18 x 18 x 3.35 x 5.9 = 6403 gallons
It is 30.6 cubic feet = 190.3 Imperial gallons.
4.4 feet of water in an 18-foot round pool equates to about 8,411 gallons.
To fill your 18-foot round pool to a depth of 48" would require about 7,646 gallons of water. If you filled it to 36", the total would decrease to about 5,735 gallons.