Q: How many gallons of fuel oil does one inch equal in a 500 gallon fuel tank?

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Approx 18.18 US gallons. Here's how: 1 US gallon = 231 in³. So we have (14 in)(50 in)(6 in)/(231 in/gallon) = 18.18 gallons.

This is an 80 gallon tank.

0.3672 gallon per foot of pipe.

It is 7.83 gallons per inch. .785x4x4x1=12.56 cubic feet. 12.56 cubic feet x 7.48 gallons per cubic foot=93.9 gallons per foot 93.9 gallons per foot / 12 inches per foot =7.83 gallons per inch.

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One cubic inch is equal to 0.004329004 gallons. (cubic inches) * 0.004329004 = gallons

Here is a tank chart that should help. Generally, the oil tank has a bit of "headroom" at the top, so, for example, a 275 gallon tank only holds about 256 gallons of useable fuel. Check with your local fuel company to determine the useable fuel volume your tank contains. http://www.sippin.com/oil%20tank%20measure%20chart.htm

1 gallon = 231 cubic inches 1 cubic inch = 0.004329 gallon (rounded)

2/1/12th GALLON

One gallon.

A 150-gallon drum contains 0.0036 gallon per cubic inch.

110.2 gallons per inch.

Approx 18.18 US gallons. Here's how: 1 US gallon = 231 in³. So we have (14 in)(50 in)(6 in)/(231 in/gallon) = 18.18 gallons.

It depends entirely on the shape of the tank.

13.9 gallons per inch of depth.

This is an 80 gallon tank.

None - the question is meaningless. An inch is a measure of distance, a gallon is a measure of volume.