You can fit 752.32 gallons of fluid in a cylinder that measures 4 feet in diameter and 8 feet in depth.
Around 22,870 liters of water.
A 22-foot round pool that is 4 feet deep holds about 43,238.5 liters of water.
A 21 foot round pool that is 4.5 feet deep contains about 44,321.7 liters of water.
A 30 foot round pool 4.5 feet deep can contain about 90,452.4 liters of water.
Approximately 28,945 liters.
About 45,025 liters.
About 39,397 liters.
About 28,945 liters.
About 129,715 liters.
About 49,246.3 liters of water.
1foot=0.3048meter 16foot = 4.8768meter 8foot = 2.4384meter 4.8m by 2.4m = 11.89m2
The volume 10 foot times 5 foot times 2 foot is 100 cubic feet. 100 cubic feet are 2831.6846592 liters.
There is 98.17477042 cubic feet of dirt in a 5 foot deep hole that is 5 foot across.
One foot of water in a round pool with a diameter of six feet is about 211Â½ gallons.
21 foot what? Radius, diameter or circimference? Presumably 4 feet deep?
I would need to know the depth of the pool.
Yes you can.
I assume you mean 5 foot diameter AND 6 inches deep: 9.8125 cu.ft. = 73.3975 gallons
A round pool with a 16-foot diameter and a 4-foot depth has a maximum capacity of about 6,016 gallons of water.
0, 21ftx4ft is a flat surface, water will just slide off
If the 24' is the circumference (distance around the outside), then: Diameter = Circumference / pi = 7.6394 ft.Radius = Diameter / 2 = 3.8197 ft.Area = pi * radius^2 = 45.8366 sq. ft.Volume = A * depth = 206.2648 cu. ft. = 5841.42 liters (because 1 cubic ft = 28.32 liters). If the 24' is the diameter, then your numbers are: Radius = 12'Area = 452.39 sq. ft.Volume = 2035.75 cu. ft. or 57652.5 liters.
3982.5 Gallons. Formula is based on diameter x diameter x depth x 5.9