The volume of the pool is 36.4 cubic meters. There are 1000 liters in a cubic meter. You will need 36400 liters to fill the object.
It would take 64 m3 of water, which is 64000 liters or about 16,907 gallons.
I think you mean LITERS and FILL. You have to know the volume of the pool in cubic meters. Multiply its length x height x width to get cubic meters. Multiply that by 1000 to get liters.
It depends... how long, wide, and deep it is.
None. You've removed enough dirt or mud to create a void of 18 cubic meters.There's nothing in the hole now. It would take 18,000 liters of any substance to fill it.
That depends on the size of the pool is it a 2 stroke or a 4 stroke pool
You need 8750 cubic meters of water to fill your pool. That's 8,750,000 liters.
A billion litres of water would fill 400 Olympic sized swimming pools.
Olympic pool = 2,500,000 Liters = 5,283,441.0472 pints
IF ITS JUST A SERVICE PAN off filter change 5 liters a rebuild dry fill 11 liters
It takes about 50 liters to fill a bathtub sufficient to bathe. To fill it so that most of the body is submerged would take about 150 liters.
Approximately 4,400 gallons.
11 hours and 40 minutes
40000 liters calculation: 8m x 5m x 1m = 40 meters cubed 1 meter cubed = 1000 liters of water so 40 cubic meters = 40000 liters of water
if it's 4 ft deep 21,139.948 gal.
A 28 meter square is 28 times 28 meters or 784 square meters. If it is one tenth of a meter (10 cm) deep, it has a volume of 78.4 cubic metersIf you mean 28 square meters (like a pool 4 meters by 7 meters) then the volume one tenth of a meter deep is 2.8 cubic meters.
Let me get this clear - - -you want to FILL the pool with tile. It would take truck loads
It will fill a large bathtub.