Not all Olympic Swimming Pools are the same. So you need to know how much water you are going to need in the pool. Takes the length x width x by average depth x 9 Will tell you how many gallons you need. the rate of flow is based on time. If your pool is a million gallons and you need it full in 1 hour that is 1 million GPH (gallons per hour). Say you have 120 hours it will take 8333.GPH to fill. Kenny Kummer Brody Chemical
water can flow at 200km per hour which is amazing! I know that is so cool!
1.5 hours if the rate of flow is constant.
about 60 miles an hour
question cannot be answered because it depends on the water pressure
Nobody can answer this until they know what rate water is entering into the pool. For example if water is entering the pool at 36000 gallons per hour then it will take one hour to fill
600,000 Gallons a second
No. The world's fastest cruise ship, Royal Olympic Cruises' Olympic Voyager, averages only 27 knots (about 30 MPH). The water speed record is only 317.596 miles per hour.
They do not compare. Inches of water is a pressure measurement, GPM is a flow measurement.
I fill my above the ground pool twice a week and run the garden hose for about a hour each time. I live in a hot climate and the water tends to evaporate pretty quickly.
The speed of water flow is the current. The speed of vessels traveling over water may be measured in 'knots" (meaning nautical miles per hour).
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Miles/ Hour A car travels 220 miles in 4 hours. What is the rate of the car in miles per hours?
1 hour and a half, or 90 minutes.
If you mean 24 INCH pipe, then yes, it will easily flow 8000 gallons per hour .
how fast does the amazon river flow
it takes about 24 hour to fill a 12K gallon pool with a single garden hose. it will depend on water pressure and hose or line size but this should give you a good idea.
Quasi- steady flow is one type of transient flow. In the characterized by the absence of inertial or elastic effects on the flow behavior. In such a flow the variation of discharges and pressures with time is gradual and over short time intervals the flow appears to be steady. Typical examples are the drawdown of a reservoir or the variation in demand in water distribution system over a 24- hour period.
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The conversion is: cubic meters per hour x 4.402867539 = US gallons per minute2m3 per hour x 4.402867539 = about 8.806 US gallons per minute
700 gal/ 20 min = 35 gallons/ 1 min * 60 min/ 1 hour= 2100 gallons per hour.
22miles per hour
Very Fast! If roots are dry and leaves are drooping and you water them, it takes less than an hour or so before the leaves start standing back up towards the light...so i think it takes water less than an hour to travel from roots to all the leaves.
what is the flow if some one quotes "5m3 hour filtration capacity"