Q: How many gallons per inch in depth of a pool that is 15' wide x 30' long x 4' avg depth?

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The calculation is: Diameter x Diameter x Depth X 5.9 = Number of Gallons For example: For a 15-foot round pool with a water depth of 3 ft: 15x15x3x5.9 = 3,982 gallons. Since you did not specify the depth of the water, I will provide an answer for a couple of likely depths below. Please note that this is the ACTUAL water depth NOT the height of the pool wall (the water is usually around 6 inchs lower than the wall height). 36 in depth: 3,982 gallons 42 inch depth: 4,646 gallons 48 inch depth: 5,310 gallons ...

Depends on how many seats, depth of the water, curvature of the corners/bottom/seats. Too many factors.

It depends on the depth of the water. Assuming the water in one inch deep, there would be about 13,577 gallons of water in the half acre.

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