how to calculate the volume of water in the water tank
(5'x5'x5')? what"s the formula?
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Answer / deepak
1 cft = 28.37 litres of water.
So 125 cft of tank can handle 3546.25 litres of water.
Is This Answer Correct ? | 362 Yes | 51 No |
Answer / bert05
one cubic meter is equal to 35.315 cubic feet. so one cubic
feet = 1/35.315 cubic meter = 0.0283 cubic meter
L=5'
w=5'
h=5'
V=L*W*H
=5'*5'*5'
=125 Cubic feet
125*0.0283
=3,538 cubic meter
=3,538 litres volume of water in the tank
Is This Answer Correct ? | 275 Yes | 65 No |
Answer / bala
Take the internal diemention of the tank with the present
depth of water in meters and derive the volume(cu.m} then
multiply by 1000 to get the result in litres.
To know the actual capacity of a tank measure the depth
form the base to the sill of overflow sleeve and calculate.
Is This Answer Correct ? | 168 Yes | 41 No |
Answer / bangaru babu
calculate the water tank volume in cuft.
1cuft = 28.32 liters
example : if u got the volume of water tank is 200cuft
then vol of water = 28.32 x 200 = 5664 liters
From the above u can understand that for every 100 cuft volume nearly 2832 liters of water is stored.
Is This Answer Correct ? | 98 Yes | 32 No |
Answer / akbar_u2u
Lenght=5'
Breadth=5'
Height=5'
Formula to be used..
volum=Lenght*Breadth*Height
volume=5'*5'*5'
volume=125cft
Is This Answer Correct ? | 91 Yes | 29 No |
Answer / sachin kesarkar
assuming free board=150mm=.5feet
hence height=4.5feets
now total volume=5*5*4.5=112.5cubic feet
hence112.5/35.28=3.18cubic metres
now 1metre cube=1000litres
hence 3.18*1000=3180litres
Is This Answer Correct ? | 53 Yes | 22 No |
Answer / santosh
volume is calculated as
1)for circular tank
v = 3.412/4 X d2 x height of tank
2) for rectangular tank
v = l x b x h
Is This Answer Correct ? | 44 Yes | 21 No |
Answer / anil
one cubic meter is equal to 35.315 cubic feet. so one cubic
feet = 1/35.315 cubic meter = 0.0283 cubic meter
L=5'
w=5'
h=5'
V=L*W*H
=5'*5'*5'
=125 Cubic feet
125*0.0283
=3,538 cubic meter
=3,538 litres volume of water in the tank
Is This Answer Correct ? 38 Yes 4 No
Bert05
Answer
# 4 5'X5'X5'=125cu.ft
Is This Answer Correct ? 54 Yes 23 No
Sri
Answer
# 5 calculate the water tank volume in cuft.
1cuft = 28.32 liters
example : if u got the volume of water tank is 200cuft
then vol of water = 28.32 x 200 = 5664 liters
From the above u can understand that for every 100 cuft volume nearly 2832 liters of water is stored.
Is This Answer Correct ? 33 Yes 11 No
Bangaru Babu
Answer
# 6 Lenght=5'
Breadth=5'
Height=5'
Formula to be used..
volum=Lenght*Breadth*Height
volume=5'*5'*5'
volume=125cft
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Akbar_u2u
Answer
# 7 assuming free board=150mm=.5feet
hence height=4.5feets
now total volume=5*5*4.5=112.5cubic feet
hence112.5/35.28=3.18cubic metres
now 1metre cube=1000litres
hence 3.18*1000=3180litres
Is This Answer Correct ? 22 Yes 8 No
Sachin Kesarkar
Answer
# 8 125.000 Cubic Feet = 3,539.606 Litres
Is This Answer Correct ? 16 Yes 5 No
Prashankumar
Answer
# 9 volume is calculated as
1)for circular tank
v = 3.412/4 X d2 x height of tank
2) for rectangular tank
v = l x b x h
Is This Answer Correct ? | 17 Yes | 7 No |
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