I'm trying to figure out the volume of my in-ground rectangular pool with the dimensions
8' on the deep end
3' on the shallow
The issue is it has a gentle slope from the shallow to deep end but steep sloping sides (3) on the deep end.
It also has a small bump out with steps to walk down into the pool.
The formula I found online for sloping sides was L x W x average depth x.85 (to account for the slope). Does this sound reasonable? Do I add on for the steps? Does this not matter that much? I'm guessing 27,000 gallons.
New house and I'm taking over care of the pool with a salt water chlorine generator. I've gotten the salinity up to the proper range now I've found the cyanuric acid to be about 10! 70-80 is a long way away.