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Our inability to change everything should not stop us from changing what we can.
Now multiple that times your perimeter length in feet. So lets pretend it is 100 feet around
Carl Nystrom wrote:
Now multiple that times your perimeter length in feet. So lets pretend it is 100 feet around
One things that none of these analyses have taken into account yet is what the actual design diameter is... 100 feet of circumference is nearly 32 feet across, and at 4 feet deep would hold almost 25,000 gallons.
I suspect that if the liner is going to be a tarp, then there will be a practical limit to how big the tank can get. I forget how big of a tarp one can buy at home depot, or the like. If you made it narrow enough for a 20' liner, you could also use black polyethylene sheeting. Not sure which would last longer. Material costs per stored gallon go up as you get farther from the height being equal to the radius, but you also get increasing pressure with depth.
How much water are you planning on trying to capture?
Nails are sold by the pound, that makes sense.
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Carl Nystrom wrote:
Now multiple that times your perimeter length in feet. So lets pretend it is 100 feet around
One things that none of these analyses have taken into account yet is what the actual design diameter is... 100 feet of circumference is nearly 32 feet across, and at 4 feet deep would hold almost 25,000 gallons.
I suspect that if the liner is going to be a tarp, then there will be a practical limit to how big the tank can get. I forget how big of a tarp one can buy at home depot, or the like. If you made it narrow enough for a 20' liner, you could also use black polyethylene sheeting. Not sure which would last longer. Material costs per stored gallon go up as you get farther from the height being equal to the radius, but you also get increasing pressure with depth.
How much water are you planning on trying to capture?
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