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If it be a square tank, the side of tank should be 8.52 m to hold about 619950 litres of water. In case you have to design a cylindrical tank you can find out the radius and height as follows
6,19,950,000 cc= 3.14*r*r*h
Say the height of the tank is equal to radius, then
r=582 cm or 5.82 m
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Surely that is dependant upon the other two dimensions.
However to expand: 1 litre = .001 cubic metres, which means that the tank will be almost 620 cubic metres or 3.1 metres by 2 metres by 100 metres.
Well, you get the idea
Nick is right ..
I am agree with him for storage capacity of 619950 litre water tank.
If you want any ideas regarding storage then contact store-11 in Singapore.
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