Now that I have been sarcastic.... I don't know what concrete weighs per cubic inch. But with the standard 4 or 6 inch thick slab, I doubt that it weighs 6.5 lbs per square inch, so I think you need a pump.
6 1/2 PSI. Ask a structural engineer.
1.47 gallons per foot x 15 = 22.5 gallons 22.5 gallons x 8.34 weight per gallon = 183.86 pounds of water to push up. aint gonna happen,,,GOT PUMP? water will equal itself out, it wont rise without the hole thing rising i am not a math nerd, so my answer is most likely wrong..
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