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Flow Rate (volume) Conversion Table

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Conversion Table: Flow Rate (volume)
Unit NameRelation to cubic meter/second [m3/s]
cubic foot/hour [ft3/hr]7.865791E-6 [m3/s]
cubic foot/minute [ft3/min]4.719474E-4 [m3/s]
cubic foot/second [ft3/s]0.028316846592 [m3/s]
cubic inch/hour [in3/hr]4.551962E-9 [m3/s]
cubic inch/minute [in3/min]2.731177E-7 [m3/s]
cubic inch/second [in3/s]1.638706E-5 [m3/s]
cubic meter/hour [m3/hr]2.777778E-4 [m3/s]
cubic meter/minute [m3/min]0.0166666666666667 [m3/s]
cubic meter/second [m3/s]1 [m3/s]
cubic mile/hour [mi3/hr]1.157828E+6 [m3/s]
cubic mile/minute [mi3/min]6.94697E+7 [m3/s]
cubic mile/second [mi3/s]4.168182E+9 [m3/s]
cubic yard/hour [yd3/hr]2.123763E-4 [m3/s]
cubic yard/minute [yd3/min]0.0127425809664 [m3/s]
cubic yard/second [yd3/s]0.764554857984 [m3/s]
gallon/hour [gal/hr][imperial]1.262803E-6 [m3/s]
gallon/hour [gal/hr][US, dry]1.223579E-6 [m3/s]
gallon/hour [gal/hr][US, fluid]1.051503E-6 [m3/s]
gallon/minute [gal/min][imperial]7.576817E-5 [m3/s]
gallon/minute [gal/min][US, dry]7.341473E-5 [m3/s]
gallon/minute [gal/min][US, fluid]6.30902E-5 [m3/s]
gallon/second [gal/s][US, dry]0.00440488377086 [m3/s]
gallon/second [gal/s][US, fluid]0.003785411784 [m3/s]
gallon/second [gal/s][imperial]0.00454609 [m3/s]
gill/hour [gal/hr][imperial]3.946259E-8 [m3/s]
gill/hour [gal/hr][US]3.285948E-8 [m3/s]
gill/minute [gal/min][US]1.971569E-6 [m3/s]
gill/minute [gal/min][imperial]2.367755E-6 [m3/s]
gill/second [gal/s][US]1.182941E-4 [m3/s]
gill/second [gal/s][imperial]1.420653E-4 [m3/s]
liter/hour [l/hr]2.777778E-7 [m3/s]
liter/minute [l/min]1.666667E-5 [m3/s]
liter/second [l/s]0.001 [m3/s]

Related Infomation

The SI Unit of Flow Rate(volume)

Volumetric Flow Rate

The volumetric flow rate in fluid dynamics and hydrometry, (also known as volume flow rate or rate of fluid flow) is the volume of fluid which passes through a given surface per unit time (for example cubic meters per second [m3/s] in SI units, or cubic feet per second [cu ft/s]).
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