35.3146667 (cubic feet) per second == Converters: * NOAA: http://www.srh.noaa.gov/wgrfc/resources/convert.html#flow
You cannot. Cubic metre per second is a measure of flow while cubic decameters is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and it makes no sense to try to convert from one to the other.
It is in cubic metres!
Pounds per cubic foot of volume and used to weight the two do not compare.
A 1.5 cubic foot per second flow of water equates to 2,592 cubic inches of flow per second.
You can't. Meters per second is a straight off speed, CFM(cubic feet per minute) is a flow rate. You could convert cubic meters/second into CFM though. Here's a link that'll help you with that:http://www.heatsink-guide.com/content.php?content=conversion.shtml
One cusec flow is equal to 0.028317 cubic meters per second.
unless you know the density of the cubic meter, you can't convert the flow rate.
This question cannot be answered sensibly. A cubic metre per second is a measure of volume flow rate, with dimensions [L3T-1]. A foot per second is a measure of linear flow rate, with dimensions [L1T-1]. Basic dimensional analysis teaches that in most cases you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions without additional information.
River 'speed' is not measured by actual speed of meters per second, but rather how much water flows through per second.?æThe Red River of the North has an average flow of 8,617 cubic feet per second. Its maximum flow is 152,900 cubic feet per second, while its minimum flow is 491 cubic feet per second.
1 cubic foot per second = 7.481 gallons per second
2,000 to 3,000 cubic feet per second.