That's the same as converting cubic meter to kilograms. You can't do it, unless you know the density of the specific substance you are working with.
You multiply by the number of feeds per meter and by the number of minutes per hour.
Convert standard cubic meter per hour to million million standard cubic feet per day?
1 Normal Cubic Meter Per Hour (NCMH) = 1.056 Standard Cubic Meters Per Hour (SCMH)
cubic meters per hour x 1,000 = liters per hour
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impossible as cubic meter per hour is volume flow rate while psi is pressure unit.
This depends on what substance and at what temperature at sea level. Cubic feet is a volume. Kilogram is a weight. Give me a substance and I'll tell you how.
It seems to depend on several variables, like temperature, pressure and relative humidity. Use the handy converter at the related link.
2 million US gallons per day = 315.451 cubic meters per hour.
The conversion factor is 3.6. So, liters per second x 3.6 = cubic meters per hour.
(N cubic meter/hour) x (3.28084 feet/meter)3 x (1 hour/60 minutes) = 0.58858 N cubic feet/minute(rounded)