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Q: How do you convert Nm3 per hr to cfm?

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Which type of ton - metric , short,or long? Since it looks like you are converting to gpm (grams/minute?) I'll use a metric ton. 1 metric ton (mT) = 1000 kg 1 (mT/hr) * (1000 kg/1mT) * (1000 grams/1 kg) * (1 hr/ 60 min) Doing the calculations you get: 1 m/hr = 16,666.667 grams/min

around 12 to 13 minutes

10.9 miles per hr. (approx..)

Use unit analysis to solve this problem. In one hour there are 60 minutes and in one day there are 24 hours. That is, hr/60min and day/24hr (The division can be pronounced "per", as in "60 minutes per hour" or "one hour per 60 minutes") Using these two terms, divide out the minutes and multiply in the days: 3500min * hr/60min * day/24hr The "min" units in the numerator of 35000 cancels out with the 60 min in the denominator of hr/60min. Same with the "hr". What you are left with is 3500 * 1/60 * 1day/24 Multiplying this out is approximately 2.43 with the unit of "days" left in the numerator.

20 m/s (1 kl/1000 m)(3600 s/1 hr) = 72 kilometers an hour -------------------------------

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Cmh = cubic meters per hour cfm = cubic feet per minute m3/hr * 35.3ft3/m3 * hr/60minutes = ft3/minute So, 1 cmh = 0.5883 cfm

suppose your line pressure is 2bar so m3/hr= Am3/hr(1+line pressure) and from m3/hr it can be converted to Nm3/hr using ideal gas law

88.7 km/h

Divide by 360000.

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73.33 feet per second.

(66 km/sec) x (3,600 sec/hr) = 237,600 km/hr

Multiply metres per second by 3.6 to get kilometres per hour.

Approx 3.51 cu ft per hour.

104,6 km/h

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