Q: 600 GPM equals CFS

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45 gph x 60 min/1 hr so multiply by 60 45 gph is 2700 gpm

There are 12,000 Btus per ton of cooling. In order to determine tons of cooling, the formula is: Tons = (dT x GPM) / 24 If you would like to know the tons of cooling in Btus, you would multiply this formula by 12,000.. Tons (Btu) = (dT x GPM x 12,000) / 24 Basic arithmetic yields: Tons (Btu) = (dT x GPM x 500) {12,000 / 24 = 500}

It depends on flow. 2 PSI for 500 GPM 8 PSI for 1000 GPM 18 PSI for 1500 GPM 32 PSI for 2000 GPM This is per 100' ft If your flows are big, ie. defensive conditions, you must relay for anything over a couple hundred feet in length. Capt. Ridgeway Tumwater Fire

A fixture unit is 1 cubic foot of water (7.48 gallons) If your using pumped drainage /soil system then for every GPM of flow rate one has to consider it as ONE FU

Take the gpm of the recirculating pump and multiply by 10/2.4 equal system volume. This is used to estimate expansion tanks. It good plus or minus 10% depending on new additions

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In the foot-lb-sec (FPS) system, an appropriate unit would be cubic feet per second (CFS). A more common unit is gallons per minute (GPM). 1 GPM = .00223 CFS.

3gpm

45 gph x 60 min/1 hr so multiply by 60 45 gph is 2700 gpm

52 gpm

gallon per minute (gpm).

There are 12,000 Btus per ton of cooling. In order to determine tons of cooling, the formula is: Tons = (dT x GPM) / 24 If you would like to know the tons of cooling in Btus, you would multiply this formula by 12,000.. Tons (Btu) = (dT x GPM x 12,000) / 24 Basic arithmetic yields: Tons (Btu) = (dT x GPM x 500) {12,000 / 24 = 500}

Kw x 3412 / 10000 = gpm I think

It doesn't make any difference how many sides of the pool are negative edge, only the total number of linear feet of negative edge and how level you can make the edge. The longer the edge the more important it is that it be level, because even small amounts of out of level require huge flow rates to compensate for. Approximate GPM required per linear foot for various water depths: 1/8" - 5 gpm ¼" - 10 gpm ½" - 17 gpm ¾" - 28 gpm 1" - 40 gpm 1.5" - 70 gpm 2" - 105 gpm As a minimum 5x35=175 GPM

Under 400 GPM at best (without friction)

Most domestic ones flow at a little over 2 gpm.

Yes, a water softener that put out 9gpm will be able to accommodate a home that puts out a 5 gpm.

1 acre-ft = 325,853 gallons 325,853/88gpm = 3703 minutes = 2.57 days