Originally Posted by Unregistered
How do I convert feet per second to cubic feet per minute
I assume something is flowing at a linear velocity. To get volumetric flow, multiply by the cross sectional area of the flow (you need that area in square feet). Then you will have cubic feet per second, multiply by 60 s/min to get cubic feet per minute.
As Robert points out, if it is a gas, volume changes (dramatically) with temperature and pressure and you will have to correct for any change in those conditions.