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Old 01-09-2008, 08:15 AM
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Default m3/h to cfm

i am trying to convert 254 m3/h to cfm. I have several airflow specs in this m3/h format.

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Default Re: m3/h to cfm

Gas or liquid? Volume of a gas depends on temperature and pressure, so you need to be sure the same temperature and pressure are assumed in both unit systems or make further conversion.

Ignoring that

254 m^3/h * 1h/60 min *(1 foot/0.3048 m)^3 = 149.5 cfm
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Old 07-24-2008, 02:11 AM
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thanks for the answer
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Default Re: m3/h to cfm

how to find out the cfm capacity of the blower
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