Normal M^3 / Hr to SCFH?

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Normal M^3 / Hr to SCFH?

Postby seelbach_c » Mon Jul 17, 2006 9:58 pm

Is there a conversion for Normal M^3 / Hr to SCFH?
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Postby Guest » Mon Jul 17, 2006 10:59 pm

1 cu ft = 0.028 316 6466 m^3. That's the easy part

Normal m^3 implies a gas measured at 1 arm, and 0 degrees C.

"Standard" is ambiguous. It is measured at 1 atm, but different "standards" may be 15, 20, or 25 degrees C, (or even 60 degrees F which is "almost" 15 C). Once you find the "standard" conditions being used, use the ideal gas law to transform the volume form "normal" to "standard" conditions, then use the cubic meter to cubic foot number above.
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