# What is measured in cubic meters per second?

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## What is measured in cubic meters per second?

A cubic metre per second (m3s−1, m3/s, cumecs or cubic meter per second in American English) is a derived SI unit of volumetric flow rate equal to that of a stere or cube with sides of one metre (39.37 in) in length exchanged or moving each second.

## What is the rate of water flow in cubic meters per second?

1000 liters per second

## What is cubic meter per hour?

Cubic Meter Per Hour (m3/h) has a dimension of L3T-1 where L is length, and T is time. It can be converted to the corresponding standard SI unit m3/s by multiplying its value by a factor of 0. Other units in the category of Volume flow rate include Acre Foot Per Month (acre-ft/month), Barrel (US, Liq.)

## How do you convert meters per second to cubic meters per hour?

Cubic Meters per Second to Cubic Meters per Hour Conversion 1 Cubic meter per second (m3/s) is equal to 3600 cubic meters per hour (m3/h). To convert cubic meters per second to cubic meters per hour, multiply the cubic meters per second value by 3600.

## How do you convert kg’s to m3 s?

Conversion chart – kilograms (water mass) per second to cubic meters per second

- kilogram (water mass) per second to cubic meters per second = 0.0010 m3/sec.
- kilograms (water mass) per second to cubic meters per second = 0.0020 m3/sec.
- kilograms (water mass) per second to cubic meters per second = 0.0030 m3/sec.

## How do you calculate m3 s?

Just let the fluid flow into a measuring tank over a period of time then divide the measured volume (m3) by the lenght of time (s) to get m3/s.

## How do you convert m3’s to kg S?

To link to this flow – cubic meter per second to kilograms per second – Gasoline units converter, only cut and paste the following code into your html….

conversion result for two flow units: | ||
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From unit Symbol | Equals Result | To unit Symbol |

1 cubic meter per second m3/sec | = 739.33 | kilograms per second – Gasoline kg/sec |

## What is the SI unit for volume?

Volume. The SI unit of volume is the cube of the SI unit of length, and so it is the cubic metre (m3).

## What are three units of volume?

Three common units of volume are:

- cubic centimeters.
- liters.
- gallons.

## What are unit symbols?

SI base units

Quantity | Unit | Symbol |
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Mass | kilogram | kg |

Time | second | s |

Electric current | ampere | A |

Thermodynamic temperature | kelvin | K |

## What is the symbol for CM?

centimetre | |
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Symbol | cm |

Conversions | |

1 cm in … | … is equal to … |

SI units | 10 mm |

## How do you write CM?

A centimeter is a metric unit of measurement used for measuring the length of an object. It is written as cm.

## Why are 12 inches called a foot?

The shortest way of writing the unit “foot” is by the abbreviation “ft” (or “ft.”), or by a prime symbol ( ′ ). One foot contains 12 inches. This is equal to 30.48 centimetres. It is called a foot, because it was originally based on the length of a foot.

## Is inch bigger than feet?

The question is ambiguous; there are 12 inches in each foot of measurement. So 12 is greater than one, but a foot is equal to 12 inches in length, so equal length. But one foot is longer than one inch in a length measurement.

## Why does a foot have 12 inches?

Inch: At first an inch was the width of a man’s thumb. In the 14th century, King Edward II of England ruled that 1 inch equalled 3 grains of barley placed end to end lengthwise. Foot: In ancient times, the foot was 111/42 inches. Today it is 12 inches, the length of the average man’s foot.

## Is a foot long 12 inches?

Following mediation and after prolonged haggling, the parties finally agreed to a proposed settlement whereby Subway agreed to a number of quality-control protocols to ensure, to the extent possible, that its footlong sandwich bread measured 12 inches long.

## Why do Americans measure feet?

In many cases people would pace out a distance by walking it and give the unit of measure in “feet”. It is said that King Henry I of England, whose rule began in 1100, decided to standardize this unit of measure with his foot as the new standard unit of length.