## ››Convert acre inch/hour [survey] to litre/second

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How many acre inch per hour in 1 liter/second? The answer is 0.035022599791791.
We assume you are converting between acre inch/hour [survey] and litre/second.
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acre inch per hour or liter/second
The SI derived unit for volume flow rate is the cubic meter/second.
1 cubic meter/second is equal to 35.022599791791 acre inch per hour, or 1000 liter/second.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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## ››Quick conversion chart of acre inch per hour to liter/second

1 acre inch per hour to liter/second = 28.55299 liter/second

2 acre inch per hour to liter/second = 57.10598 liter/second

3 acre inch per hour to liter/second = 85.65898 liter/second

4 acre inch per hour to liter/second = 114.21197 liter/second

5 acre inch per hour to liter/second = 142.76496 liter/second

6 acre inch per hour to liter/second = 171.31795 liter/second

7 acre inch per hour to liter/second = 199.87094 liter/second

8 acre inch per hour to liter/second = 228.42393 liter/second

9 acre inch per hour to liter/second = 256.97693 liter/second

10 acre inch per hour to liter/second = 285.52992 liter/second

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