## Convert barrel/hour [US] to cubic decimetre/second

 barrel/hour [US] cubic decimetre/second

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How many barrel/hour [US] in 1 cubic decimetre/second? The answer is 30.191091570464. We assume you are converting between barrel/hour [US] and cubic decimetre/second. You can view more details on each measurement unit: barrel/hour [US] or cubic decimetre/second The SI derived unit for volume flow rate is the cubic meter/second. 1 cubic meter/second is equal to 30191.091570464 barrel/hour [US], or 1000 cubic decimetre/second. Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results. Use this page to learn how to convert between barrels/hour and cubic decimeters/second. Type in your own numbers in the form to convert the units!

## Quick conversion chart of barrel/hour [US] to cubic decimetre/second

1 barrel/hour [US] to cubic decimetre/second = 0.03312 cubic decimetre/second

10 barrel/hour [US] to cubic decimetre/second = 0.33122 cubic decimetre/second

20 barrel/hour [US] to cubic decimetre/second = 0.66245 cubic decimetre/second

30 barrel/hour [US] to cubic decimetre/second = 0.99367 cubic decimetre/second

40 barrel/hour [US] to cubic decimetre/second = 1.32489 cubic decimetre/second

50 barrel/hour [US] to cubic decimetre/second = 1.65612 cubic decimetre/second

100 barrel/hour [US] to cubic decimetre/second = 3.31224 cubic decimetre/second

200 barrel/hour [US] to cubic decimetre/second = 6.62447 cubic decimetre/second

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