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How many barrel/minute in 1 centiliter/day?
The answer is 4.3679241276713E-8.
We assume you are converting between barrel/minute [petroleum] and centilitre/day.
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barrel/minute or centiliter/day
The SI derived unit for volume flow rate is the cubic meter/second.
1 cubic meter/second is equal to 377.3886446308 barrel/minute, or 8640000000 centiliter/day.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
Use this page to learn how to convert between barrels/minute and centiliters/day.
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1 barrel/minute to centiliter/day = 22894170.5664 centiliter/day
2 barrel/minute to centiliter/day = 45788341.1328 centiliter/day
3 barrel/minute to centiliter/day = 68682511.6992 centiliter/day
4 barrel/minute to centiliter/day = 91576682.2656 centiliter/day
5 barrel/minute to centiliter/day = 114470852.832 centiliter/day
6 barrel/minute to centiliter/day = 137365023.3984 centiliter/day
7 barrel/minute to centiliter/day = 160259193.9648 centiliter/day
8 barrel/minute to centiliter/day = 183153364.5312 centiliter/day
9 barrel/minute to centiliter/day = 206047535.0976 centiliter/day
10 barrel/minute to centiliter/day = 228941705.664 centiliter/day
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