## Convert billion cubic foot/hour to dekalitre/hour

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How many billion cubic foot/hour in 1 dekaliter/hour? The answer is 3.5314666212661E-10. We assume you are converting between billion cubic foot/hour and dekalitre/hour. You can view more details on each measurement unit: billion cubic foot/hour or dekaliter/hour The SI derived unit for volume flow rate is the cubic meter/second. 1 cubic meter/second is equal to 0.00012713279836558 billion cubic foot/hour, or 360000 dekaliter/hour. Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results. Use this page to learn how to convert between billion cubic feet/hour and dekaliters/hour. Type in your own numbers in the form to convert the units!

## Quick conversion chart of billion cubic foot/hour to dekaliter/hour

1 billion cubic foot/hour to dekaliter/hour = 2831684700 dekaliter/hour

2 billion cubic foot/hour to dekaliter/hour = 5663369400 dekaliter/hour

3 billion cubic foot/hour to dekaliter/hour = 8495054100 dekaliter/hour

4 billion cubic foot/hour to dekaliter/hour = 11326738800 dekaliter/hour

5 billion cubic foot/hour to dekaliter/hour = 14158423500 dekaliter/hour

6 billion cubic foot/hour to dekaliter/hour = 16990108200 dekaliter/hour

7 billion cubic foot/hour to dekaliter/hour = 19821792900 dekaliter/hour

8 billion cubic foot/hour to dekaliter/hour = 22653477600 dekaliter/hour

9 billion cubic foot/hour to dekaliter/hour = 25485162300 dekaliter/hour

10 billion cubic foot/hour to dekaliter/hour = 28316847000 dekaliter/hour

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