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How many cubic foot/second in 1 trillion cubic foot/hour? The answer is 277777777.77778.
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The SI derived unit for volume flow rate is the cubic meter/second.
1 cubic meter/second is equal to 35.314666212661 cubic foot/second, or 1.2713279836558E-7 trillion cubic foot/hour.
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›› Definition: Cubic foot/second

A cubic foot per second (also cfs, cu ft/s, cusec and ft³/s) is an Imperial unit / U.S. customary unit volumetric flow rate, which is equivalent to a volume of 1 cubic foot flowing every second.

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