How many horsepower [water] in 1 pound square foot/cubic second?
The answer is 5.6484827282074E-5.
We assume you are converting between horsepower [water] and pound square foot/cubic second.
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The SI derived unit for power is the watt.
1 watt is equal to 0.0013404053117582 horsepower [water], or 23.730360457056 pound square foot/cubic second.
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Quick conversion chart of horsepower [water] to pound square foot/cubic second

1 horsepower [water] to pound square foot/cubic second = 17703.86931 pound square foot/cubic second

2 horsepower [water] to pound square foot/cubic second = 35407.73861 pound square foot/cubic second

3 horsepower [water] to pound square foot/cubic second = 53111.60792 pound square foot/cubic second

4 horsepower [water] to pound square foot/cubic second = 70815.47723 pound square foot/cubic second

5 horsepower [water] to pound square foot/cubic second = 88519.34653 pound square foot/cubic second

6 horsepower [water] to pound square foot/cubic second = 106223.21584 pound square foot/cubic second

7 horsepower [water] to pound square foot/cubic second = 123927.08515 pound square foot/cubic second

8 horsepower [water] to pound square foot/cubic second = 141630.95445 pound square foot/cubic second

9 horsepower [water] to pound square foot/cubic second = 159334.82376 pound square foot/cubic second

10 horsepower [water] to pound square foot/cubic second = 177038.69306 pound square foot/cubic second

unit of power equal to roughly 550 foot-pounds of work per second

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