How many petrograd standard/hour in 1 decilitre/second? The answer is 0.077050180827625. We assume you are converting between petrograd standard/hour and decilitre/second. You can view more details on each measurement unit: petrograd standard/hour or decilitre/second The SI derived unit for volume flow rate is the cubic meter/second. 1 cubic meter/second is equal to 770.50180827625 petrograd standard/hour, or 10000 decilitre/second. Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results. Use this page to learn how to convert between petrograd standard/hour and deciliters/second. Type in your own numbers in the form to convert the units!

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1 petrograd standard/hour to decilitre/second = 12.97855 decilitre/second

2 petrograd standard/hour to decilitre/second = 25.95711 decilitre/second

3 petrograd standard/hour to decilitre/second = 38.93566 decilitre/second

4 petrograd standard/hour to decilitre/second = 51.91422 decilitre/second

5 petrograd standard/hour to decilitre/second = 64.89277 decilitre/second

6 petrograd standard/hour to decilitre/second = 77.87133 decilitre/second

7 petrograd standard/hour to decilitre/second = 90.84988 decilitre/second

8 petrograd standard/hour to decilitre/second = 103.82844 decilitre/second

9 petrograd standard/hour to decilitre/second = 116.80699 decilitre/second

10 petrograd standard/hour to decilitre/second = 129.78555 decilitre/second

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