## ››Convert slug/foot-second to kilogram/meter-hour

 slug/foot-second kilogram/meter-hour

How many slug/foot-second in 1 kilogram/meter-hour? The answer is 5.8015095068257E-6.
We assume you are converting between slug/foot-second and kilogram/meter-hour.
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The SI derived unit for dynamic viscosity is the pascal second.
1 pascal second is equal to 0.020885434224573 slug/foot-second, or 3600 kilogram/meter-hour.
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## ››Quick conversion chart of slug/foot-second to kilogram/meter-hour

1 slug/foot-second to kilogram/meter-hour = 172368.9324 kilogram/meter-hour

2 slug/foot-second to kilogram/meter-hour = 344737.8648 kilogram/meter-hour

3 slug/foot-second to kilogram/meter-hour = 517106.7972 kilogram/meter-hour

4 slug/foot-second to kilogram/meter-hour = 689475.7296 kilogram/meter-hour

5 slug/foot-second to kilogram/meter-hour = 861844.662 kilogram/meter-hour

6 slug/foot-second to kilogram/meter-hour = 1034213.5944 kilogram/meter-hour

7 slug/foot-second to kilogram/meter-hour = 1206582.5268 kilogram/meter-hour

8 slug/foot-second to kilogram/meter-hour = 1378951.4592 kilogram/meter-hour

9 slug/foot-second to kilogram/meter-hour = 1551320.3916 kilogram/meter-hour

10 slug/foot-second to kilogram/meter-hour = 1723689.324 kilogram/meter-hour

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