›› Convert stere/hour to cubic metre/second


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cubic meter/second


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How many stere/hour in 1 cubic meter/second? The answer is 3600.
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The SI derived unit for volume flow rate is the cubic meter/second.
1 stere/hour is equal to 0.00027777777777778 cubic meter/second.
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›› Definition: Cubic meter/second

A cubic metre per second (m3┬Ěs-1, m3/s or cubic meter per second in American English) is a derived SI unit of flow rate equal to that of a cube with sides one metre (100 centimetres or 39.37 inches) in length exchanged or moving each second. It is popularly used for water flow, especially in rivers and streams, and fractions for HVAC values measuring air flow.


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