›› Convert stere/hour to cusec


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How many stere/hour in 1 cusec? The answer is 101.9406492.
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The SI derived unit for volume flow rate is the cubic meter/second.
1 cubic meter/second is equal to 3600 stere/hour, or 35.314666212661 cusec.
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›› Quick conversion chart of stere/hour to cusec

1 stere/hour to cusec = 0.00981 cusec

10 stere/hour to cusec = 0.0981 cusec

50 stere/hour to cusec = 0.49048 cusec

100 stere/hour to cusec = 0.98096 cusec

200 stere/hour to cusec = 1.96193 cusec

500 stere/hour to cusec = 4.90481 cusec

1000 stere/hour to cusec = 9.80963 cusec



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›› Definition: Cusec

This abbreviation for cubic foot per second, common in the British Commonwealth countries (except Canada), is not used by the US Geological Survey; instead, cfs is used.


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