Face velocity = cfm / duct cross section area
Multiply cubic feet per minute by 28,316.85 to get cc per minute.
Formula - cubic feet x 1,728 = cubic inches
Divide cubic feet by 27 to get cubic yards.
Cubic feet x 1,728 = cubic inches.
Cubic feet x 0.037 = cubic yards.
cubic inches x 0.000016387 = cubic meters
Cubic meters x 1.31 (or 1.30795062) = cubic yards
convert 40 cm3 to m3
liters x 61.0237 = cubic inches
1 cubic metre = 61023.744 cubic inches (to 3 dp)
To convert cubic feet per minute to cubic meters per minute, use the following formula:cubic feet per minute x 0.0283 (0.0283168466) = cubic meters per minute
1 cubic foot = 1728 cubic inches whether for a round type tree or anything else.
1 cubic foot = 28,316 85 liters
Cubic Feet per Minute (CFM) is the calculation of air volume velocity. It can be calculated using the formula CFM= (fpm*area).
cubic meters x 35.31 = cubic feet cubic feet x 0.02832 = cubic meters
Here it is: cubic feet x 7.481 = US gallons
Cubic Feet Per Minute, or CFM, refers to the measurement for finding the air volume velocity. It is calculated using the formula: CFM = (fpm * area); where fpm denotes feet per minute.
a cubic yard is already a measure of volume. it depends what you are converting from that requires a formula for conversion
1 feet = 0.305meters 1 sq.feet = 0.305x0.305 sq.meters 1 cubic feet = 0.305x0.305x0.305 cubic meters
one cubic inch equals 16.387 cubic centimeters (cc). One cc equals .061ci (cubic inch).For converting cc's to cubic inches, the formula is: cc ÷ 16.387 = ci The formula for converting cubic inches to cc is: cubic inches x 16.387 = ccso One liter or 1000 cc equals 61.023 cubic inches
300 cubic meters per hour is about 176.57 cubic feet per minute.Formula: Cubic meters per hour x 0.5886 (rounded) = cubic feet per minute
There is no constant conversion between volume and weight.
You cannot convert area into volume.
You need to know the area of the duct or pipe in square feet. C.f.m. is cubic feet per minute (quantity) and f.p.m. is feet per minute (velocity). Qcfm= velocityfpm x areasq.ft.