﻿ Convert lb/h to m3/sec | pound (water mass) per hour to cubic meters per second

# flow rate units conversion

## Amount: 1 pound (water mass) per hour (lb/h) of flow rate Equals: 0.00000013 cubic meters per second (m3/sec) in flow rate

Converting pound (water mass) per hour to cubic meters per second value in the flow rate units scale.

TOGGLE :   from cubic meters per second into pounds (water mass) per hour in the other way around.

## flow rate from pound (water mass) per hour to cubic meter per second conversion results

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How many cubic meters per second are in 1 pound (water mass) per hour? The answer is: 1 lb/h equals 0.00000013 m3/sec

## 0.00000013 m3/sec is converted to 1 of what?

The cubic meters per second unit number 0.00000013 m3/sec converts to 1 lb/h, one pound (water mass) per hour. It is the EQUAL flow rate value of 1 pound (water mass) per hour but in the cubic meters per second flow rate unit alternative.

 lb/h/m3/sec flow rate conversion result From Symbol Equals Result Symbol 1 lb/h = 0.00000013 m3/sec

## Conversion chart - pounds (water mass) per hour to cubic meters per second

1 pound (water mass) per hour to cubic meters per second = 0.00000013 m3/sec

2 pounds (water mass) per hour to cubic meters per second = 0.00000025 m3/sec

3 pounds (water mass) per hour to cubic meters per second = 0.00000038 m3/sec

4 pounds (water mass) per hour to cubic meters per second = 0.00000050 m3/sec

5 pounds (water mass) per hour to cubic meters per second = 0.00000063 m3/sec

6 pounds (water mass) per hour to cubic meters per second = 0.00000076 m3/sec

7 pounds (water mass) per hour to cubic meters per second = 0.00000088 m3/sec

8 pounds (water mass) per hour to cubic meters per second = 0.0000010 m3/sec

9 pounds (water mass) per hour to cubic meters per second = 0.0000011 m3/sec

10 pounds (water mass) per hour to cubic meters per second = 0.0000013 m3/sec

11 pounds (water mass) per hour to cubic meters per second = 0.0000014 m3/sec

12 pounds (water mass) per hour to cubic meters per second = 0.0000015 m3/sec

13 pounds (water mass) per hour to cubic meters per second = 0.0000016 m3/sec

14 pounds (water mass) per hour to cubic meters per second = 0.0000018 m3/sec

15 pounds (water mass) per hour to cubic meters per second = 0.0000019 m3/sec

Convert flow rate of pound (water mass) per hour (lb/h) and cubic meters per second (m3/sec) units in reverse from cubic meters per second into pounds (water mass) per hour.

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This unit-to-unit calculator is based on conversion for one pair of two flow rate units. For a whole set of multiple units for volume and mass flow on one page, try the Multi-Unit converter tool which has built in all flowing rate unit-variations. Page with flow rate by mass unit pairs exchange.

# Converter type: flow rate units

First unit: pound (water mass) per hour (lb/h) is used for measuring flow rate.
Second: cubic meter per second (m3/sec) is unit of flow rate.

QUESTION:
15 lb/h = ? m3/sec

15 lb/h = 0.0000019 m3/sec

Abbreviation, or prefix, for pound (water mass) per hour is:
lb/h
Abbreviation for cubic meter per second is:
m3/sec

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