# flow rate units conversion

**Amount:** 1 Million standard cubic feet of gas per day (MMSCFD at 15°C) of gas flow

**Equals:** 2,595,220.74 pounds (water mass) per hour (lb/h) in flow rate

Converting **Million standard cubic feet of gas per day** to **pounds (water mass) per hour** value in the flow rate units scale.

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How many pounds (water mass) per hour are in 1 Million standard cubic feet of gas per day? The answer is: 1 MMSCFD at 15°C equals 2,595,220.74 lb/h

## 2,595,220.74 lb/h is converted to 1 of what?

The pounds (water mass) per hour unit number 2,595,220.74 lb/h converts to 1 MMSCFD at 15°C, one Million standard cubic feet of gas per day. **It is the EQUAL gas flow value of 1 Million standard cubic feet of gas per day but in the pounds (water mass) per hour flow rate unit alternative.**

MMSCFD at 15°C/lb/h flow rate conversion result | ||||

From | Symbol | Equals | Result | Symbol |

1 | MMSCFD at 15°C | = | 2,595,220.74 | lb/h |

## Conversion chart - *Million standard cu-ft in gas per day* to *pounds (water mass) per hour*

1 Million standard cubic feet of gas per day to pounds (water mass) per hour = 2,595,220.74 lb/h

2 Million standard cu-ft in gas per day to pounds (water mass) per hour = 5,190,441.48 lb/h

3 Million standard cu-ft in gas per day to pounds (water mass) per hour = 7,785,662.22 lb/h

4 Million standard cu-ft in gas per day to pounds (water mass) per hour = 10,380,882.96 lb/h

5 Million standard cu-ft in gas per day to pounds (water mass) per hour = 12,976,103.70 lb/h

6 Million standard cu-ft in gas per day to pounds (water mass) per hour = 15,571,324.43 lb/h

7 Million standard cu-ft in gas per day to pounds (water mass) per hour = 18,166,545.17 lb/h

8 Million standard cu-ft in gas per day to pounds (water mass) per hour = 20,761,765.91 lb/h

9 Million standard cu-ft in gas per day to pounds (water mass) per hour = 23,356,986.65 lb/h

10 Million standard cu-ft in gas per day to pounds (water mass) per hour = 25,952,207.39 lb/h

11 Million standard cu-ft in gas per day to pounds (water mass) per hour = 28,547,428.13 lb/h

12 Million standard cu-ft in gas per day to pounds (water mass) per hour = 31,142,648.87 lb/h

13 Million standard cu-ft in gas per day to pounds (water mass) per hour = 33,737,869.61 lb/h

14 Million standard cu-ft in gas per day to pounds (water mass) per hour = 36,333,090.35 lb/h

15 Million standard cu-ft in gas per day to pounds (water mass) per hour = 38,928,311.09 lb/h

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Convert flow rate of ** Million standard cubic feet of gas per day (MMSCFD at 15°C)** and

**units in reverse from pounds (water mass) per hour into Million standard cu-ft in gas per day.**

*pounds (water mass) per hour (lb/h)*## Flow rate. Gas & Liquids.

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: Million standard cubic feet of gas per day (MMSCFD at 15°C) is used for measuring gas flow.

Second: pound (water mass) per hour (lb/h) is unit of flow rate.

**QUESTION**:

15 MMSCFD at 15°C = ? lb/h

**ANSWER**:

15 MMSCFD at 15°C = 38,928,311.09 lb/h

Abbreviation, or prefix, for Million standard cubic feet of gas per day is:

**MMSCFD at 15°C**

Abbreviation for pound (water mass) per hour is:

**lb/h**

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With the above mentioned two-units calculating service it provides, this flow rate converter proved to be useful also as a teaching tool:

1. in practicing Million standard cu-ft in gas per day and pounds (water mass) per hour ( MMSCFD at 15°C vs. lb/h ) measures exchange.

2. for conversion factors between unit pairs.

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