﻿ Convert oz/sec to hcf/h | ounce (water mass) per second to - 100-cubic-feet per hour

# flow rate units conversion

## Amount: 1 ounce (water mass) per second (oz/sec) of flow rate Equals: 0.036 - 100-cubic-feet per hour (hcf/h) in flow rate

Converting ounce (water mass) per second to - 100-cubic-feet per hour value in the flow rate units scale.

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## flow rate from ounce (water mass) per second to hundred cubic feet per hour conversion results

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How many - 100-cubic-feet per hour are in 1 ounce (water mass) per second? The answer is: 1 oz/sec equals 0.036 hcf/h

## 0.036 hcf/h is converted to 1 of what?

The - 100-cubic-feet per hour unit number 0.036 hcf/h converts to 1 oz/sec, one ounce (water mass) per second. It is the EQUAL flow rate value of 1 ounce (water mass) per second but in the - 100-cubic-feet per hour flow rate unit alternative.

 oz/sec/hcf/h flow rate conversion result From Symbol Equals Result Symbol 1 oz/sec = 0.036 hcf/h

## Conversion chart - ounces (water mass) per second to - 100-cubic-feet per hour

1 ounce (water mass) per second to - 100-cubic-feet per hour = 0.036 hcf/h

2 ounces (water mass) per second to - 100-cubic-feet per hour = 0.072 hcf/h

3 ounces (water mass) per second to - 100-cubic-feet per hour = 0.11 hcf/h

4 ounces (water mass) per second to - 100-cubic-feet per hour = 0.14 hcf/h

5 ounces (water mass) per second to - 100-cubic-feet per hour = 0.18 hcf/h

6 ounces (water mass) per second to - 100-cubic-feet per hour = 0.22 hcf/h

7 ounces (water mass) per second to - 100-cubic-feet per hour = 0.25 hcf/h

8 ounces (water mass) per second to - 100-cubic-feet per hour = 0.29 hcf/h

9 ounces (water mass) per second to - 100-cubic-feet per hour = 0.32 hcf/h

10 ounces (water mass) per second to - 100-cubic-feet per hour = 0.36 hcf/h

11 ounces (water mass) per second to - 100-cubic-feet per hour = 0.40 hcf/h

12 ounces (water mass) per second to - 100-cubic-feet per hour = 0.43 hcf/h

13 ounces (water mass) per second to - 100-cubic-feet per hour = 0.47 hcf/h

14 ounces (water mass) per second to - 100-cubic-feet per hour = 0.50 hcf/h

15 ounces (water mass) per second to - 100-cubic-feet per hour = 0.54 hcf/h

Convert flow rate of ounce (water mass) per second (oz/sec) and - 100-cubic-feet per hour (hcf/h) units in reverse from - 100-cubic-feet per hour into ounces (water mass) per second.

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# Converter type: flow rate units

First unit: ounce (water mass) per second (oz/sec) is used for measuring flow rate.
Second: hundred cubic feet per hour (hcf/h) is unit of flow rate.

QUESTION:
15 oz/sec = ? hcf/h

15 oz/sec = 0.54 hcf/h

Abbreviation, or prefix, for ounce (water mass) per second is:
oz/sec
Abbreviation for hundred cubic feet per hour is:
hcf/h

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