This may be an easy one, I have found an old thread (Thread181-27567) about converting m3/hr to English conversion but, I would like to know conversion factor from Nm3/hr to m3/hr. I did find a web site that used m3/hr=Nm3/hr X 1.17 but I would like this confirmed. I can't seem to find published data.
Thanks, in advance.
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