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MMSCFD to m3/hr

MMSCFD to m3/hr

MMSCFD to m3/hr

Hi all,
CAn anybody help in the below issue?
how to convert MMSCFD to m3/hr (gas)?
Is it possible to directly convert ft3/day to m3/hr for million quantity? i.e, 1MMSCFD=1179.868m3/hr? Is it correct?

RE: MMSCFD to m3/hr

Are they refer to same pressure and temperature conditions ("standard")?

1 ft3 = 0.0283168 m3 and 1 MMSCFD equals 28,316.8 Sm3/day or ~1,180 Sm3/hr, so your calculation is correct. Just make sure the result is in standard m3/hr, since you have standard cubic foot as well.

Process Engineer, MSChE

RE: MMSCFD to m3/hr

Thank you EmmanuelTop
What is this "same pressure and temperature conditions ("standard")" means?
What difference does it make between standard m3/hr and m3/hr?

RE: MMSCFD to m3/hr

Are you unwilling to do ANY thinking for yourself? Two threads down in this very forum is thread798-401538: Use of Nm3/hr Unit which explains this issue in some detail.

David Simpson, PE
MuleShoe Engineering

In questions of science, the authority of a thousand is not worth the humble reasoning of a single individual. Galileo Galilei, Italian Physicist

RE: MMSCFD to m3/hr

also googling this will give you quite precise answers

RE: MMSCFD to m3/hr

Thank you All

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