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# Converting Nm3/hr to SCF/hr

09/23/2009 9:46 AM

I would like to convert Nm3/hr into SCF/hr. I was given the information below:

Natural Gas: 383.2 aM3/hr, 295.2 kPa, 28.7 C. This translates to 1068 Nm3/hr

So I need to convert the 1068Nm3/hr into units we typically use such as SFC/hr

Could someone help me with this conversion? Thanks!

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### Re: Converting Nm3/hr to SCF/hr

09/23/2009 1:02 PM

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### Re: Converting Nm3/hr to SCF/hr

09/24/2009 2:10 AM

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### Re: Converting Nm3/hr to SCF/hr

09/24/2009 4:50 AM

you beat me to it. GA!

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### Re: Converting Nm3/hr to SCF/hr

09/23/2009 1:07 PM

Sounds like you're defining normal as 1 atm, 60°F = 15.6°C, giving

383.2*(295.2/101.325)*(273 + 15.6)/(273+28.7) = 1068 Nm3/h. (101.325 is the kPa in 1 atm)

To convert to SCF, need to know your standard temperature. If it's also 60°F, it's a straight conversion using 1 m3 = 35.315 ft3. (standard pressure = 1 atm)

If standard temperature is Ts °C, it's 35.315*(273 + Ts)/(273 + 15.6) ft3.

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### Re: Converting Nm3/hr to SCF/hr

09/24/2009 2:43 AM

I got two very good converting softwares few kbs each, that I can send; if interested please mail me: kvsubramanyam@hbl.in

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09/24/2009 3:26 AM

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### Re: Converting Nm3/hr to SCF/hr

09/24/2009 3:25 AM

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### Re: Converting Nm3/hr to SCF/hr

09/24/2009 11:27 AM

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### Re: Converting Nm3/hr to SCF/hr

09/24/2009 1:38 PM

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### Re: Converting Nm3/hr to SCF/hr

09/24/2009 5:33 PM

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