How do you convert CFM to pressure?

How do you convert CFM to pressure?

The relationship between CFM and PSI is just linear. Ie, if you charge to 120 psi, and pull the electrical plug…. if you get 8 CFM at 120 psi, you will get 4 CFM at 60 PSI. The pressure just “pushes” the air out, and with half the “push” you get half the air flow.

How do you convert volume to CFM?

Start with the total volume of air (in cubic feet), divide by the exchange rate (how quickly you want to replace the air), and the result is the total CFM you need for your system.

How do you convert kg cm2 to CFM?

Basic Conversions

  1. 1 HP = 0.735 KW.
  2. 1 CFM = 28.238 LPM.
  3. 1 Kg/cm2 = 14.223 PSI.
  4. 1 MPa = 10 Bar.
  5. 1 Bar = 1.0193 Kg/cm2.
  6. 1 Kg = 2.205 Lbs.

What’s the difference between a CFM and a PA?

You can’t convert Pa to CFM. Pa stands for Pascal and CFM stands for Cubic Feet Per Minute. Pa is the unit of pressure, where as CFM is the unit of rate of flow. However, there is a device called a manometer which is used to measure either pressure (in pascals) or air flow in (in cubic feet).

How do you convert kPa to CFM?

1,000 cfm (feet3/min) is 0.4719474 m3/sec. How do you convert kpa to cfm? kpa = kilopascals is a measure of pressure. cfm = cubic feet per minte is a measure of the rate of flow. The two measure different things and, according to the basic rules of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid.

How to convert the FPM to the CFM?

If you know the FPM and you know the area of your flow say duct work (20″x20″)…first convert your area 20*20=400 in2 to Ft220″*20″ = 400in2 400in2/144 = 2.7777Ft2Now that you know the area in Ft2 you can use the equation [ FPM*area(ft2) = CFM ]if your FPM is 500 and we use the 20″x20″ duct then500fpm * 2.777Ft2 = 1388.5 cfm

How to convert CFM to cubic meters per second?

CFM is cubic feet per minute, a measure of flowrate. PSI is pounds per square inch, a measure of pressure. Convert 1000 cfm to cubic meters per second? 1,000 cfm (feet3/min) is 0.4719474 m3/sec.

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