Standard Cubic Foot

Standard Cubic Foot
A column of gas at standard conditions of temperature and pressure (32 degrees Fahrenheit and one atmosphere).

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• Standard cubic foot — A standard cubic foot (abbreviated as scf) is a measure of quantity of gas, equal to a cubic foot of volume at 60 degrees Fahrenheit and either 14.696 pounds per square inch (1 atm) or 14.73 PSI (30 inHg) of pressure. See standard temperature and …   Wikipedia

• Standard cubic feet per minute — (SCFM) is the volumetric flow rate of a gas corrected to standardized conditions of temperature and pressure. It is equivalent to the molar flow rate by the ideal gas law. Conversion of SCFM to mass flow requires knowledge of the mixture averaged …   Wikipedia

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• Cubic foot — (cf), natural gas   The amount of natural gas contained at standard temperature and pressure (60 degrees Fahrenheit and 14.73 pounds standard per square inch) in a cube whose edges are one foot long.   U.S. Dept. of Energy, Energy Information… …   Energy terms

• Standard cubic feet per minute — SCFM L acronyme SCFM est une unité de mesure de débit de gaz fréquemment utilisé dans les pays anglo saxons. SCFM signifie Standard cubic feet per minute, soit en français pied au cube par minute. Unités SI et anglo saxonnes Dans le Système… …   Wikipédia en Français

• Actual cubic foot per minute — The cubic foot per minute (CFM) or actual cubic foot per minute (ACFM) is a unit of volumetric capacity commonly used by manufacturers of blowers and compressors. Since the volumetric capacity refers to the volume of air or other gas at the inlet …   Wikipedia

• Btu per cubic foot —   The total heating value, expressed in Btu, produced by the combustion, at constant pressure, of the amount of the gas that would occupy a volume of 1 cubic foot at a temperature of 60 degrees F if saturated with water vapor and under a pressure …   Energy terms

• Standard conditions for temperature and pressure — Not to be confused with Standard state. In chemistry, standard condition for temperature and pressure (informally abbreviated as STP) are standard sets of conditions for experimental measurements, to allow comparisons to be made between different …   Wikipedia

• Cubic feet per minute — (CFPM or CFM) is a non SI unit of measurement of the flow of a gas or liquid that indicates how much volume in cubic feet pass by a stationary point in one minute.Conversion factor for SI conversionsIn order to find this conversion the following… …   Wikipedia

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