To convert cubic feet per second (ft³/s) to milliliters per second (mL/s), you need to know the conversion factors between these two units.
First, remember that 1 cubic foot is equal to 28,316.8466 milliliters.
Therefore, to convert cubic feet per second to milliliters per second, multiply the number of cubic feet per second by 28,316.8466.
So, the conversion looks like this:
$\text{mL/s} = \text{ft}^3/\text{s} \times 28,316.8466$
For 1 cubic foot per second, the conversion would be:
$1 \, \text{ft}^3/\text{s} \times 28,316.8466 \, \text{mL/ft}^3 \approx 28,316.8466 \, \text{mL/s}$
River Flow Rate: The flow rate of a river can be measured in cubic feet per second. For instance, a river might have a flow rate of 500 ft³/s, which is approximately $500 \times 28,316.8466 \approx 14,158,423.3 \, \text{mL/s}$.
Water Supply Systems: Municipal water supply systems may convey water at rates like 10 ft³/s for a neighborhood. This equates to $10 \times 28,316.8466 \approx 283,168.466 \, \text{mL/s}$.
Airflow in HVAC Systems: The airflow in large heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems might be measured in cubic feet per second. For example, an HVAC system could have an airflow rate of 2 ft³/s, translating to $2 \times 28,316.8466 \approx 56,336.8932 \, \text{mL/s}$.
Industrial Processes: An industrial pump might be rated at 50 ft³/s, which would be about $50 \times 28,316.8466 \approx 1,415,842.33 \, \text{mL/s}$.
Aquariums or Fish Farms: A large aquarium filtration system might have a flow rate of 0.5 ft³/s, leading to a flow rate of $0.5 \times 28,316.8466 \approx 14,158.4233 \, \text{mL/s}$.
These examples provide context for how cubic feet per second is used in various applications, highlighting the conversion to milliliters per second for a more granular understanding of flow rates.
See below section for step by step unit conversion with formulas and explanations. Please refer to the table below for a list of all the Millilitres per second to other unit conversions.
Cubic feet per second measures amount of fluid passes though a cross-sectional area. In short, it measures flow rate.
Flow rate can be calculated using following formula. Please note that $t$ is in seconds and $Q$'s unit of measure is ft^3/s.
$Q = \frac{V}{t} = \frac{A*d}{t}$
$Q$ - Flow rate
$V$ - Volume (Cubic feet)
$t$ - Time in second
$A$ - Cross-sectional area
$d$ - Distance the fluid traveled during the time $t$
For more in-depth understanding of the flow rate read Flow Rate and Its Relation to Velocity from LibreTexts Physics website.
Milliliters per second (mL/s) is a unit of measurement that represents the volume flow rate. It is a measure of how much liquid flows through a point or an area over time.
In simpler terms, it measures the amount of fluid (such as water, juice, or any other liquid) that passes by a specific location in one second.
For example, if you have a hose that delivers 500 mL of water per minute, its flow rate can be expressed as:
So, the milliliters per second is a unit to measure how fast a liquid flows through a given point or space.
Convert 1 ft3/s to other units | Result |
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Cubic feet per second to Cubic Millimeters per second (ft3/s to mm3/s) | 28316831.998814505 |
Cubic feet per second to Cubic Centimeters per second (ft3/s to cm3/s) | 28316.8319988145 |
Cubic feet per second to Millilitres per second (ft3/s to ml/s) | 28316.8319988145 |
Cubic feet per second to Centilitres per second (ft3/s to cl/s) | 2831.6831998814505 |
Cubic feet per second to Decilitres per second (ft3/s to dl/s) | 283.168319988145 |
Cubic feet per second to Litres per second (ft3/s to l/s) | 28.316831998814504 |
Cubic feet per second to Litres per minute (ft3/s to l/min) | 1699.0099199288702 |
Cubic feet per second to Litres per hour (ft3/s to l/h) | 101940.59519573221 |
Cubic feet per second to Kilolitres per second (ft3/s to kl/s) | 0.028316831998814504 |
Cubic feet per second to Kilolitres per minute (ft3/s to kl/min) | 1.6990099199288702 |
Cubic feet per second to Kilolitres per hour (ft3/s to kl/h) | 101.94059519573221 |
Cubic feet per second to Cubic meters per second (ft3/s to m3/s) | 0.028316831998814504 |
Cubic feet per second to Cubic meters per minute (ft3/s to m3/min) | 1.6990099199288702 |
Cubic feet per second to Cubic meters per hour (ft3/s to m3/h) | 101.94059519573221 |
Cubic feet per second to Cubic kilometers per second (ft3/s to km3/s) | 2.8316831998814504e-11 |
Cubic feet per second to Teaspoons per second (ft3/s to tsp/s) | 5745.036 |
Cubic feet per second to Tablespoons per second (ft3/s to Tbs/s) | 1915.012 |
Cubic feet per second to Cubic inches per second (ft3/s to in3/s) | 1728.0070744076086 |
Cubic feet per second to Cubic inches per minute (ft3/s to in3/min) | 103680.42446445652 |
Cubic feet per second to Cubic inches per hour (ft3/s to in3/h) | 6220825.467867391 |
Cubic feet per second to Fluid Ounces per second (ft3/s to fl-oz/s) | 957.506 |
Cubic feet per second to Fluid Ounces per minute (ft3/s to fl-oz/min) | 57450.36 |
Cubic feet per second to Fluid Ounces per hour (ft3/s to fl-oz/h) | 3447021.6 |
Cubic feet per second to Cups per second (ft3/s to cup/s) | 119.68825 |
Cubic feet per second to Pints per second (ft3/s to pnt/s) | 59.844125 |
Cubic feet per second to Pints per minute (ft3/s to pnt/min) | 3590.6475 |
Cubic feet per second to Pints per hour (ft3/s to pnt/h) | 215438.85 |
Cubic feet per second to Quarts per second (ft3/s to qt/s) | 29.9220625 |
Cubic feet per second to Gallons per second (ft3/s to gal/s) | 7.480515625 |
Cubic feet per second to Gallons per minute (ft3/s to gal/min) | 448.8309375 |
Cubic feet per second to Gallons per hour (ft3/s to gal/h) | 26929.85625 |
Cubic feet per second to Cubic feet per minute (ft3/s to ft3/min) | 60 |
Cubic feet per second to Cubic feet per hour (ft3/s to ft3/h) | 3599.9999999999995 |
Cubic feet per second to Cubic yards per second (ft3/s to yd3/s) | 0.03703698259756234 |
Cubic feet per second to Cubic yards per minute (ft3/s to yd3/min) | 2.2222189558537404 |
Cubic feet per second to Cubic yards per hour (ft3/s to yd3/h) | 133.33313735122442 |