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more free magazines       Glossary » Units » Volume Flow Rate » Liter Per Hour Liter Per Hour (l/h) is a unit in the category of Volume flow rate. It is also known as liters per hour, liter/hour, flowrate, litres per hour, litre/hour, litre per hour, liter/hr, litre/hr, l/hr. Liter Per Hour (l/h) has a dimension of L3T-1 where L is length, and T is time. It can be converted to the corresponding standard SI unit m3/s by multiplying its value by a factor of 2.77777777778E-007.
Note that the seven base dimensions are M (Mass), L (Length), T (Time), Q (Temperature), N (Aamount of Substance), I (Electric Current), and J (Luminous Intensity).

Other units in the category of Volume flow rate include Acre Foot Per Month (acre-ft/month), Barrel (US, Liq.) Per Day (bbl (US, liq.)/day), Barrel (US, Petrol) Per Day (bbl (US, petrol)/day), Cubic Centimeter Per Second (cm3/s), Cubic Foot Per Minute (cfm, ft3/min), Cubic Foot Per Second (cfs, ft3/s), Cubic Inch Per Minute (in3/min), Cubic Inch Per Second (in3/s), Cubic Meter Per Hour (m3/h), Cubic Meter Per Minute (m3/min), Cubic Meter Per Second (m3/s), Cubic Yard Per Minute (yd3/min), Cumec (musec) (cumec), Gallon (UK) Per Day (gal (UK)/day), Gallon (UK) Per Hour (gph (UK)), Gallon (UK) Per Minute (gpm (UK)), Gallon (UK) Per Second (gps (UK)), Gallon (US, Liq.) Per Day (gal (US, liq.)/day), Gallon (US, Liq.) Per Hour (gph (US)), Gallon (US, Liq.) Per Minute (gpm (US)), Gallon (US, Liq.) Per Second (gps (US)), Liter Per Minute (l/min), Liter Per Second (l/s), Lusec, and Miner'S Inch.   