# Volumetric Flow Rate Converter

# Volumetric flow rate

The volumetric flow rate, also known as the volume flow rate or rate of fluid flow, is the amount of fluid that moves through a specific volume per unit of time, such as cubic metres per second (m^{3}/s) in standard SI units or feet per second (ft^{3}/s). Usually, the letter Q is used to denote it. Volumetric flux, denoted by the symbol q and measured in [m^{3}/(m^{2}s)], should not be confused with volumetric flow rate. The volumetric flow rate is obtained by integrating a flux across a certain region. Viscosity is also related to volumetric flow rate.

**Cubic meter/second** is the SI-derived unit for flow rates that are dependent on volume.

Differential pressure, magnetic, thermal, turbine, ultrasonic, and vortex flow metre technologies all measure flow rate as a function of fluid velocity.

Using the equation below, you can determine the volumetric flow rate:

volumetric flow rate (Q) is equal to the cross-sectional area times the flow velocity (V) (A)

Where,

The volumetric flow rate, Q, is measured in m^{3}/s.

V represents the flow speed in m/s.

The cross-sectional area, measured in mm^{2}, is A.

## User Manual

The volumetric flow rate (V/t) of a gas or liquid will be converted to the equivalent value in various units using this converter and conversion scale, which will also display a set of associated conversion values.

- In the input box, enter the volume flow rate value to be converted.
- Choose the flow rate measurement unit, from which to be converted into another appropriate units from option boxes.
- Click on Convert.

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