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Topic Title: What is the difference between scmh and m3/h
Topic Summary: Trying to understand if these units are the same or different...
Created On: 06 October 2016 11:20 AM
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 06 October 2016 11:20 AM
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elthomas7

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Hi All,

trying to understand is scmh (standard cubic meters per hour) is the same as m3/h. I assume they are but am seeking confirmation of this?

Thanks!
 06 October 2016 01:11 PM
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ectophile

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Not necessarily. A "standard" cubic metre is a cubic metre of gas at a particular temperature and pressure. Change your temperature or pressure, and the gas will expand or contract accordingly, and it will no longer occupy one cubic metre. But it will still be a standard cubic metre worth of gas.

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