How to Convert a SCFM to PPHby Joshua Laud
If you are trying to measure volumetric efficiency and engine flow, then you will recognize terms such as standard cubic feet per minute (SCFM) and pounds per hour (PPH). If you want to work out the PPH using the SCFM, then you must understand that you are reworking the equation for required airflow in reverse. This equation goes on the assumption that you are in standard atmospheric conditions.
Read the following equation -- this is the base level equation you will be working from: SCFM = 2.723 x PPH
Divide, using a calculator, the SCFM by 2.723.
Check the result. This result will be the PPH you require. You will now have converted and calculated the fuel flow from the required airflow.
Joshua Laud started writing professionally in 2008. During his three years at University he worked freelance for various music publications including "Clash Magazine" and "total:spec," and online Data Transmission and Music is Art. Laud also specializes in technology writing. He has a Bachelor of Arts in English literature from the University of London.