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How do I convert L/min to Kg/s?
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You can’t unless you have the density of the liquid or other material. Liters are a measure of volume, and kg are a measure of mass.
IF this is water, with a density of approximately 1 kg per Liter, then you just need 60 seconds per minute.
5 L/min = 5 kg/min (water)
5 kg/min x 1 min/60sec = (5/60) kg/s
edit. what is “second set of data”? assuming that density applies to your problems.
1050kg/m³ x 1 m³/1000L = 1.05 kg/L
5 L/min x 1.05 kg/L x 1 min/60s = 0.0875 kg/s
20 L/min x 1.05 kg/L x 1 min/60s = 0.35 kg/s
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