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How do I calculate the flow rate in m^3 Sec in a level control system. The table provided has 4 columns: Flow rate (Volts), Flow rate (L/min), flow rate (m^3 Sec). Our data logger logged values for time, pump voltage, LT and Flow?

To convert from L to m^3: divide by 1000 as 1L=1dm^3=0.001m^3. To convert from /min to /s: divide by 60 as 60s=1min. Therefore, to convert from L/min to m^3/sec: divide L/min by 60,000.

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