A standard cubic foot corresponds to 1 cubic foot of gas at 60 °F (15.6 °C) and 14.73 PSIA, and a normal cubic metre of gas corresponds to 1 cubic metre at 15°C at 101.325 kPaA. It is important to list the temperature and pressure being used as standard, since many standards are used worldwide.

## What is a standard cubic metre?

Standard Cubic Meter or “SCM” means **the volume of gas which occupies one cubic meter of space when such gas is at a temp of** 15.50C(600 F) and at a pressure of 1013.25mbar(14.695 psi). … It is abbreviated herein as “cubic meter” or “m3”.

## What is normal cubic meter per hour?

SI unit for volumetric flow rate of air or gas at a temperature of 0 °C and pressure **of 101,3 kPa**, expressed in cubic metres per hour.

## How many kWh is 1m3 of natural gas?

Subtract the new meter reading from the previous reading to work out the volume of gas used. Multiply by the volume correction factor (1.02264). Multiply by calorific value (40.0). Divide by kWh conversion factor (**3.6**).

## How is natural gas use measured?

Natural gas is commonly measured by **the cubic foot**, and you are billed by the thousands of cubic feet (MCF) or hundreds of cubic feet (CCF). You may also be billed by the therm, which is about the same as a CCF or 100 cubic feet.

## What is the difference between standard cubic meter and normal cubic meter?

Standardized volumes are commonly used in different types of industries which uses gas as raw material. … A standard cubic foot of gas corresponds to 1 cubic foot of gas at 32 °F (0 °C) and 14.6959 PSI, and a normal cubic meter of gas corresponds to **1 cubic meter at 20°C at 101.325 kPa** (NIST Reference).

## How many meters are in a cubic meter?

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1 m =^{3} |
1 meter | 1 meter = |
---|---|---|

2 m^{3} = |
1.2599 meter | 2 meter = |

3 m^{3} = |
1.4422 meter | 3 meter = |

4 m^{3} = |
1.5874 meter | 4 meter = |

5 m^{3} = |
1.71 meter | 5 meter = |

## How much is 1000 cubic feet of natural gas?

One thousand cubic feet (Mcf) of natural gas equals **1.037 MMBtu**, or 10.37 therms. The heat content of natural gas may vary by location and by type of natural gas consumer, and it may vary over time.

## How many kWh are in a cubic foot of natural gas?

The kilowatt hours unit number **0.29 kWh** converts to 1 cu ft N.G., one cubic foot of natural gas. It is the EQUAL energy value of 1 cubic foot of natural gas but in the kilowatt hours energy unit alternative.