## How do you convert cusecs to TMC?

Cusec is a measure of flow rate of water and is abbreviation for cubic feet per second (which is equivalent to a flow of 28.317 litres per second) and 11,000 cusecs flow for a day amounts to 1 TMC (thousand million cubic feet) water.

## How do you calculate cusec days?

Quick conversion chart of cusec to cubic meter per day

- cusec to cubic meter per day = 2446.57558 cubic meter per day.
- cusec to cubic meter per day = 4893.15116 cubic meter per day.
- cusec to cubic meter per day = 7339.72674 cubic meter per day.
- cusec to cubic meter per day = 9786.30232 cubic meter per day.

**How many liters are there in 1 cusec?**

28.32 litres

Cusec is a measure of the rate of flow still commonly used by the irrigation department. 1 cusec is one cubic foot of water flow per second. It translates into 28.32 litres of water per second.

**How do you calculate cumecs to cusecs?**

1 cusec is equal to how many litres?

- Answer: 1 Cusec = 28.317 litres. For flow rate calculation, Cusec is used and Cusec is equal to cubic feet per second.
- 1 cubic feet = 28,316.85 cm3. To convert cm to liter we need to divide it by 1000.
- 1 Cusec = 28.317 litres per second.

### What is cusec unit?

Definition of cusec : a volumetric unit of flow equal to a cubic foot per second.

### What is TMC in water?

Tmcft, (Tmc ft), (TMC), (tmc), is the abbreviation of one billion cubic feet (1,000,000,000 = 109 = 1 billion), commonly used in India in reference to volume of water in a reservoir or river flow.

**How much water is a Cumec?**

Flow. Flow refers to the volume of water in the river and is given in cumecs. One cumec equals one cubic metre of water flowing past a point in one second. One cubic metre of water equals one thousand litres and weighs one tonne.

**How do you calculate dam capacity?**

- Surface area. The surface area of a dam is calculated by multiplying the length by the width.
- Volume. With the surface area and depth calculated, the volume can then be determined: volume (m3) = surface area (m2) × max depth (m) × 0.4.
- Gully dams.
- Depth.

## What measurement is TMC used for?

TMC is used for the measurement volume of water. ( TMC means Thousand million Cubic feet. This is a measure that is used to denote large volumes of water present in reservoirs like dams, lakes, rivers, etc. The incoming and outgoing volumes of water are indicated using TMC. 1 TMC = 1 Billion Cubic Feet or Cubic Feet.

## What is cusec meter?

You can view more details on each measurement unit: cusec or cubic meter/second The SI derived unit for volume flow rate is the cubic meter/second. 1 cusec is equal to 0.028316847 cubic meter/second. Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.

**How do you calculate water flow in a dam?**

To calculate the water flow (in m3) multiply the average water velocity (in m/s) by the average width (in m) and by the average depth (in m). Water flow = 0.425 m/s x 1 m x 0.6 m = 0.255 m3/s. Note: remember that 1 m3 = 1 000 l so multiply by this to convert water flow measurements to litres per second (l/s).

**What is Cusec unit?**

### How do you convert TMC to cusec?

1 TMC = 1,000,000,000 cusecs=10^6 cusecs. Cusec is a measure of water flow rate. Cusec is an abbreviation for cubic feet per second(equivalent to a flow of 28.317 litres per second) and 11,000 cusecs flow for a day amounts to 1 TMC(thousand million cubic feet) water.

### How many cusec flow for a day amounts to 1 TMC?

11574 Cusec flow for a day amounts to 1 TMC OR approximately 3.3 lac litres of water flow per second amounts to 1 TMC. Please comment me if something wrong with the above.

**What is 10 cubic meters/second to cusec?**

7 cubic meter/second to cusec = 247.20266 cusec 8 cubic meter/second to cusec = 282.51733 cusec 10 cubic meter/second to cusec = 353.14666 cusec Want other units?

**How do you convert cusec to cubic feet per day?**

1 cusec to million cubic feet/day = 0.0864 million cubic feet/day 10 cusec to million cubic feet/day = 0.864 million cubic feet/day 20 cusec to million cubic feet/day = 1.728 million cubic feet/day 30 cusec to million cubic feet/day = 2.592 million cubic feet/day