Sorry, the web browser you're using is not supported by this website.

Please use Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or another browser to access Thank you.

Skip to main content

We use cookies to enhance your experience. For details on how we use cookies, collect data, & how to manage your consent please see our Cookie Policy & Privacy Policy.

How do you calculate air flow rate?

The distance traveled per unit of time is expressed in linear feet per minute. The air volume flowing past a point in the duct per unit of time can be determined by dividing the air velocity by the cross section area of the duct. The volume flow is measured in feet per minute.

Let's Get It Fixed!

HomeX virtual experts will assess your issue (for free!) and can resolve simple problems.

What Did You Think of This Article?

What Did You Think of This Article?

Shop Recommended ProductsShop HomeX Recommended Products