The rate of discharge representing a volume of 1 cubic foot passing a given point during 1 second and equivalent to 7.48 gallons per second or 448.8 gallons per minute.

a unit of measure for the rate of liquid flow past a given point equal to one cubic foot in one second. 1 cfs is equal to 1.547 million gallons per day.

(cfs, ft/s) is the rate of flow representing a volume of 1 cubic foot passing a given point in 1 second. It is equivalent to approximately 7.48 gallons per second, 448.8 gallons per minute, or 0.02832 cubic meters per second.

Measure of flowing water in a watercourse (A lake, river, creek, stream, wash, arroyo, or other channel over which water flows at least periodically).

A measure of flow rate, equal to a volume of water 1-foot high and 1-foot wide, flowing a distance of 1 foot in 1 second. One "cfs" is equal to 7.48 gallons of water flowing each second. [D-E

(cfs) Measurement of flow rate of water in running stream or taken as direct diversion from the stream. Water flowing at 1 cfs will deliver 448.8 gallons per minute or 648,000 gallons per day.

a unit of measure expressing the rate of water flow in a river or stream. It is equal to a volume of water one foot high and one foot wide flowing a distance of one foot in one second.

(cfs) the volume of water in cubic feet (one-foot cube) that passes a given point in one second of time; USGS uses this measurement in reporting streamflow values

A rate of water flow at a given point, amounting to a volume of one cubic foot for each second of time. Equal to 7.48 gallons per second, 448.8 gallons per minute, or 1.984 acre feet per day.

The rate at which water is flowing. One cfs is equal to about 450 gallons per minute.

A measurement of water flow representing one cubic foot of water moving past a given point in one second.

A unit used to measure water flow. One cfs is equal to 449 gallons per minute.

The rate of water flow passing any point equal to a volume of one cubic foot of water every second (equivalent to 7.48 gallons per second, or 448.8 gallons per minute). TOP OF GLOSSARY

A water flow measurement.

A unit expressing rate of discharge, typically used in measuring streamflow. One cubic foot per second is equal to the discharge in a stream of a cross section one foot wide and one foot deep, flowing with an average velocity of one foot per second; equals 448.8 gallons per minute.

A unit expressing rates of discharge. One cubic foot per second is equal to the discharge of a stream of rectangular cross section, 1 foot wide and 1 foot deep, flowing water an average velocity of 1 foot per second.

a common way to measure water flow. A cubic foot of water is 7.48 gallons. One cubic foot per second is 450 gallons per minute and accumulates 1.98 acre-feet per day.

a rate of the flow, in streams and rivers, for example. It is equal to a volume of water one foot high and one foot wide flowing a distance of one foot in one second. One "cfs" is equal to 7.48 gallons of water flowing each second. As an example, if your car's gas tank is 2 feet by 1 foot by 1 foot (2 cubic feet), then gas flowing at a rate of 1 cubic foot/second would fill the tank in two seconds.

A measurement of stream flow.

A cubic foot per second (also cfs, cusec and ftÂ³/s) is an Imperial unit / U.S. customary unit volumetric flow rate, which is equivalent to a volume of 1 cubic foot flowing every second. Current official usage is largely confined to the United States and Canada, but like many imperial units which have officially been "abolished" in the United Kingdom, it remains familiar in that country, with extensive unofficial usage. It is popularly used for pipeline transport rates, water flow in rivers, and for HVAC measurements of air flow.