How do you calculate air change rate from CFM?

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The volume of the room is determined by multiplying the room’s height, length, and width (Volume = Height x Length x Width). Suppose the CFM of your room is 400, and the room measurements are as follows: Therefore, we can say that the air change rate is 8 times per hour in that particular space.

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