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you can use float_time widget, in combination with fields.float
add the field like this:
'duration': fields.float('Duration (in hours)'),
AND ALSO ADD THE FIELD IN VIEW
<field name="duration" widget="float_time"/>
it is been answered on stackoverflow, I don't know whether we can Share the Links of other sites here, so I just provided the code I know and Also I have found in the trusted resources.
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