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# How do you convert kwh to btu?

# Mmbtu convert to kwh?

1 MMBtu = 293.1 kWh 1 kWh = 0.003412 MMBtu

# How do you convert kwh to CO2 tons?

The amount of CO2 generated from electricity (kWh) is dependant upon the way the electricity is generated. Burning a barrel of oil to produce electricity yields far more CO2 t…han generating the same amount of electricity from wind or water. One should contact their electricity provider to get a break-down of how the electricity is generated.

# How many btu per KWH?

3,413

# Convert kWh to mw?

45.000.000 kWh = MW

# Convert 0.02kw for 15hours to kwh?

(0.02 kilowatts)
15 hours = 0.3 kilowatt hours .
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# How do you Convert electricity units in to kwh?

You don't need to - the "unit" by which electricity is sold is the kWh. kWh = unit 1 kWh = 1 unit each unit is equal to 1000 watt-hours. Comment The term,… ' unit ', is short for ' Board of Trade Unit '. The Board of Trade used to regulate the cost of electricity in Britain.

# Convert joules to kwh?

1 Joule = 1 watt-second, therefore, you divide by 3,600,000.

# How many btu in a kwh of electricity?

1 watt is 3.412 BTU/hr or 1 watt-hour is 3.412 BTUs, so the answer is 3412 BTU.

# How many btu in 1 KWH?

1 KWh = 3413 BTU

# Convert btu per month to KWH?

x BTUs / 3412.141633128 BTUs/KWH = KWH For example: -------------- If you burned 1,000,000 BTUs per month, then calculate the following: 1,000,000 BTUs / 3412.1416331…28 BTUs/KWH = ~293 KWHs per month Notes: ------- 1. Energy = the capacity/measure of a body/system to do work (expressed as the work that it does in changing to some specified reference state. It is measured in joules (SI units)). 2. 1 Joule = 1 Watt-second 3. 1 BTU = 1055.05585262 Joules (or Watt-seconds) 4. 1 WH (Watt-Hour) = 3.412141633 BTUs created/used in 1 hour = 3600 Joules or Watt-seconds (i.e. 1 Joule or Watt-second created/used every second for 1 hour) 5. 1 KWH = 1000 WH = 3412.141633 BTUs created/used in 1 hour = 3,600,000 Joules or Watt-seconds created/used every hour (i.e. 1000 Joules or Watt-seconds created/used every second for 1 hour) Answer 1: "KWH" is an amount of energy. "BTU per month" is a rate of energy consumption, i.e. "power". The two quantities have different dimensions. They don't convert to one another. But lets play with them for a while anyway: (1 BTU/month) x (1055 joule/BTU) x (month / 30 days) x (day / 86,400 seconds) = ( 1055 / [30 x 86,400] ) ( BTU - joule - month - day / month - BTU - day - second) = 0.000407 joule per second = 0.000407 watt That's the rate of energy consumption (power) equal to one BTU per month . . . . . 0.407 milliwatt (or -3.9 dBm). ======== (1 KWH) = (1,000 watt-hour) = (1,000 joule / second) (hour) (BTU / 1055 joule) (3,600 sec / hour) = [ (1,000 x 3,600) / (1,055) ] [ joule - hour - BTU - second / second - joule - hour ] = 3412.3 BTU That's the amount of energy equivalent to 1 KWH . . . . . 3,412.3 BTU.

# Ton of refrigeration converted to kwh?

1 ton = 1.5 Kw

# How do you Convert refrigeration tons to kWh?

4.5 tons of refrigeration is a unit of power while kwh or kw-hr is unit of energy. Its not possible. Maybe you mean kw only not kwhr. 1ton of ref= 12000btu/hr = 3.51 kw

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# How you can convert watts-second to kwh?

1 Ws is equal to 2.7777777777778E-7kWh So therefore just multiply.

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# How to convert kva-kwh?

To convert from KVA (kilovoltamperes) to KWH (kilowatthours) first convert to KW (kilowatts) by multiplying by power factor. Power factor is the cosine of the phase angle betw…een voltage and current. Then multiply by the number of hours that you run the load.

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# What is the btu value of 341744380 kwh divided by 508068160 kwh?

341,744,380 kwh = 1,166,080,226,885 BTU (rounded) 508,068,160 kwh = 1,733,600,521,202 BTU (rounded) 341,744,380 kwh / 508,068,160 kwh = 0.67263 (rounded, no unit)

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# How can you convert kwh to kg?

The amount of electrical energy is measured in kilowatt hours. Kg unit of mass and weight. These two are not comparable.

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# How do you convert 12.4 kw to kwh?

A kilowatt is used to measure power . A kilowatt hour is used to measure energy . These are two different quantities, so you cannot 'convert' one unit to another. Powe…r is the rate at which energy is consumed. However, you could ask "How much energy would a device consume, in (so many) hours, at the rate of 12.4 kW?" In this case, you would need to multiply the power, in kilowatts, by the time used, in hours. Incidentally, the symbols are kW and kW . h , not kw and kwh.