# How do you convert kva to kwh?

There is no conversion factor between these two units of measurement, as they are measuring completely different quantities. It's a little like asking how you would convert ki…lometres per hour into furlongs... with an added complication thrown in (i.e. the vehicle is going sideways as well as forward!). A kilovolt ampere (correct symbol: kV.A) measures the apparent power of a load, whereas a kilowatt hour (correct symbol: kW.h) measures the work done by a load. If you knew the power factor of the load, then you could use the apparent power to determine the true power (in kilowatts), then determine how much work is done over a given period of time.

# How do you convert kWh to mWh?

1 kwh is 1000mwh Answer: 1 kWh is one kilo Watt hour = 1,000 Watt-hours. 1 mWh is a milli Watt-hour = 1/1,000 Watt-hours. Therefore the answer is 1,000 x 1,000 or 1,000…,000 mWh.

# How many btu per KWH?

3,413

# How do you convert 665 kWh to calories?

A watt is a J/s. So a kWh is 1000 (J * hr)/s. Since there are 3600 seconds in an hour: 1 kWh = 3,600,000 J. There are 4.18 J per calorie, so: 1 kWh = 861,000 c…al 665 kWh = 573,000,000 cal

# 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.

# Convert kWh into Nm3?

As I read the question, I think I know what 'kWh' is (are), but I'm not so sure about 'Nm3' . I'm assuming that 'kWh' means 'kilowatt-hour', a unit of energy equ…al to 3,600,000 joules. I'm having trouble recognizing 'Nm3' as a unit of energy, and if it's not a unit of energy, then it has no relationship to kilowatt-hours.

# 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 / 3412.14163312…8 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.

# How do you convert Gas Kw to Kwh?

kW measures the power, which is how fast energy is supplied. Energy in kilowatt hours is found by multiplying the kW by the hours. So 3 kW of power run for 10 hours wo…uld use 30 kWh of energy.

# How do you convert kwh month to mwh?

I'll assume the k and m mean kilo and mega. The proper abbreviations for these are kWÂ·h and MWÂ·h. Kilo- means 1000 and mega- means 1000000, so: x kWÂ·h = x kWÂ·h * (1 MWÂ·…h / 1000 kWÂ·h) = x/1000 MWÂ·h. So just divide by 1000 to convert kWÂ·h to MWÂ·h. If you meant kilowatt months (kwh month would seem to mean kilowatt hour months, which doesn't make much sense) to megawatt hours, you also need to convert months to hours, so roughly: x kWÂ·m * (30 days/1 month) * (24 hours/1 day) * (1 MW/1000 kW)=x*30*24/1000 kWÂ·h Or multiply x by 30*24/1000=0.72

# How do you convert kws to kwh?

Divide by 3600 A second is 1/3600 of an hour. Therefore 1kWs = 1kW x 1/3600h = 1/3600kWh

# How do you convert kwh to amps?

You cannot. watt hours are a measure of energy (Joules); to compare amperes to energy you must know the voltage and the amount of time the current & voltage were present. … === "kwh" and "amps" have different physical dimensions, they're used to describe different types of quantities, and they don't convert to each other. If you absolutely had to come up with a formula that shows some relationship between those two units, it would look something like this: KWH = (volts) x (Amps) x (time in seconds) divided by (3,600,000) "K" = 1,000 "W" = watt (power) "H" = hour (time) "WH" = watt-hour (energy) "volts x amps" = watts power

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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 to convert kwh to kvah?

To convert 'kwh' to 'kvah' you first need to measure the length of time. You will then convert this amount to hours by dividing by 3,600. You will then divide this amount …by the length of time.

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# How do you convert m3h to kwh?

12000m3h=3.516kwh

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# How do you convert per kWh to dollars?

You cannot. kWh is a measure of energy. There are lots of people in the world who use energy but have no use for a dollar. Kwh and dollars measure different things and, acco…rding to the basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid.

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# How do you convert horespower to kwh?

You can't! Horsepower is the Imperial unit of measurement for power, whereas a kilowatt hour is used to measure energy -two different quantities! Your question is equivalent t…o asking, "How do you convert miles per hour into kilometres?"