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# How do you convert kwh to btu?

# Calorie to BTU convert?

calories x 0.003968 = BTU

# How many btu in 1 KWH?

1 KWh = 3413 BTU

# How do you convert KW hrs to BTU?

kW-h x 3,412.14 = BTU

# How many btu of heat can be produced by 4 kWh of electricity?

1 kilowatt-hour is 3412 British Thermal Units, so 4 kWh is 13648 BTU.

# Mmbtu convert to kwh?

1 MMBtu = 293.1 kWh 1 kWh = 0.003412 MMBtu

# How do you convert refrigeration tons to BTU?

This conversion is very simple : and is 1 ton = 12,000 BTU/hour. So if you have a 3 ton of refrigeration you have 36,000 BTU/hour. In addition, I want to add that in some …large Data Centers, there is a movement from BTU to kW of power used by equipment. This is probably driving the Tons/kW question that the HVAC engineers are telling people cannot be solved. 1 Ton of cooling will eliminate 12,000 BTU/hr of heat. 12,000 BTU/hr will be produced by 3.516 kW of power used by equipment. 1 Ton of cooling will then handle 3.516 kW of equipment load based heat exhaust.

# How do you convert BTU to KW?

BTUs and kilowatts measure different types of quantities. A BTU (British Thermal Unit) measures heat (energy), while a kilowatt (1000 watts) measures power (energy per unit ti…me). 1 BTU equals 0.0002928 kilowatt-hour 1 BTU/minute equals 0.01757 kilowatt. To convert a watt to BTUs, the factor is 1 kilowatt of power = 3412.1416 BTU/hr 3.412 BTUs equal a watt-hour. 1 kW = 3412.1416 BTU/hour with appropriate significant figures 3*103 BUT per hour

# How do you convert BTU to ton?

A BTU is a measure of heat energy, while a ton is a measure of weight. Unless you're looking for the number of BTUs a ton of a particular fuel will produce, the two are not co…mparable.

# How do you convert kW to kWh?

to convert Kw toKWh you should calculate the field under the Kw/hour graph. The "X" parameter is the hour The "Y" Parameter is Kw The filed between the graph to the axis…. if it's a linear graph it should be very simple (triangle field calculation) but if it doesn't you should use an integral. Anyway - there is no specific formula to convert KW to KWh They don't exactly convert. Kw is a measure of power equaling 1000 watts. Kwh is a measure of power consumption equalling 1000 watts for one hour. You can find Kwh by multiplying power times time. Some examples: a 100 watt bulb illuminated for 10 hours = 1 Kwh. A 1000 watt bulb illuminated for one hour. A 1 watt bulb illuminated for 1000 hours. A 25 watt bulb illuminated for 40 hours The unit kWh is a unit of energy, which is power multiplied by time. Multiply the power of the equipment (measured in W or kW) by time used (measured in h) and you get the energy in kWh. Examples: A power of 1 kW over a time of one hour is one kWh. A 100 W (0.1 kW) bulb left on for 5 hours uses 0.1 x 5 = 0.5 kWh. If your home uses an average of 500 W (0.5 kW) then it will consume 12 kWh per day (24 h). Also not the correct capitalization. Only the W (Watt) is capitalized, the k (kilo = 1000) prefix and the time unit h (hour) are not. ======= 1 KWh, is 1 kilowatt per second, for 1 hour, or 1KW x 3600 seconds (3,600,000 watts) Â Answer: Simply, multiply the power (kW) by the time duration (in hours) the power has been consumed. Then you'll get the energy the equipment/system has consumed (kilo Joules). *[1kW = 1 kJ/s] Example: A 100W bulb used for 5 hours... Then, energy consumed = (100/1000)kW x 5h = 0.5 kWh

# 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 Btu to Kcal?

Here is a converter: http://www.translatorscafe.com/cafe/units-converter/energy/calculator/-Btu%5D-to--kcal%5D/

# 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. Â Comment The term, 'unit', i…s short for 'Board of Trade Unit'. The Board of Trade used to regulate the cost of electricity in Britain.

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# How do you convert kcal to btu?

1 kilocalorie = 3.96566683 btu

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# Convert gas units in to kwh?

Answer Multiply the gas units (imperial) by 100, then divide by three. This will give you how many kilo watts an hour. If you want a more accurate answers, multiply the… gas units by 31.6. For metric metres (cubic meteres) multiply by 11.06 to get KWH

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# How do you convert MBH to BTU?

MBH does not convert directly to BTU. MBH is 1,000 BTU/hr.

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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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# 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.