A kilowatt hour is calculated by adding the watts together and deviding by 1000, this will give you kilowatts (kW). Then work out how many hours you are using this load for. multiply the kW by the hours and you get kWh. eg 15 lamps at 100w = 1500w/1000 = 1.5 kW. If these were left on for 6 hours then 6 x 1.5 = 9 kWh.
There is no such thing as a 'kilowatt per hour'. It's rather like saying 'kilometres per hour per hour', because a kilowatt is a special name given to a joule per second -in other words, it measures a rate.
Answer: It depens what type of dryer.Answer: Also, the power rating is in watts or kilowatts, not in kilowatts/hour.
About .6 kilowatts per hour.
There is no such unit as a 'watt per minute' or a 'kilowatt per hour'.
52 kilowatts per hour
kW or kilowatts are power and not interchangeable with speed
10,000 BTUIT/hr is about 2.93 kW
175 kilo watt
There are 3,413 BTU (British Thermal Units) per Kilowatt Hour, so if your appliance operated at a rate of 100,000 BTU per hour you would operating at a rate of 29.3 Kilowatts. You can go to www.erpud.com/comparison.htm to see a sheet that reflects energy cost comparisons. Hope this helped.
Although I do not know the exact number, it would be low if measured in kilowatts. The electric company charges by how many kilowatts a house uses per hour.
No device uses "kilowatts per hour". A watt or kilowatt is a unit of power, not of energy. That means that the "per hour" or "per second" is already implied - the watt refers to a "rate of energy conversion" - not to an amount of energy. If a devices uses a certain amount of kilowatts, it uses this amount all the time while it is on - whether it is kept on for a second or for several days.
1 miles per hour = 1 609.344 meters per hour
about $33 an hour
Miles per hour or kilometers per hour
watt (w) means joules per second. kW (kilowatts) means thousands of joules per second. Multiply that by 3600 to get the joules used per hour.
Metres per second * 2.2369 = miles per hour.
Same as in a second, or in a century. A kilowatt is a unit of power, not of energy.
You can calculate fuel consumption per Kilowatt hour in diesel engine by multiplying the miles per gallon by the wattage per hour that the engine runs. This gives the net Kilowatt hour fuel consumption.
To obtain watts you need amps x volts.
There is no such thing as a "kilowatt per hour". Kilowatt is a unit of power, not of energy. A unit of energy is kilowatt-hour. That's kilowatt times hours, not "per" hour ("per" implies division, not multiplication). If a generator produces 10 kilowatts, that means it produces 10 kilowatt-hours every hour.
BTU and kilowatt-hours are measures of energy, while power is measured in either kilowatts or BTU per hour. 1 kilowatt-hour is equal to 3412 BTU, or 1 kilowatt equals 3412 BTU/hr. 8000 BTU per hour is equal to 2.344 kilowatts, which is 19.53 amps at 120 v.
Use this conversion: meters per second x 2.237 = miles per hour
1,660 megawatts is equivalent to: -- 1.66 gigawatts -- 1,660,000 kilowatts -- 1,660,000,000 watts -- 1,600,000 Kwh per hour -- 5,976,000,000,000 joules per hour -- 2,225,201 horsepower (rounded) . . etc.
the line voltage ,which is necesary to calculate kilowatts, is missing.