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Glossary » Units » Thermal Conductivity » British Thermal Unit (IT)-Inch Per Square Foot Per Hour Per Fahrenheit Degree
British Thermal Unit (IT)-Inch Per Square Foot Per Hour Per Fahrenheit Degree (Btu (IT)-in/h-ft2-°F) is a unit in the category of Thermal conductivity. This unit is commonly used in the UK, US unit systems. British Thermal Unit (IT)-Inch Per Square Foot Per Hour Per Fahrenheit Degree (Btu (IT)-in/h-ft2-°F) has a dimension of MLT-3Q-1 where M is mass, L is length, T is time, and Q is temperatur. It can be converted to the corresponding standard SI unit W/m-K by multiplying its value by a factor of 0.14422788809.
Note that the seven base dimensions are M (Mass), L (Length), T (Time), Q (Temperature), N (Aamount of Substance), I (Electric Current), and J (Luminous Intensity).

Other units in the category of Thermal conductivity include British Thermal Unit (IT) Per Foot Per Hour Per Fahrenheit Degree (Btu (IT)/ft-h-°F), British Thermal Unit (IT)-Inch Per Square Foot Per Second Per Fahrenheit Degree (Btu (IT)-in/s-ft2-°F), British Thermal Unit (therm.) Per Foot Per Hour Per Fahrenheit Degree (Btu (therm.)/ft-h-°F), British Thermal Unit (therm.)-Inch Per Square Foot Per Hour Per Fahrenheit Degree (Btu (therm.)-in/h-ft2-°F), British Thermal Unit (therm.)-Inch Per Square Foot Per Second Per Fahrenheit Degree (Btu (therm.)-in/s-ft2-°F), Calorie (IT) Per Centimeter Per Second Per Degree Celsius (cal (IT)/cm-s-°C), Calorie (therm.) Per Centimeter Per Second Per Degree Celsius (cal (therm.)/cm-s-°C), Watt Per Centimeter Per Celsius Degree (W/cm-°C), Watt Per Meter Per Celsius Degree (W/m-°C), and Watt Per Meter Per Kelvin (W/m-K).

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