## How do you convert cubic feet to Btu per hour?

To convert from BTUs to cubic feet per hour divide BTU/1100 (example: 50,000 BTU by 1100 = 45.5 cubic feet of gas per hour). See the example on page 2 to help further illustrate this. To get BTU from cubic feet, multiply cubic x feet 1100 (45.5 cubic feet x 1100 = 50,000 BTU.)

**How many Btu are in a cubic foot?**

Natural gas: 1 cu ft of natural gas = 1,030 Btu.

**How many BTUs are in a cubic foot of gas?**

In 2020, the U.S. annual average heat content of natural gas delivered to consumers was about 1,037 Btu per cubic foot. Therefore, 100 cubic feet (Ccf) of natural gas equals 103,700 Btu, or 1.037 therms.

### How many cubic feet is 1 mmBTU?

The answer is: 1 mmBTU equals 1,000.00 cu ft N.G.

**How many BTUs are in a cubic foot of propane?**

2,516 BTUs

One cubic foot of propane = 2,516 BTUs compared to one cubic foot of natural gas = 1,030 BTUs.

**How many cubic feet is 1 mmbtu?**

#### How much is a cubic foot of gas?

In the United States natural gas is typically priced in dollars per MMBtu, dollar per cubic feet, or dollars per therm. The national average for natural gas in January 2020 was $9.52 per thousand cubic feet 3.

**How many BTU are in a mmbtu?**

Million BTU to British Thermal Unit Conversion Table

Million BTU | British Thermal Units |
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0.001 MMBTU | 1,000 BTU |

0.01 MMBTU | 10,000 BTU |

0.1 MMBTU | 100,000 BTU |

1 MMBTU | 1,000,000 BTU |

**How many BTU are in a cubic meter?**

35,915 BTUs

Equivalent measures

1 cu.m. = 0.03789 GJ | 1 billion cu.ft. = 1,000 million cu.ft. |
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1 103 m3 = 37.89 GJ | 1 million BTUs = 1.055056 GJ |

1 cu.m. = 35,915 BTUs | 1 cu.m. = 35.31 cu.ft. |

1 cu.ft. = 1,000 BTUs | 1 cu.ft. = 0.028317 cu.m. |

1 million cu.ft. = 1 milion BTUs | 1 billion cu.ft. = 28,327,840 cu.m. |

## How many BTU hr are in a gallon of propane?

91,500 BTUs

Propane has 91,500 BTUs per gallon. 1.52 gallons equals the heat of one gallon of oil. Electricity has 3,413 BTUs per kilowatt hour (kwh).

**How do you calculate BTU for propane?**

Multiply the number of gallons of propane by 91,547, which is the number of BTUs in a gallon. In the example, 5 gallons of propane would produce 457,735 BTUs of heat energy. Divide the number of BTUs by 1,000 to convert to KBTU, which might be easier to manage when dealing with large numbers.

**How do you calculate BTU hr?**

Therefore, the power conversion of kW to BTU/hr. is given by; P (BTU/hr.) = 3412.142 x P (kW). To get the power in BTU/hr. we multiply the power in kilowatts by 3412.142. Using the above example; Convert 10 Kilowatts to BTU/hr. The calculation will be shown as; P (BTU/hr.) = 3412.142 x 10 (kW). = 34121.42 BTU/hr.

### How do you convert kW to BTU?

How to convert kW to BTU/hr. 1 kW = 3412.142 BTU/hr. The power conversion of kW to BTUIT/hr is given by the formula: P(BTU/hr) = 3412.142 ⋅ P(kW)

**How do you calculate BTU per square foot?**

To calculate BTU per square foot, start by measuring the square footage of each room you want to heat or cool. Then, add the square footage for each room together. Once you have the total square footage, just multiply that number by 20 to find how many BTUs per hour you’d need to heat or cool the space.

**How many CFH are in a BTU?**

The BTU’s per hour unit number 2.72 Btu/h converts to 1 atm cfh, one atmosphere cubic foot per hour. It is the EQUAL power value of 1 atmosphere cubic foot per hour but in the BTU’s per hour power unit alternative.