Thermal conductance can be defined as the ability of a materials to conduct heat.
The higher the thermal conductance of a material, the more heat is transferred across that material.
In the International System of Units, thermal conductance is measured in watts per meter kelvin (W·m⁻¹·K⁻¹) while in Imperial units, thermal conductance is measured in BTU/(hr·ft⋅°F).
These online unit converters are designed to support fast and accurate conversion among several units of thermal conductance, from one system into another.
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SPRINGER London, New York, Heidelberg, xxiv, 848 pages (2005)