Thermal Conductance

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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How to use this converter

  1. Find the unit you want to convert from
  2. Click right after it
  3. Enter the value you want to convert
  1. The calculator will automatically convert the value in the other units

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