Thermal Conductivity - Online Converter
Convert between thermal conductivity units.
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Thermal Conductivity indicates a materials ability to conduct heat.
The calculator below can be used to convert between common units for thermal conductivity:
Value (use period as decimal point)
Watt/meter.K
Watt/cm.^{o}C
Kilowatt/m.^{o}K
Calorie/sec.cm.^{o}C
KCalorie/hour.m.^{o}C
Btu/hour.ft.^{o}F
Btu.inch/hour.square foot.^{o}F
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- Thermodynamics - Work, heat and energy systems.
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