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# Butane - Thermal Conductivity vs. Temperature and Pressure

## Online calculators, figures and tables showing thermal conductivity of liquid and gaseous butane, C4H10, at varying temperature and pressure, SI and Imperial units.

Thermal conductivity is a material property that describes ability to conduct heat. Thermal conductivity can be defined as

"the quantity of heat transmitted through a unit thickness of a material - in a direction normal to a surface of unit area - due to a unit temperature gradient under steady state conditions"

The SI unit used for thermal conductivity is [W/m K], while a common Imperial unit is [Btu/h ft °F].

Thermal conductivity unit converter

The thermal conductivity of butane depends on temperature and pressure as shown in the figures and tables below.

Butane phase diagram

### Online Butane Thermal Conductivity Calculator

The calculator below can be used to estimate the thermal conductivity of butane at given temperature and atmospheric pressure.
Note! Butane boiling point at atmospheric pressure is -0.8°C / 30.5°F, and hence, there is a shift in conductivity at that temperature.

The output thermal conductivity is given as mW/(m K), Btu(IT)/(h ft °F), (Btu(IT) in)/(h ft2°F) and kcal(IT)/(h m K).

Choose the actual unit of temperature:

See also other properties of Butane at varying temperature and pressure: Density and specific weight , Dynamic and Kinematic Viscosity , Specific Heat (Heat Capacity) and Thermophysical properties at standard conditions ,
as well as thermal conductivity o f air , ammonia , butane , carbon dioxide , ethane , ethylene , hydrogen , methane , nitrogen , propane and water . For thermal conductivity of construction materials, see related documents at the bottom of the page.

Thermal conductivity of butane at given temperatures (°C and °F) and 1 bara:

For full table with Thermal Conductivity - rotate the screen!

Butane - Thermal Conductivity vs. Temperature and Pressure
State Temperature Thermal conductivity Temperature Thermal conductivity
[K] [°C] [mW/m K] [kcal(IT)/(h m K)] [K] [°F] [Btu(IT)/(h ft °F)] [kcal(IT)/(h m K)]
Liquid 78.2 -195 192.1 0.1652 77.6 -320 0.1110 0.1653
123 -150 180.9 0.1556 116 -250 0.1057 0.1574
148 -125 171.9 0.1478 144 -200 0.1002 0.1491
173 -100 161.6 0.1389 172 -150 0.09363 0.1393
198 -75 150.3 0.1292 200 -100 0.08637 0.1285
223 -50 138.5 0.1191 228 -50 0.07879 0.1173
231 -42 134.7 0.1158 231 -44 0.07788 0.1159
248 -25 126.7 0.1089 244 -20 0.07424 0.1105
263 -10 119.8 0.1030 255 0 0.07126 0.1060
268 -5 117.5 0.1011 266 20 0.06834 0.1017
272.3 -0.84 115.7 0.09947 272.3 30.49 0.06684 0.09947
Gas 272.3 -0.84 14.11 0.01214 272.3 30.49 0.00815 0.01214
283 10 15.12 0.01300 283 50 0.00873 0.01300
293 20 16.07 0.01382 300 80 0.00967 0.01438
303 30 17.06 0.01467 305 90 0.00999 0.01486
323 50 19.13 0.01645 311 100 0.01032 0.01535
348 75 21.90 0.01883 339 150 0.01204 0.01791
373 100 24.87 0.02138 366 200 0.01390 0.02069
398 125 28.03 0.02410 394 250 0.01591 0.02367
423 150 31.40 0.02700 422 300 0.01805 0.02686
448 175 34.96 0.03006 478 400 0.02277 0.03389
473 200 38.72 0.03329 533 500 0.02806 0.04176
523 250 46.84 0.04028 589 600 0.03392 0.05047
573 300 55.76 0.04795 644 700 0.04034 0.06004
623 350 65.48 0.05630 700 800 0.04734 0.07045
673 400 76.00 0.06535 755 900 0.05491 0.08171
773 500 99.42 0.08549 811 1000 0.06303 0.09380

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Thermal conductivity of butane at given temperatures  and pressures, SI and Imperial units:

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Butane - Thermal Conductivity vs. Temperature and Pressure
State Temperature Pressure Thermal conductivity
[K] [°C] [°F] [bara] [psia] [mW/m K] [kcal(IT)/(h m K)] [Btu(IT)/(h ft °F)]
Liquid at equilibrium 134.9 -138.25 -216.85 6.7E-06 9.7E-05 176.6 0.1518 0.1020
150 -123 -190 8.6E-05 1.2E-03 171.2 0.1472 0.09892
200 -73 -100 0.0194 0.281 149.4 0.1285 0.08632
220 -53 -64 0.0781 1.13 139.9 0.1203 0.08083
240 -33.2 -28 0.241 3.49 130.4 0.1121 0.07534
260 -13.2 8.3 0.610 8.84 121.2 0.1042 0.07003
280 6.9 44.3 1.33 19.3 112.3 0.09656 0.06489
300 26.9 80.3 2.58 37.4 103.9 0.08934 0.06003
320 46.9 116 4.56 66.2 96.10 0.08263 0.05553
340 66.9 152 7.52 109 88.88 0.07642 0.05135
360 86.9 188 11.7 170 82.27 0.07074 0.04753
380 106.9 224 17.4 252 76.22 0.06554 0.04404
400 126.9 260 25.0 362 70.60 0.06071 0.04079
420 146.9 296 34.9 506 67.19 0.05777 0.03882
134.9 -138.25 -216.85 6.7E-06 9.7E-05 4.855 0.00417 0.00281
Gas at equilibrium 150 -123 -190 8.6E-05 1.2E-03 5.579 0.00480 0.00322
200 -73 -100 0.0194 0.281 8.497 0.00731 0.00491
220 -53 -64 0.0781 1.13 9.884 0.00850 0.00571
240 -33.2 -28 0.241 3.49 11.39 0.00979 0.00658
260 -13.2 8.3 0.610 8.84 13.03 0.01120 0.00753
280 6.9 44.3 1.33 19.3 14.82 0.01274 0.00856
300 26.9 80.3 2.58 37.4 16.78 0.01443 0.00970
320 46.9 116 4.56 66.2 19.00 0.01634 0.01098
340 66.9 152 7.52 109 21.58 0.01856 0.01247
360 86.9 188 11.7 170 24.72 0.02126 0.01428
380 107 224 17.4 252 28.81 0.02477 0.01665
400 127 260 25.0 362 35.03 0.03012 0.02024
420 147 296 34.9 506 53.10 0.04566 0.03068
Liquid 150 -123 -190 1 14.5 171.2 0.1472 0.09893
200 -73.2 -100 1 14.5 149.4 0.1285 0.08632
250 -23.2 -9.7 1 14.5 125.8 0.1082 0.07269
272.31 -0.84 30.49 1 14.5 115.7 0.09947 0.06684
Gas 272.31 -0.84 30.49 1 14.5 14.11 0.01213 0.00815
300 26.9 80.3 1 14.5 16.75 0.01440 0.00968
350 76.9 170 1 14.5 22.12 0.01902 0.01278
400 127 260 1 14.5 28.28 0.02431 0.01634
450 177 350 1 14.5 35.23 0.03029 0.02036
500 227 440 1 14.5 42.98 0.03696 0.02483
550 277 530 1 14.5 51.53 0.04431 0.02978
Liquid 150 -123 -190 10 145 171.5 0.1474 0.09908
200 -73.2 -100 10 145 149.8 0.1288 0.08655
250 -23.2 -9.7 10 145 126.3 0.1086 0.07300
300 26.9 80.3 10 145 104.5 0.08986 0.06038
350 76.9 170 10 145 85.56 0.07357 0.04944
352.62 79.47 175.05 10 145 84.64 0.07277 0.04890
Gas 352.62 79.47 175.05 10 145 23.47 0.02018 0.01356
400 127 260 10 145 29.23 0.02513 0.01689
450 177 350 10 145 36.24 0.03116 0.02094
500 227 440 10 145 44.07 0.03789 0.02546
550 277 530 10 145 52.70 0.04532 0.03045
Liquid 150 -123 -190 50 725 172.6 0.1484 0.09974
200 -73.2 -100 50 725 151.5 0.1303 0.08755
250 -23.2 -9.7 50 725 128.6 0.1106 0.07433
300 26.9 80.3 50 725 107.5 0.09243 0.06211
350 76.9 170 50 725 89.62 0.07706 0.05178
400 127 260 50 725 75.04 0.06452 0.04335
Supercritical
phase
450 177 350 50 725 55.86 0.04803 0.03228
500 227 440 50 725 51.14 0.04397 0.02955
550 277 530 50 725 57.84 0.04973 0.03342
Liquid 150 -123 -190 100 1450 174.0 0.1496 0.1006
200 -73.2 -100 100 1450 153.6 0.1321 0.08875
250 -23.2 -9.7 100 1450 131.4 0.1130 0.07592
300 26.9 80.3 100 1450 111.0 0.09543 0.06413
350 76.9 170 100 1450 94.02 0.08084 0.05432
400 127 260 100 1450 81.08 0.06972 0.04685
Supercritical
phase
450 177 350 100 1450 71.91 0.06183 0.04155
500 227 440 100 1450 65.91 0.05667 0.03808
550 277 530 100 1450 65.62 0.05642 0.03791
Liquid 150 -123 -190 300 4351 179.3 0.1542 0.1036
200 -73.2 -100 300 4351 161.4 0.1388 0.09324
250 -23.2 -9.7 300 4351 141.4 0.1216 0.08172
300 26.9 80.3 300 4351 123.1 0.1058 0.07112
350 76.9 170 300 4351 108.1 0.09292 0.06244
400 127 260 300 4351 97.05 0.08345 0.05608
Supercritical
phase
450 177 350 300 4351 90.03 0.07741 0.05202
500 227 440 300 4351 86.54 0.07441 0.05000
550 277 530 300 4351 85.90 0.07386 0.04963
Liquid 150 -123 -190 650 9427 187.4 0.1612 0.1083
200 -73.2 -100 650 9427 173.2 0.1489 0.1001
250 -23.2 -9.7 650 9427 156.3 0.1344 0.09033
300 26.9 80.3 650 9427 140.3 0.1207 0.08109
350 76.9 170 650 9427 127.0 0.1092 0.07336
400 127 260 650 9427 116.9 0.1005 0.06754
Supercritical
phase
450 177 350 650 9427 110.2 0.09474 0.06366
500 227 440 650 9427 106.6 0.09162 0.06156
550 277 530 650 9427 105.6 0.09079 0.06101

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