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Heat Transfer Converter
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Heat Transfer Calculator
Heat transfer calculator is used to calculate the rate of heat transfer in a given system.
What is heat transfer?
Heat transfer is the term used to describe the movement of heat (thermal energy) caused by temperature differences and the subsequent distribution and variations in temperature. The exchange of momentum, energy, and mass through conduction, convection, and radiation is the focus of the study of transport phenomena.
These rules of momentum, energy, and mass conservation, along with constitutive laws—relations that characterize both the conservation and flux of the quantities involved in these phenomena—provide the foundation for these formulations.
Examples of heat transfer
Example 1:
Evaluate this value in different units -23212413
Method | Value | Unit |
BTU/hour square foot ^{o}F: | -4087942.276 | BTU/hft^{2} |
Calorie/second square centimeter ^{o}C: | -554.4189596 | cal/scm^{2} |
CHU/hour square foot ^{o}C: | -4087942.276 | CHU/hft^{2} |
Joule/second square meter K: | -23212413.00 | j/sm^{2} |
Kilocalorie/hour square foot ^{o}C: | -1854259.443 | kcal/hft^{2} |
kilocalorie/hour square meter ^{o}C: | -19959082.35 | kcal/hm^{2} |
watt/square meter ^{o}C: | -23212413.00 | W/m^{2} |
watt/square meter K: | -23212413.00 | W/m^{2} |
Example 2:
Evaluate the value 234 in different units.
Method | value | Unit |
BTU/hour square foot ^{o}F: | 41.20978257 | BTU/hft^{2} |
Calorie/second square centimeter ^{o}C: | 0.005588993981 | cal/scm^{2} |
CHU/hour square foot ^{o}C: | 41.20978257 | CHU/hft^{2} |
Joule/second square meter K: | 234.0000000 | j/sm^{2} |
Kilocalorie/hour square foot ^{o}C: | 18.69244312 | kcal/hft^{2} |
kilocalorie/hour square meter ^{o}C: | 201.2037813 | kcal/hm^{2} |
watt/square meter ^{o}C: | 234.0000000 | W/m^{2} |
watt/square meter K: | 234.0000000 | W/m^{2} |