unit:BTU_IT-IN-PER-FT2-HR-DEG_F

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$BTU_{th}$ Inch per Square Foot Hour Degree Fahrenheit is an Imperial unit for 'Thermal Conductivity' expressed as $Btu_{it}-in/(hr-ft^{2}-degF)$. An International British thermal unit inch per second per square foot per degree Fahrenheit is a unit of thermal conductivity in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. $1\,Btu_{it} \cdot in/(hr \cdot ft^{2} \cdot degF)$ shows that one thermochemical BTU of heat per one hour moves through one square foot of material, which is one foot thick due to a temperature difference of one degree Fahrenheit.

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BTU (th) Inch per Square Foot Hour Degree Fahrenheit is an Imperial unit for 'Thermal Conductivity', an International British thermal unit inch per second per square foot per degree Fahrenheit is a unit of thermal conductivity in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units.
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$Btu_{it} \cdot in/(hr \cdot ft^{2} \cdot degF)$
Btu{IT}·in/(ft²·hr·°F)
[Btu_IT].[in_i].[ft_i]-2.h-1.[degF]-1
[Btu_IT].[in_i]/([ft_i]2.h.[degF])
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$BTU_{th}$ Inch per Square Foot Hour Degree Fahrenheit is an Imperial unit for 'Thermal Conductivity' expressed as $Btu_{it}-in/(hr-ft^{2}-degF)$. An International British thermal unit inch per second per square foot per degree Fahrenheit is a unit of thermal conductivity in the US Customary Units and British Imperial Units. $1\,Btu_{it} \cdot in/(hr \cdot ft^{2} \cdot degF)$ shows that one thermochemical BTU of heat per one hour moves through one square foot of material, which is one foot thick due to a temperature difference of one degree Fahrenheit.
$Btu(it)-in-per-hr-ft2-degF$
British Thermal Unit (international Table) Inch per Hour Square Foot Degree Fahrenheit(en)

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