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

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$${\bf BTU_{th}}$$, Inch per Square Foot Hour Degree Fahrenheit, is an Imperial unit for 'Thermal Conductivity' expressed as $$Btu-in/(hr-ft^{2}-degF)$$. A thermochemical 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. $$1 Btu_{th} \cdot in/(hr \cdot ft^{2} \cdot degF)$$ 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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Unit of thermal conductivity according to the Imperial system of units
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$$Btu_{th} \cdot in/(hr \cdot ft^{2} \cdot degF)$$
Btu{th}⋅in/(ft²⋅hr⋅°F)
[Btu_th].[in_i].[ft_i]-2.h-1.[degF]-1
[Btu_th].[in_i]/([ft_i]2.h.[degF])
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$${\bf BTU_{th}}$$, Inch per Square Foot Hour Degree Fahrenheit, is an Imperial unit for 'Thermal Conductivity' expressed as $$Btu-in/(hr-ft^{2}-degF)$$. A thermochemical 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. $$1 Btu_{th} \cdot in/(hr \cdot ft^{2} \cdot degF)$$ 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.
$$Btu(th)-in-per-hr-ft2-degF$$
BTU (TH) Inch per Square Foot Hour Degree Fahrenheit(en)

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