Hi,

This looks like an energy question, but it is really a math question. Does anyone have any idea why BTU/Hr is converted to KW, instead of KW/Hr (kWh)?

To me, that is like converting Miles Per Hour to Feet. It can't be done. You could convert Miles Per Hour to Feet Per hour.

All the conversion calculators online either convert BTU/Hr to KW, or they convert kWh (KW/HR) to BTU.

Perplexing.

Thanks

This looks like an energy question, but it is really a math question. Does anyone have any idea why BTU/Hr is converted to KW, instead of KW/Hr (kWh)?

To me, that is like converting Miles Per Hour to Feet. It can't be done. You could convert Miles Per Hour to Feet Per hour.

All the conversion calculators online either convert BTU/Hr to KW, or they convert kWh (KW/HR) to BTU.

Perplexing.

Thanks

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