Convert BTU to CFM?

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When you are converting btu to cfm you will need to divide the btu by one hundred thousand. This amount is the number of btu's in a therm. Next, you will need to multiply the answer that you get by ninety seven point seven which is the volume of thermal of natural gas.
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To convert btu or British Thermal Units to cfm or cubic feet/minute you
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No. BTUs are heat (British Thermal Units) and cfm is a measure of air flow volume (cubic feet per minute)
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1. Divide the energy transfer rate in BTUs per hour by 100,000, which is the number of BTUs in a therm. For instance, if you are converting a rate of 500,000 BTUs per hour: 500,000
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Edit. This common HVAC equation shows the relationship. BTU/Hr = 1.08 CFM (dt) (dt) is the degF change in air temerature.
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To convert btu or British Thermal Units to cfm or cubic feet/minute you ...
1. Divide the energy transfer rate in BTUs per hour by 100,000, which is the number of BTUs in a therm. For instance, if you are converting a rate of 500,000 BTUs ...
1. Divide the energy transfer rate in BTUs per hour by 100,000, which is the number of BTUs in a therm. For instance, if you are converting a rate of 500,000 BTUs ...
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