How Many Btus in a Cord of Wood?


The amount of BTU's in a cord of wood would depend on the exact type of wood. There are 18.4 to 19.5 BTU's in a cord of alder red wood and 24.5 to 26.0 BTU's in a cord of ash wood.
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How big is a cord of wood? As the winter season approaches, it is time to look at buying firewood. If you are planning on storing a large amount, you will need to know how big a cord
1. Place a tarp on dirt or grass, if stacking the cord outside or in an area without a concrete floor. 2. Lay one row of the wood across the tarp or concrete flooring. If storing
4'x8'x4' or 132 cubic feet. That is a stacked pile 4 feet wide by 8 feet long by 4 feet high.
A cord of wood is a pile of logs four feet (1.2 meters) wide and four feet (1.2 meters) high and eight feet (2.4 meters) long. It may contain from 77 to 96 cubic feet of wood. The
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The amount of BTUs in a cord of wood vary depending on the the type of wood that the cord is made up of. For example, one cord of Osage Orange wood is around 30.0 BTUs. There are literally hundreds of different types of wood in the world so you really have to be in tune with the type of wood that you have in order to figure out the individual BTUs. Typically, wherever you get the wood from should know the type.
The denser the wood and the dryer the wood the more btus you will get. So from a cord of standard wood you would get from 18,000,000 to 24,000,000 btus. The best wood for burning and the most heat would be hickory, locust and some oaks are high in btus.
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