Thermal Conductivity

Thermal conductivity is the property of a material to conduct heat. In SI units, thermal conductivity is measured in watts per meter-kelvin (W/m·K). This Thermal Conductivity converter allows you to convert Btu (IT) inch/hour/sq. foot/°F (Btu(IT)-in/(h·ft²·°F)), Btu (IT) inch/second-sq. Foot.°F (Btu(th)-in/(s·ft²·°F)), Btu (IT)-foot/hour-sq. Foot.°F (Btu(IT)-ft/(h·ft²·°F)), Btu (th) foot/hour/sq. foot/°F (Btu(th)-ft/(h·ft²·°F)), Btu (th) inch/hour/sq. foot/°F (Btu(th)-in/(h·ft²·°F)), Btu (th) inch/second-sq. Foot.°F (Btu(th)-in/(s·ft²·°F)), calorie (IT)/second-centimeter.°C (cal/(s·cm·°C)), calorie (th)/second-centimeter.°C (cal(th)/(s·cm·°C)), kil°Calorie (IT)/hour-meter.°C (kcal/(h·m·°C)), kil°Calorie (th)/hour-meter.°C (kcal(th)/(h·m·°C)), kilowatt/meter-Kelvin (kW/(m·K)), watt/centimeter.°C (W/(cm·°C)), watt/meter-Kelvin (W/(m·K)), among other units related to Thermal Conductivity.