Quads to British Thermal Units Conversion
Enter the energy in quads below to get the value converted to british thermal units.
How to Convert Quads to British Thermal Units
To convert a quad measurement to a british thermal unit measurement, multiply the energy by the conversion ratio. One quad is equal to 1.0E+15 british thermal units, so use this simple formula to convert:
The energy in british thermal units is equal to the quads multiplied by 1.0E+15.
Quads and british thermal units are both units used to measure energy. Keep reading to learn more about each unit of measure.
One therm is a measure of heat energy equal to one quadrillion (1,000,000,000,000,000) BTU, which are equal to the amount of heat energy required to increase the temperature of one pound of water one degree Fahrenheit. Quads are usually used when talking about energy resources and consumption on a national or international scale.
The quad is a US customary unit of energy.
British thermal units are a measure of heat energy. Specifically, one british thermal unit is equal to the amount of heat energy required to increase the temperature of one pound of water one degree Fahrenheit. They are often used as a way to rate the energy heat producing appliances such furnaces, and to price heating fuels such as natural gas.
The british thermal unit is a US customary unit of energy. British thermal units can be abbreviated as BTU; for example, 1 british thermal unit can be written as 1 BTU.
Quad to British Thermal Unit Conversion Table
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