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what is btu/(in*sec*°F)

Question asked by Shawn Murphy on Jul 19, 2019
Latest reply on Jul 19, 2019 by Jim Sculley

I'm working on adding H13 tool steel to the SolidWorks lib.   I'm using the properties defined by Matweb http://www.matweb.com/search/datasheet_print.aspx?matguid=e30d1d1038164808a85cf7ba6aa87ef7.

 

SolidWorks has Thermal Conductivity defined as BTU/(in*sec*°F).  I've looked a few different conversion like this https://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/thermal-conductance-conversion-d_1334.html

 

The closes match I can find is BTU in/(sec*ft^2*°F) or  is Btu (IT) inch/second/square foot/°F here http://www.unitconversion.org/unit_converter/thermal-conductivity.html.

 

Can someone help me cross this over?

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