The output conductivity is given as mW/(m K), Btu(IT)/(h ft °F) and kcal(IT)/(h m K).
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See also other properties of Air at varying temperature and pressure: Density and specific weight at varying temperature , Density at varying pressure , Diffusion Coefficients for Gases in Air , Prandtl Number , Specific heat at varying temperature and Specific heat at varying pressure , Thermal Diffusivity , Properties at gas-liquid equilibrium conditions and Air thermophysical properties at standard conditions and Composition and molecular weight ,
as well as thermal conductivity o f ammonia , butane , carbon dioxide , ethane , ethylene , hydrogen , methane , nitrogen , propane and water .
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Air thermal conductivity at atmospheric pressure and temperatures given in °C:
|[°C]||[mW/m K]||[kcal(IT)/(h m K)]||[Btu(IT)/(h ft °F)]|
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Air thermal conductivity at atmospheric pressure and temperatures given in °F:
|[°F]||[Btu(IT)/(h ft °F)]||[kcal(IT)/(h m K)]||[mW/m K]|
Thermal conductivity units conversion:
Thermal conductivity unit converter
british thermal unit(international)/(foot hour degree fahrenheit) [Btu(IT)/(ft h°F], british thermal unit(international)/(inch hour degree fahrenheit) [Btu(IT)/(in h°F], british thermal unit(international)*inch/(square foot*hour*degree fahrenheit) [(Btu(IT) in)/(ft² h°F)], kilocalorie/(meter hour degree celcius) [kcal/(m h°C)], joule/(centimeter second degree kelvin) [J/(cm s K)], watt/(meter degree kelvin) [W/(m°C)],
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