In relation to fuel consumption How do you convert from grams per kilowatt hour to litres per hour
The two sets of units are not compatible. While a gallon may be converted to a litre, there is no relationship between kWh and hour.
One horsepower = 746 watts or .746kW. Run the motor for an hour and this will equal .746 kWh.
1 kWh is a kilowatt-hour, in other words 1000 watts for one hour. That is 1000 Joules per second, for 3600 seconds. So 1 kWh is 3,600,000 Joules, or 3600 kJ.
good question A KWH is 1000 watts of power used for one hour. A 100 watt bulb would need to be on for 10 hours to use 1 KWH.
45.000.000 kWh = MW
Kwh is a measurement of energy also known as the kilowatt hour. The term KV is for the kilovolts. There is no conversion calculation to convert kilowatt speed with voltage.
I don't know in what context you saw that, but that looks as if for every unit of energy (kWh) spent, you get a certain number of liters of ... something.
A watt is a J/s. So a kWh is 1000 (J * hr)/s. Since there are 3600 seconds in an hour: 1 kWh = 3,600,000 J. There are 4.18 J per calorie, so: 1 kWh = 861,000 cal 665 kWh = 573,000,000 cal
Not possible to convert metric tonnes to kwh Metric tonnes is measure of mass and kwh is measure of energy.
One BTU is approximately a third of a watt-hour. An MMbtu is million.
1 MMBtu = 293.1 kWh 1 kWh = 0.003412 MMBtu
Cubic feet are a measure of volume, kWh is a measure of energy. You can't convert the one to the other.
You can't! Horsepower is the Imperial unit of measurement for power, whereas a kilowatt hour is used to measure energy -two different quantities! Your question is equivalent to asking, "How do you convert miles per hour into kilometres?"
1 kwh is 1000mwh Answer: 1 kWh is one kilo Watt hour = 1,000 Watt-hours. 1 mWh is a milli Watt-hour = 1/1,000 Watt-hours. Therefore the answer is 1,000 x 1,000 or 1,000,000 mWh.
To convert 'kwh' to 'kvah' you first need to measure the length of time. You will then convert this amount to hours by dividing by 3,600. You will then divide this amount by the length of time.
KV is kiloVolt and KWH is KiloWatt Hour
"grams per kwh" = (mass)/(energy). This works out to be equivalent tounits of (time)2/(area) , and has no physical significance in everyday life."liters per hour" = (volume)/(time). That could be the flow rate of waterthrough a hose, or the rate at which a brewery produces beer.The two units have radically different physical dimensions, and the quantitiesthey measure ... if the first one even exists ... have no similarity whatsoever.There's no way that these units could ever be converted one to the other.
Cubic meters is a measure of volume, kWh is a unit of energy. The two are totally unrelated, you can't convert them.Cubic meters is a measure of volume, kWh is a unit of energy. The two are totally unrelated, you can't convert them.Cubic meters is a measure of volume, kWh is a unit of energy. The two are totally unrelated, you can't convert them.Cubic meters is a measure of volume, kWh is a unit of energy. The two are totally unrelated, you can't convert them.
1 unit = 1 KW X 1 Hour so it means that unit of current can be converted into kWh by multiplying it by the watt and t time taken (in hours).
Divide the dollars per kWh by 3,412.14163