Q: How many btu's to heat a 36 square foot bathroom?

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It will take 300000 btus at 12000 a ton and a ton of air will be 400 sq feet so. 10000 sq ft divided by 400 is 25 tons of air then multiply 25 times 12000 btus and you get 300000

You would need to remove approximately 1200 BTUs of heat to convert a gallon of water to ice. There are 8.34 lb in a gallon of water, which converting to lb-moles is 0.463. The latent heat of crystallization for water is -2583.4 BTU/lb-mole. Multiplying the two together and you get -1197 BTUs, which means you need to remove that amount of heat to convert the gallon of water to ice.

This depends greatly on the region in which you live. In California 700 square feet would require only about 30,000 BTU. In Vermont, probably twice that much would be adequate. It also depends on insulation and weather sealing.

212 - 80 = 132 degrees temperature increase x 1 pound water = 132 BTU

The amount of feet per btu varies according to many factors such as how tall the ceiling is or how many windows there are. In most houses, usually you need about 20 to 22 btu per square foot. So, divide 15000 by these and you get it will heat anywhere from about 680 to 750 square feet.

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4800 BTUs will 150 square feet.

On average it takes about 1,600 BTUs to heat 50 square feet. Multiplying 50 by 1600 equals about 80,000. Therefore, the heating plan of 1,600 square foot are would take about 80,000 BTUs.

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to calulate your btu needs,you can use this link: http://hearth.com/calc/btucalc.html

It takes about 50,000 btus to heat 1000 square feet

80,000 btus (british thermal units) should heat up 3,500 square feet

Standard practice holds that it takes 5000 BTUs to heat a room 100 to 150 sq ft Figure on adding another 1000 BTUs for every 50 or so sq ft added. Hence , 400 to 450 sq ft would need about 10,000 BTUs

The answer depends on the city. Somewhere like Colombo (Sri Lanka) will probably require 0 btus.