# Btu (15.8°C, Canada) to Kilojoules

Kilojoules to Btu (15.8°C, Canada) (Swap Units)

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## Btu (15.8°C, Canada) to Kilojoules formula

kJ =

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0.94821
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One BTU is defined as the energy needed to warm 1 avoirdupois pound of liquid water by 1 degree Fahrenheit at one atmosphere. One Btu (15.8°C, Canada) equates to 1054.615 J

## Btu (15.8°C, Canada) to Kilojoules formula

kJ =

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0.94821

## Kilojoules

One Kilojoule is 1,000 Newton Metre, ie the work done or energy transfered to an object when a 1,000 Newton force acts on it over one metre. It can also be defined as the heat energy dissipated by a current of 1,000 amperes passing through a one Ohm resistor for one second

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