# How do you convert BTU to GPM?

The GPM formula is GPM = Air side Btu ÷ (measured water Δt x 500).

## How many gallons are in a BTU?

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Sample Btu conversion factors

Energy source/fuel Physical units and Btu1
Motor gasoline 1 gallon = 120,286 Btu2
Diesel fuel 1 gallon = 137,381 Btu3
Heating oil 1 gallon = 138,500 Btu4
Propane 1 gallon = 91,452 Btu

## What is the formula to calculate GPM?

The formula to find GPM is 60 divided by the seconds it takes to fill a one gallon container (60 / seconds = GPM). Example: The one gallon container fills in 5 seconds. 60 / 5 = 12 GPM. (60 divided by 5 equals 12 gallons per minute.)

## What is the BTU formula?

1 BTU is equal to: 1 BTU = 1.054 kJ (kilojoules) 1 BTU = 0.2931 W⋅h (watt-hours) 1 BTU = 0.0000833 tons.

BTU Requirements Based On Room Size (By Energy Star)

Cooling Area (In Square Feet): BTU Cooling Capacity:
100 to 150 square feet 5,000 BTU

## How many BTU per hour is 1hp?

Horsepower to Btu (IT)/hour Conversion Table

Horsepower [hp, Hp (UK)] Btu (IT)/hour [Btu/h]
1 hp, hp (UK) 2544.4335776441 Btu/h
2 hp, hp (UK) 5088.8671552882 Btu/h
3 hp, hp (UK) 7633.3007329322 Btu/h
5 hp, hp (UK) 12722.16788822 Btu/h

## What does BTU mean for gas stoves?

BTUs measure heat energy and, on a gas range or cooktop, are a good way to quantify cooking power. The higher the BTUs, the higher the heat you can achieve with that burner and, often, the bigger the flame. Heat inside a gas oven is also measured in BTUs, with most ovens delivering around 16,000 total BTUs.

## What does BTU stand for in gas?

British thermal unit

What it means: British thermal unit, a measure of the energy content of a fuel. The heat required to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit at a specified temperature and pressure. One Btu equals 252 calories, 778 foot pounds, 1,055 joules or . 293 watt hours.

## What is the gpm flow rate?

GPM means Gallons Per Minute. Also known as “flow rate”, GPM is a measure of how many gallons of water flow out of your shower head each minute. Since 1992, a maximum of 2.5 GPM is the federally mandated flow rate for new shower heads. This means no more than 2.5 gallons of water should flow out each minute.

## How do you calculate gpm from TR?

Is gpm is equals to tr into 12 000 divided by 500 into delta t.

## How do you calculate gallons in a tank?

Determining the amount of water in your aquarium is as simple as knowing that volume equals length times width times height and that 1 cubic inch of water is equivalent to 0.004329 gallons. Therefore, the volume of your tank in gallons of water = length x width x height (measured in inches) x 0.004329.

## How many gallons is a full tank of gas?

The average gas tank holds 15 to 18 gallons of gas.

## How do you calculate the volume of a tank?

V(tank) = πr2l

Calculate the filled volume of a horizontal cylinder tank by first finding the area, A, of a circular segment and multiplying it by the length, l. Area of the circular segment, the grey shaded area, is A = (1/2)r2(θ – sinθ) where θ = 2*arccos(m/r) and θ is in radians.

## How do you calculate the volume of an aquarium?

You can measure from the inside of the tank or, if preferable, measure the outside and then subtract the width of the tank walls to determine the inside measurement. Next, multiply the length, width and depth measurements in order to find the cubic volume in cubic inches.

## How many gallons is a 3ft tank?

Volume in US gallons and liters.

Tank Diameter Volume (U.S. Gallons per foot)
Feet Inch
3 0 52.88
1 55.86
2 58.92

## How many gallons is a 48x24x18 tank?

85 Gallon

85 Gallon Custom Aquarium, 48x24x18.

## How many fish can I have in a 55 gallon tank?

Bottom Line. The one-inch-per-gallon rule still applies, so be sure that you do not exceed 55 inches of fish in a 55-gallon tank. This roughly equates to four or five bottom-dwelling fish along with a couple algae eaters.

## Can my floor hold my fish tank?

Yes, it can. Put it over as many joists as possible, and you’ll be fine. If it’s in the basement, as in over carpeted concrete, you could place just about any sized tank you want. Yeah, if its in the basement you could have as big a tank as the room can fit!

## What fish live well with bettas?

A:Depending on the size of your aquarium, some of the best betta fish tank mates are:

• mystery snails.
• ghost shrimp.
• moss balls.
• African dwarf frogs.
• small Corydoras species.
• some types of tetras.
• harlequin rasboras.
• feeder guppies.

## What is a good size fish tank for a beginner?

For a beginner, 5 gallons is the minimum recommended tank size, though a 20-gallon tank or larger is even better.

## Are large fish tanks easier to maintain?

Larger tanks are actually a lot easier to maintain than small ones. The higher volume of water means the water chemistry and temperature will stay more stable, and the tank will function more easily as a mini-ecosystem with the ability to self-clean, to a certain extent.

## Can fish tanks clean themselves?

Self-cleaning fish tanks are very real and very handy! There are a number of great products on the market that will save you a ton of time and make the whole fish keeping process much more enjoyable.

## When making an aquarium stand how do you make sure?

Choose a Stand that Supports the Aquarium’s Size and Weight

The first and most important thing that you need to do is to make sure that your aquarium stand is capable of supporting both the aquarium’s size and weight. Go off the filled weight of your aquarium, not the empty weight.

## Can a TV stand hold a fish tank?

A sturdy TV stand will also hold your small fish tank, but most designs are not stable enough for aquariums larger than 10-gallons, because while its true TV stands have more style to choose from, tanks weight much more than TVs.

## Does a fish tank need to be fully supported?

The manufacturer will say the tank requires direct vertical support (bottom of the tank to the floor) at all four corners. This requirement is to “prevent” folks from floating a tank in the middle of a sheet of plywood, with no direct vertical support under the corners.