›› Convert megawatt to million Btu/hour [I.T.]

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How many megawatt in 1 million Btu/hour? The answer is 0.29307107.
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The SI derived unit for power is the watt.
1 watt is equal to 1.0E-6 megawatt, or 3.4121416351331E-6 million Btu/hour.
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1 megawatt to million Btu/hour = 3.41214 million Btu/hour

5 megawatt to million Btu/hour = 17.06071 million Btu/hour

10 megawatt to million Btu/hour = 34.12142 million Btu/hour

15 megawatt to million Btu/hour = 51.18212 million Btu/hour

20 megawatt to million Btu/hour = 68.24283 million Btu/hour

25 megawatt to million Btu/hour = 85.30354 million Btu/hour

30 megawatt to million Btu/hour = 102.36425 million Btu/hour

40 megawatt to million Btu/hour = 136.48567 million Btu/hour

50 megawatt to million Btu/hour = 170.60708 million Btu/hour

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›› Definition: Megawatt

The megawatt (symbol: MW) is a unit for measuring power corresponding to one million (10^6) watts.

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