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**Atmospheres-Cubic Centimeter per Minutes**- Exactly 1 atm x 1 cm
^{3}per min. Approximately 1.68875 x 10^{-3}Watts (SI).

- Exactly 1 atm x 1 cm
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**Atmospheres-Cubic Centimeter per Second**- Exactly 1 atm x 1 cm
^{3}per sec. Approximately 0.101325 Watts (SI).

- Exactly 1 atm x 1 cm
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**Atmospheres-Cubic Foot per Hour**- Exactly 1 atm x 1 cu ft/h. Approximately 0.797001244704 Watts (SI).

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**Atmospheres-Cubic Foot per Minutes**- Exactly 1 atm x 1 cu ft/min. Approximately 47.82007468224 Watts (SI).

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**Atmospheres-Cubic Foot per Second**- Exactly 1 atm x 1 cu ft/s. Approximately 2.8692044809344 x 10
^{3}Watts (SI).

- Exactly 1 atm x 1 cu ft/s. Approximately 2.8692044809344 x 10
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**Boiler Horsepower**- The energy rate needed to evaporate 34.5lb of water at 212 °F (100 °C) in one hour. Equal to 33,475 BTU/h. Approximately 9.810657 x 10
^{3}. A boiler horsepower is more than 13 times larger than mechanical horsepower (~engine output).

- The energy rate needed to evaporate 34.5lb of water at 212 °F (100 °C) in one hour. Equal to 33,475 BTU/h. Approximately 9.810657 x 10
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**BTUs per Hour**- Approximately 0.293 071 Watts (SI).

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**BTUs per Minute**- Approximately 17.584264 Watts (SI).

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**BTUs per Second**- Approximately 1.05505585262 x 10
^{3}Watts (SI).

- Approximately 1.05505585262 x 10
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**Calories per Second**- Approximately 4.1868 Watts (SI).

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**European Electrical Horsepower**- Defined: 75 kp*m/s (magnitude of force exerted by a gravitational field on one kilogram times meters per second). Also equal to 746 Watts (SI).

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**Feet-Pound-Force per Hour**- Approximately 3.766161 x 10
^{-4}Watts (SI).

- Approximately 3.766161 x 10
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**Foot-Pounds-Force per Second**- Approximately 1.3558179483314004 Watts (SI).

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**Gigawatts**- Exactly 1,000,000,000 Watts (SI). One billion watts.

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**Horsepower**- 550 ft lbf/s. Approximately 745.69987158227022 Watts (SI). Among the many different measurements of horsepower Imperial Mechanical Horsepower is most commonly used in association with engine output in North America and some other parts of the world.

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**Imperial Electrical Horsepower**- Exactly 746 Watts (SI).

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**Imperial Tons of Refrigeration**- Defined as 1 BTU
_{IT}x 1 lng tn/lb / 10 min/s. Approximately 3.938875 cx 10^{3}Watts (SI).

- Defined as 1 BTU
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**IT Tons of Refrigeration**- Defined as 1 BTU
_{IT}x 1 sh tn/lb / 10 min/s. Approximately 3.516853 x 10^{3}Watts (SI).

- Defined as 1 BTU
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**Kilowatts**- Exactly 1,000 Watts (SI).

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**Litres-Atmosphere per Minute**- Defined as 1 atm x 1 L/min. Approximately 1.68875 Watts (SI).

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**Litres-Atmosphere per Second**- Defined as the flow of 1 Litre of Atmosphere per Second. Approximately 101.325 Watts (SI).

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**Lusecs**- 1 L*µmHg/s. Approximately 1.333 x 10
^{-4}Watts (SI).

- 1 L*µmHg/s. Approximately 1.333 x 10
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**Megawatts**- Exactly 1,000,000 Watts (SI).

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**Metric Horsepower**- 75 m kgf/s. Approximately 735.49875 Watts (SI). May be used to describe engine output in countries like Germany, France, Italy and Japan.

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**Milliwatts**- Exactly 0.001 Watts (SI).

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**Poncelets**- Defined as 100 m kgf/s. Approximately 980.665 Watts (SI).

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**Square Feet Equivalent Direct Radiation**- Exactly 240 BTU
_{IT}/h. Approximately 70.337057 Watts (SI).

- Exactly 240 BTU
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**Tons of Air Conditioning**- Defined as 2000 lb
_{m}(1 short ton) ice melted in 24 hours. Approximately 3504 Watts (SI).

- Defined as 2000 lb
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**Watts**- The amount of power equal to one joule of energy per second. Watt is the SI unit for power. 1 W = 1 J/s = 1 N*M/s = 1 kg*m
^{2}/s^{3}

- The amount of power equal to one joule of energy per second. Watt is the SI unit for power. 1 W = 1 J/s = 1 N*M/s = 1 kg*m