# BTU/hr to Horsepower (Electric) Calculator

BTU/hr

Horsepower (Electric)

## How to use this BTU/hr to Horsepower (Electric) Converter 🤔

Follow these steps to convert given BTU/hr value from BTU/hr units to Horsepower (Electric) units.

- Enter the input
**BTU/hr**value in the text field. - The given
**BTU/hr**is converted to**Horsepower (Electric)**in realtime ⌚ using the formula, and displayed under the**Horsepower (Electric)**label. - You may copy the resulting
**Horsepower (Electric)**value using the Copy button.

## Formula

To convert given power from BTU/hr to Horsepower (Electric), use the following formula.

## Calculation

## BTU/hr

The British Thermal Unit per hour (BTU/hr) is a unit of power used to describe the rate of heat energy transfer. One BTU is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit. When expressed as BTU per hour, it indicates the amount of heat energy transferred per hour. This unit is commonly used in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems to specify the cooling or heating capacity of an appliance. It is also used in the context of power generation and thermal energy production.

## Horsepower (Electric)

Electric horsepower (hp(E)) is a unit of power used primarily to measure the output of electric motors. It is defined as exactly 746 watts. This unit is useful for comparing the power output of electric motors to other types of engines.

## Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

### 1. What is the formula for converting BTU/hr to Horsepower (Electric) in Power?

The formula to convert BTU/hr to Horsepower (Electric) in Power is:

(BTU/hr * 0.29307107)/746

### 2. Is this tool free or paid?

This Power conversion tool, which converts BTU/hr to Horsepower (Electric), is completely free to use.

### 3. How do I convert Power from BTU/hr to Horsepower (Electric)?

To convert Power from BTU/hr to Horsepower (Electric), you can use the following formula:

(BTU/hr * 0.29307107)/746

For example, if you have a value in BTU/hr, you substitute that value in place of BTU/hr in the above formula, and solve the mathematical expression to get the equivalent value in Horsepower (Electric).