Q: How many btu to heat 1500 cubic feet?

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1500 cubic feet, ft3

Assuming the container is full at 1500 liters, the container's volume in cubic feet will be about 53 cubic feet (52.9720005, more precisely).

1,500 L = 52.972 ft3

Approximately 424 cubic meters or 424,000 liters make 15,000 cubic feet.

It depends upon how cold it is outside. However, my computer consumes roughly 500 Watts and can adequately heat my 960 cubic foot room when the temperature outside is around freezing outside. Your 1500 Watts of heating power should be just as effective at heating 3 times the volume, or 2,880 cubic feet. Presuming that your room is 8 feet tall, this means that it should be able to heat a room up to 360 square feet large.

It is a question of cubic feet, not square feet.

1500 sq ft

1 inch = 1/12 foot27 cubic feet = 1 cubic yardVolume = 1,500 x 1/12 = 125 cubic feet = 417/27 cubic yards (rounded, that's 4.63)

2727 cubic feet

How many feet in a yard? A: 3How many cubic feet in a cubic yard? A: 3 * 3 * 3 = 27235 / 27 = 8.7

0.52 cubic yards = 14.04 cubic feet.

1.2 (cubic feet) = 2073.6 cubic inches