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Convert British thermal unit (ISO)

British thermal unit (iso) is a unit of measurement of energy, work, or amount of hea. The definition for british thermal unit (iso) is the following:
A British thermal unit (ISO) is equal to 1.0545 × 103 J.
The British thermal unit or BTU is a unit of energy equal to about 1055.05585 Joules. One BTU is approximately the amount of energy needed to heat 1 pound (0.454 kg) of water at 1 °Fahrenheit (0.556 °Celsius). The British thermal unit is used in the power, steam generation, heating and air conditioning industries.
The symbol for British thermal unit (ISO) is BTUISO
British thermal unit (ISO) is compatible with the joule base unit.

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