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To be able to convert a unit into another, the two units must be compatible, ie they must represent the same physical quantity. The unit kWh reads kilowatt hour and is a unit of of energy. The liter, on the other hand is a unit of volume or capacity (dry measures). What is the link between the two: none. So you cannot convert energy into volume.

If the content of the volume is some kind of fuel that somehow generates energy and you want to know how much energy this volume of that particular fuel can deliver then there is not enough information to attempt a solution.

Sorry.

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All electrical appliances have a UL label showing the rating, by law. So generally kwh reduction isn't necessary, unless you are planning on rebuilding the wire armature and reduce the capacity of the motor. Anything is possible but not always feasible I'd think getting a smaller device might be easier....

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Nov 01, 2012 | Cell Phones

- Multiply by the temperature and pressure figure (1.02264).
- Multiply by colorific value (39.25)
- Divide by 3.6 to get the number of kilowatt hours (kWh)

Make sure you have the correct colorific value for your gas but 39.25 is most common

Mar 30, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

To determine the cost of using this air conditioner, you will need to find out what your electric company charges per kw/h. This is the standard unit that electricity is charged for. Next determine the wattage of the air conditioner. This should be found on the unit name plate. If you can not find the wattage by the name plate, the take the voltage and multiply by the amperage, this will give you watts. Next multiply the wattage by 24. (watts per hour x 24 hours) Finally divide this number by 1000. This will give you the total Kw that the unit will use in a 24 hour period. If you multiply this number by the cost per Kw that will give you the operating cost of your unit for one day.

ex. electric company charges .25/Kw The unit uses 1000 watts 1000 x 24 = 24000 watts 24000/1000 = 24 Kw 24 Kw x .25/Kw = $6.00 day

Note: all figures shown above were randomly generated in my head, and have no correlation to your calculations. Hope this helps.

ex. electric company charges .25/Kw The unit uses 1000 watts 1000 x 24 = 24000 watts 24000/1000 = 24 Kw 24 Kw x .25/Kw = $6.00 day

Note: all figures shown above were randomly generated in my head, and have no correlation to your calculations. Hope this helps.

May 04, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

Average 3.5 KWH per wash - can go up to as high of 5 KWH when you use high temperatures and extra options.

Feb 05, 2010 | Kenmore 15944 Top Load Washer

KWH = The Wattage of the Unit multiplied by the length of time used..
IE: a 1000 Watt Unit that is used for One Hour is equal One Kilowatt Hour. (1000Watts = 1KWatt)
Wattage is The input Voltage multiplied by the Current draw.
IE: 115Volts the unit draws say 4Amps equals, 115x4=660 = 660Watts.

Feb 02, 2010 | Dryers

kwh is kilowatt hours. it is a function of the electric meter to take the amperes and the voltage and multiply them together to give total watts. this figure is again multiplied by one thousand to get killowatts. a killowatt hr is 1000 watts times 60 minutes.

Oct 21, 2009 | Honeywell HE260A1010 Whole House...

The GE TFF20VB 19.6 CF Frig is rated at an estimated average 1,438 Kwh/yr. The new one GE is almost twice as efficient. A annual energy savings of 68.289%. If you can afford to pay cash for the new one get the new one. Never finance or you will just be spending the savings in interest and finance charges and never actually realize the savings.

Aug 29, 2009 | GE Refrigerators

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