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I want to convert thermal conductivity to thermal conductance. The problem is with the units.

for thermal conductivity the units are [W/(m.K)] and for thermal conductance the units are [W/K]

For E.g for copper thermal conductivity is 400[W/m.K]

how can I convert it to thermal conductance?Can it be simply by multiplying it my the length of the copper wire I am using?

Any help with be really appreciated.

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Hamza

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# Converting Thermal Conductivity to Thermal Conduction/Resistance

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