## Force Unit Conversions |
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## Select the Force unit to convert from in the input units list. Select the Force unit to convert to in the output units list. Enter the value to convert from into the input box on the left. The Force Unit conversion result will immediately appear in the output box. |
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## Force Unit Conversion TableIn terms of Physics, a force is an impel or pull upon an object resulting from the object’s contact with another object. When there is an interface between two objects, there will be a force upon each of the objects. Force only exists as a result of an interaction. Force is measured as Newton (N), the standard metric unit and 1 Newton is the amount of force required to give a 1 kg mass an acceleration of 1 m/s2. There are two types of force: applied and resistive. When one object comes in the contact of another and causes the second object to change its velocity or direction, it is an applied force, while a resistive force is one that opposes motion or change in motion, for example friction and inertia. Most often used Force Unit measurement conversiondynes to kilonewtons (dyn to kN) converter1 dyne (dyn) is equal 1.0E-8 kilonewton (kN) kilonewtons to dynes (kN to dyn) converter1 kilonewton (kN) is equal 100000000 dynes (dyn) kips to newtons (kip to N) converter1 kip (kip) is equal 4448.3985765125 newtons (N) newtons to kips (N to kip) converter1 newton (N) is equal 0.0002248 kip (kip) ponds to newtons converter1 pond is equal 0.0098066499997877 newton (N) newtons to ponds converter1 newton (N) is equal 101.9716213 ponds |
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Force Unit Definition:Force - a physical quantity that describes the physical interaction between bodies. The SI unit for force is the Newton (N). The force is equal to one N if it accelerates a mass of one kilogram to 1 meter per second squared. Force formula:F = m * aWhere:m - massa - acceleration | ||||