Energy Converter

Energy Converter

Energy Converter


Energy Converter is a app that can convert common energy units very quickly. You can use it to convert: heat units; electric units; power units; radiation units; work units; force units. You will like this app!

Energy Converter is a app that can convert common energy units very quickly.

Energy Converter is a app that can convert common energy units very quickly.

You can use it to convert:

  • heat units;

  • electric units;

  • power units;

  • radiation units;

  • work units; and force units.

You can use it to convert:

You can use it to convert:

  • Heat units into electric units;

  • Electric units into heat units;

  • Power units into heat units;

  • Radiation units into work units; and

  • Work units into radiation.

heat units;

Heat units are defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1°C. The SI unit for heat is the joule (J).

The cgs unit for heat is the calorie, which equals 1 cal = 4.184 J

electric units;

  • Voltage, or the difference in electric potential between two points on a circuit, is measured in volts. The higher the voltage, the greater your risk for electrocution and electrical shock.

  • Amperage (amp) is measured in amps and refers to how much current flows through a circuit at any given time.

power units;

Power is the rate at which energy is being used. It's measured in watts (W). Power is the product of voltage and current, or P=VI. In this equation, I stands for current and V stands for voltage.

Power can also be defined as the product of work and time, or P=W/t where t represents time. This definition has its origins in Newton's second law of motion: force times distance equals mass times acceleration (F=ma).

radiation units;

Radiation units are used to measure the amount of radiation energy that is emitted by a source, absorbed by a medium, or transmitted through a medium.

Radiation units are also sometimes called "radiation power", but this can be confusing because it isn't "power" in the sense of an electric power company. For example:

  • if you have 100 watts of power in your house and you turn on an incandescent light bulb which uses 60 watts for its electricity consumption then 40 watt of usable power will be left over (100 - 60 = 40), so you'll still have plenty left even though only 40 watts got used up;

  • if instead we turn on an LED flashlight which uses 5 milliwatts (5 mW) for its electricity consumption then 95 milliwatts (95 mW) will be wasted as heat energy;

  • this would still be true even if we turned off all other lights in our home because these two devices don't use any current from each other since they're using different networks--they're running on their own separate circuits with no way to do cross-talk with each other;

work units;

To understand work units, it is important to know what energy is. Energy is the amount of work that you can do with a certain force. For example, if you have a weight of 10 kilograms (kg), then you can move that object through a distance of 1 meter (m) in 10 seconds with a 100 kilogram-meter per second (km/s) force. This means that your total amount of kinetic energy would be 100 kilogram meters per second times 10 seconds multiplied by 0.10 meters or 5 J = 500 joules (J).

For now we will skip over how much force and acceleration are needed to make this happen but just think about it this way: The greater the acceleration or force applied to an object's movement through space, the more kinetic energy that object has as it moves forward at constant speed over time

force units.

Converting force units is an important skill that every person who studies or works in physics should know. In this section, we'll go over how to convert between common forces and units, as well as how to convert scientific and engineering units of measurement for commonly used forces.

  • The most basic conversions will involve converting Newton (N) into pound-force (lbf). To do this you would simply divide 1 kg by 9.8 m/s2 and multiply the resulting number by 0.454166667 lbf/kg = 454 kgf/kilogram = 0 N/pound-force

  • You can also use this method to convert between any other two different types of force measurements, including:

  • Kilogram-force per meter squared - This is equal to 1 kilogram multiplied by 9.8 m/s2

  • Pound-force per square inch - The same as above but with inches instead of meters

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