Input | Output | Table Chart | |
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1 ft-lb |
12 in-lb |
foot pounds to inch pounds table | |

1 Nm |
0.7376 ft-lb |
newton meters to foot pounds table | |

1 in-lb |
0.113 Nm |
inch pounds to newton meters table | |

1 in-lb |
0.0833 ft-lb |
inch pounds to foot pounds table | |

1 ft-lb |
1.3558179 Nm |
foot pounds to newton meters table | |

1 l-atm |
101.325 J |
liter atmospheres to joules table | |

1 in-lb |
15.999999461875 in-oz |
inch pounds to inch ounces table | |

1 eV |
1.0E-6 MeV |
electronvolts to megaelectronvolts table | |

1 l-atm |
0.1013 kJ |
liter atmospheres to kilojoules table | |

1 PJ |
23884.58966275 TOE |
petajoules to tonnes of oil equivalent table |

With the following tool, you can generate and print the **joules** to **kilogram calories** reference table based on your own needs. You can find a dynamic tool at
joules to kilogram calories table chart (J to Kgcal) or
kilogram calories to joules table chart (Kgcal to J).

J | Kgcal |
---|---|

1 | = 0.0002 |

2 | = 0.0005 |

3 | = 0.0007 |

4 | = 0.001 |

5 | = 0.0012 |

6 | = 0.0014 |

7 | = 0.0017 |

8 | = 0.0019 |

9 | = 0.0022 |

10 | = 0.0024 |

11 | = 0.0026 |

12 | = 0.0029 |

13 | = 0.0031 |

14 | = 0.0033 |

15 | = 0.0036 |

16 | = 0.0038 |

17 | = 0.0041 |

18 | = 0.0043 |

19 | = 0.0045 |

20 | = 0.0048 |

21 | = 0.005 |

22 | = 0.0053 |

23 | = 0.0055 |

24 | = 0.0057 |

25 | = 0.006 |

Kgcal | J |
---|---|

1 | = 4185.8 |

2 | = 8371.6 |

3 | = 12557.4 |

4 | = 16743.2 |

5 | = 20929 |

6 | = 25114.8 |

7 | = 29300.6 |

8 | = 33486.4 |

9 | = 37672.2 |

10 | = 41858 |

11 | = 46043.8 |

12 | = 50229.6 |

13 | = 54415.4 |

14 | = 58601.2 |

15 | = 62787 |

16 | = 66972.8 |

17 | = 71158.6 |

18 | = 75344.4 |

19 | = 79530.2 |

20 | = 83716 |

21 | = 87901.8 |

22 | = 92087.6 |

23 | = 96273.4 |

24 | = 100459.2 |

25 | = 104645 |

Joule is a derived unit of energy or work in the International System of Units, symbol "J".

kilogram calorie, dietary calorie, or food calorie (symbol: Cal) approximates the energy needed to increase the temperature of 1 kilogram of water by 1 °C. This is exactly 1,000 small calories or about 4.2 kilojoules.

Btu is the abbreviation of the British thermal unit. It is a traditional unit of energy equal to about 1055 joules.

Calorie [ 15 °C] is a unit of energy that the amount of energy required to warm on gram of air-free water from 14.5 °C to 15.5 °C at standard atmospheric presure (1 cal [15°C] = 4.1855 J).

Calorie is a pre-SI metric unit of energy, symbol "cal". Calorie [i.t.] is an International Stream Table calorie equal to 4.1868 joules.

Electronvolts (symbol eV; also written electron volt) is a unit of energy equal to approximately 1.602×10^{.19} joule.

Erg is a unit of energy and mechanical work in the the centimetre-gram-second (CGS) system of units, symbol "erg".

Exajoule is a unit of energy equal to 1.0E+18 joules, symbol "EJ". This unit comes from a combination of metric-prefix "exa" and SI derived unit of energy "joule".

Femtojoule is a unit of energy equal to 1.0E-15 joules, symbol "fJ". This unit comes from a combination of metric-prefix "femto" and SI derived unit of energy "joule".

Foot-pound or foot-pound force is a unit of energy in the Engineering and Gravitational System in United States customy and imperial unit of measure.

Gigajoule is a unit of energy equal to 1.0E+9 joules, symbol "GJ". This unit comes from a combination of metric-prefix "giga" and SI derived unit of energy "joule".

Gigawatt hour is a unit of energy equal to 1000 Megawatt hours, sysmbol "GWh". This unit comes form "giga" metric-prefix and "watt hour" unit of energy.

Gram calorie or small calorie (symbol: cal) approximates the energy needed to increase the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 °C. This is about 4.2 joules.

Horsepower-hour (hph) is an outdated unit of energy, not used in the SI system of units.

kilogram calorie, dietary calorie, or food calorie (symbol: Cal) approximates the energy needed to increase the temperature of 1 kilogram of water by 1 °C. This is exactly 1,000 small calories or about 4.2 kilojoules.

Kilojoule is a unit of energy equal to 1000 joules, symbol "kJ". This unit comes from a combination of metric-prefix "kilo" and SI derived unit of energy "joule".

The kilowatt-hour (symbolized kWh) is a unit of energy equivalent to one kilowatt (1 kW) of power expended for one hour (1 h) of time.

Megajoule is a unit of energy equal to 1 000 000 joules, symbol "MJ". This unit comes from a combination of metric-prefix "mega" and SI derived unit of energy "joule".

Microjoule is a unit of energy equal to 1/1 000 000 joule, symbol "µJ". This unit comes from a combination of metric-prefix "micro" and SI derived unit of energy "joule".

Millijoule is a unit of energy equal to 1/1 000 joule, symbol "mJ". This unit comes from a combination of metric-prefix "milli" and SI derived unit of energy "joule".

Nanojoule is a unit of energy equal to 1/1 000 000 000 joule, symbol "nJ". This unit comes from a combination of metric-prefix "nano" and SI derived unit of energy "joule".

A newton metre is a unit of torque (also called "moment") in the SI system. The symbolic form is Nm or N·m. One newton metre is equal to the torque resulting from a force of one newton applied perpendicularly to a moment arm which is one metre long.

Petajoule is a unit of energy equal to 1.0E+15 joules, symbol "PJ". This unit comes from a combination of metric-prefix "peta" and SI derived unit of energy "joule".

Picojoule is a unit of energy equal to 1/1 000 000 000 000 joule, symbol "pJ". This unit comes from a combination of metric-prefix "pico" and SI derived unit of energy "joule".

A quad is a unit of energy equal to 10^{15} (a short-scale quadrillion) BTU,or 1.055 × 10^{18} joules (1.055 exajoules or EJ) in SI units.

Teraelectronvolt is a unit of energy equal to 10^{12} electronvolts, symbol "TeV". This unit comes form a combination of metrix-prefix "tera" and "electronvolt".

Terajoule is a unit of energy equal to 1.0E+12 joules, symbol "TJ". This unit comes from a combination of metric-prefix "tera" and SI derived unit of energy "joule".

Terawatthours is a unit of energy equal to 1000 Gigawatt hours, symbol "TWh". This unit comes from a combination fo metric-prefix "tera" and "watt hour" unit of energy.

Thermie (th) is a metric unit of heat energy, part of the meter-tonne-second system sometimes used by European engineers.

The therm (symbol th) is a non-SI unit of heat energy equal to 100,000 British thermal units (BTU).

Tonne of coal equivalent or ton of coal equivalent (TCE) is, unit of energy, a conventional value of 7 Gcal (IT) = 29.3076 GJ.

A ton of oil equivalent (TOE) is, unit of energy, a conventional value, based on the amount of energy released by burning one tonne of crude oil, of 41.868 GJ, 11.63 MWh, 1.28 TCE, 39.68 million BTU, or 6.6 - 8.0 actual barrels of oil (depending on actual

Watthour (symbolized Wh) is a unit of energy equivalent to one watt (1 W) of power expended for one hour (1 h) of time.