# Q unit

Q units is a measure of energy system. Plural name is Q units.

## Sample Energy Conversion

 10 foot pound to inch pounds, the result is 120 inch pounds 10 newton meter to foot pounds, the result is 7.375621755694 foot pounds 10 inch pound to newton meters, the result is 1.12984825 newton meters 10 inch pound to foot pounds, the result is 0.8333 foot pounds 10 foot pound to newton meters, the result is 13.558179 newton meters 10 liter atmosphere to joules, the result is 1013.25 joules 10 inch pound to inch ounces, the result is 159.99999461875 inch ounces 10 liter atmosphere to kilojoules, the result is 1.01325 kilojoules 10 newton meter to horsepower hours, the result is 3.725061E-6 horsepower hours 10 petajoule to tonnes of oil equivalent, the result is 238845.8966275 tonnes of oil equivalent

## Table Conversion and Table Chart

### Q unit to Other Units

Q unit can convert to other units, such as Btu, calorie [15 °C], calorie [I.T.], Calorie [nutritional], calorie [thermochemical], dekatherm, electronvolt, erg, exajoule, femtojoule, foot pound, gigajoule, gigawatt hour, gram calorie, hartree, horsepower hour, inch ounce, inch pound, joule, kilogram calorie, kilojoule, kilowatt hour, liter atmosphere, megaelectronvolt, megajoule, megawatthour, microjoule, millijoule, nanojoule, newton meter, petajoule, picojoule, quad, teraelectronvolt, terajoule, terawatthour, thermie, therm , tonne of coal equivalent, tonne of oil equivalent, ton [explosive], watthour, wattsecond and more. You can find the reference table below:

Unit to Other Unit Energy Conversion Energy Table
1 q unit = 1.0E+18 BTUQ units to BtusQ units to Btus table
1 q unit = 2.5205597496297E+20 cal15Q units to calories [15 °C]Q units to calories [15 °C] table
1 q unit = 2.5199577242763E+20 calitQ units to calories [I.T.]Q units to calories [I.T.] table
1 q unit = 2.5199577242763E+17 calnutritionalQ units to Calories [nutritional]Q units to Calories [nutritional] table
1 q unit = 2.5216441204589E+20 calthQ units to calories [thermochemical]Q units to calories [thermochemical] table
1 q unit = 999998957402.3 dathQ units to dekathermsQ units to dekatherms table
1 q unit = 6.5851382365734E+39 eVQ units to electronvoltsQ units to electronvolts table
1 q unit = 1.0550559E+28 ergQ units to ergsQ units to ergs table
1 q unit = 1055.0559 XJQ units to exajoulesQ units to exajoules table
1 q unit = 1.0550559E+36 fJQ units to femtojoulesQ units to femtojoules table
1 q unit = 7.7816932495138E+20 ft-lbQ units to foot poundsQ units to foot pounds table
1 q unit = 1055055900000 GJQ units to gigajoulesQ units to gigajoules table
1 q unit = 293071083.33333 GWhQ units to gigawatt hoursQ units to gigawatt hours table
1 q unit = 2.5205597496297E+20 gcalQ units to gram caloriesQ units to gram calories table
1 q unit = 2.4199927417827E+38 EhQ units to hartreesQ units to hartrees table
1 q unit = 3.9301480209028E+14 hphQ units to horsepower hoursQ units to horsepower hours table
1 q unit = 1.4940850536563E+23 in-ozQ units to inch ouncesQ units to inch ounces table
1 q unit = 9.3380318994166E+21 in-lbQ units to inch poundsQ units to inch pounds table
1 q unit = 1.0550559E+21 JQ units to joulesQ units to joules table
1 q unit = 2.5205597496297E+17 KgcalQ units to kilogram caloriesQ units to kilogram calories table
1 q unit = 1.0550559E+18 kJQ units to kilojoulesQ units to kilojoules table
1 q unit = 2.9307108333333E+14 kWhQ units to kilowatt hoursQ units to kilowatt hours table
1 q unit = 1.041259215396E+19 l-atmQ units to liter atmospheresQ units to liter atmospheres table
1 q unit = 6.5851382365734E+33 MeVQ units to megaelectronvoltsQ units to megaelectronvolts table
1 q unit = 1.0550559E+15 MJQ units to megajoulesQ units to megajoules table
1 q unit = 293071083333.33 MWhQ units to megawatthoursQ units to megawatthours table
1 q unit = 1.0550559E+27 µJQ units to microjoulesQ units to microjoules table
1 q unit = 1.0550559E+24 mJQ units to millijoulesQ units to millijoules table
1 q unit = 1.0550559E+30 nJQ units to nanojoulesQ units to nanojoules table
1 q unit = 1.0550559E+21 NmQ units to newton metersQ units to newton meters table
1 q unit = 1055055.9 PJQ units to petajoulesQ units to petajoules table
1 q unit = 1.0550559E+33 pJQ units to picojoulesQ units to picojoules table
1 q unit = 6.5851382365734E+27 TeVQ units to teraelectronvoltsQ units to teraelectronvolts table
1 q unit = 1055055900 TJQ units to terajoulesQ units to terajoules table
1 q unit = 293071.08333333 TWhQ units to terawatthoursQ units to terawatthours table
1 q unit = 2.5205597496297E+14 thQ units to thermiesQ units to thermies table
1 q unit = 9999999052183 thQ units to thermsQ units to therms table
1 q unit = 35999396061.09 TCEQ units to tonnes of coal equivalentQ units to tonnes of coal equivalent table
1 q unit = 25199577242.763 TOEQ units to tonnes of oil equivalentQ units to tonnes of oil equivalent table
1 q unit = 252164412045.89 texplosiveQ units to tons [explosive]Q units to tons [explosive] table
1 q unit = 2.9307108333333E+17 WhQ units to watthoursQ units to watthours table
1 q unit = 1.0550559E+21 WsQ units to wattsecondsQ units to wattseconds table

### Other Units to Q unit

Q unit also canvert from other unit such as Btu, calorie [15 °C], calorie [I.T.], Calorie [nutritional], calorie [thermochemical], dekatherm, electronvolt, erg, exajoule, femtojoule, foot pound, gigajoule, gigawatt hour, gram calorie, hartree, horsepower hour, inch ounce, inch pound, joule, kilogram calorie, kilojoule, kilowatt hour, liter atmosphere, megaelectronvolt, megajoule, megawatthour, microjoule, millijoule, nanojoule, newton meter, petajoule, picojoule, quad, teraelectronvolt, terajoule, terawatthour, thermie, therm , tonne of coal equivalent, tonne of oil equivalent, ton [explosive], watthour, wattsecond and more. You can find the reference table below:

Unit to Other Unit Energy Conversion Energy Table
1 BTU = 1.0E-18 q unitBtus to Q unitsBtus to Q units table
1 cal15 = 3.9673727240424E-21 q unitcalories [15 °C] to Q unitscalories [15 °C] to Q units table
1 calit = 3.9683205411201E-21 q unitcalories [I.T.] to Q unitscalories [I.T.] to Q units table
1 calnutritional = 3.9683205411201E-18 q unitCalories [nutritional] to Q unitsCalories [nutritional] to Q units table
1 calth = 3.9656666533024E-21 q unitcalories [thermochemical] to Q unitscalories [thermochemical] to Q units table
1 dath = 1.0E-12 q unitdekatherms to Q unitsdekatherms to Q units table
1 eV = 1.518571006522E-40 q unitelectronvolts to Q unitselectronvolts to Q units table
1 erg = 9.4781707774915E-29 q unitergs to Q unitsergs to Q units table
1 XJ = 0.0009 q unitexajoules to Q unitsexajoules to Q units table
1 fJ = 9.4781707774915E-37 q unitfemtojoules to Q unitsfemtojoules to Q units table
1 ft-lb = 1.285067359938E-21 q unitfoot pounds to Q unitsfoot pounds to Q units table
1 GJ = 1.0E-12 q unitgigajoules to Q unitsgigajoules to Q units table
1 GWh = 3.412E-9 q unitgigawatt hours to Q unitsgigawatt hours to Q units table
1 gcal = 3.9673727240424E-21 q unitgram calories to Q unitsgram calories to Q units table
1 Eh = 4.1322437986461E-39 q unithartrees to Q unitshartrees to Q units table
1 hph = 2.5444334276506E-15 q unithorsepower hours to Q unitshorsepower hours to Q units table
1 in-oz = 6.6930593914503E-24 q unitinch ounces to Q unitsinch ounces to Q units table
1 in-lb = 1.070889466615E-22 q unitinch pounds to Q unitsinch pounds to Q units table
1 J = 9.4781707774915E-22 q unitjoules to Q unitsjoules to Q units table
1 Kgcal = 3.9673727240424E-18 q unitkilogram calories to Q unitskilogram calories to Q units table
1 kJ = 9.4781707774915E-19 q unitkilojoules to Q unitskilojoules to Q units table
1 kWh = 3.4121414798969E-15 q unitkilowatt hours to Q unitskilowatt hours to Q units table
1 l-atm = 9.6037565402933E-20 q unitliter atmospheres to Q unitsliter atmospheres to Q units table
1 MeV = 1.518571006522E-34 q unitmegaelectronvolts to Q unitsmegaelectronvolts to Q units table
1 MJ = 9.4781707774915E-16 q unitmegajoules to Q unitsmegajoules to Q units table
1 MWh = 3.0E-12 q unitmegawatthours to Q unitsmegawatthours to Q units table
1 µJ = 9.4781707774915E-28 q unitmicrojoules to Q unitsmicrojoules to Q units table
1 mJ = 9.4781707774915E-25 q unitmillijoules to Q unitsmillijoules to Q units table
1 nJ = 9.4781707774915E-31 q unitnanojoules to Q unitsnanojoules to Q units table
1 Nm = 9.4781707774915E-22 q unitnewton meters to Q unitsnewton meters to Q units table
1 PJ = 9.47817E-7 q unitpetajoules to Q unitspetajoules to Q units table
1 pJ = 9.4781707774915E-34 q unitpicojoules to Q unitspicojoules to Q units table
1 TeV = 1.518571006522E-28 q unitteraelectronvolts to Q unitsteraelectronvolts to Q units table
1 TJ = 9.48E-10 q unitterajoules to Q unitsterajoules to Q units table
1 TWh = 3.412141E-6 q unitterawatthours to Q unitsterawatthours to Q units table
1 th = 3.9673727240424E-15 q unitthermies to Q unitsthermies to Q units table
1 th = 1.0000000947817E-13 q unittherms to Q unitstherms to Q units table
1 TCE = 2.8E-11 q unittonnes of coal equivalent to Q unitstonnes of coal equivalent to Q units table
1 TOE = 4.0E-11 q unittonnes of oil equivalent to Q unitstonnes of oil equivalent to Q units table
1 texplosive = 4.0E-12 q unittons [explosive] to Q unitstons [explosive] to Q units table
1 Wh = 3.4121414798969E-18 q unitwatthours to Q unitswatthours to Q units table
1 Ws = 9.4781707774915E-22 q unitwattseconds to Q unitswattseconds to Q units table

## Btu [ BTU ]

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

## Calorie [15 °C] [ cal15 ]

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 [I.T.] [ calit ]

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.

## Calorie [nutritional] [ calnutritional ]

Calorie [nutritional] is a unit of energy in food.

## Calorie [thermochemical] [ calth ]

Calorie [thermochemical] is a unit of energy use in thermochemistry.

## Dekatherm [ dath ]

Dakatherm is a unit of energy eqal 10 therms, symbol "dath".

## Electronvolt [ eV ]

Electronvolts (symbol eV; also written electron volt) is a unit of energy equal to approximately 1.602×10.19 joule.

## Erg [ erg ]

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

## Exajoule [ XJ ]

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 [ fJ ]

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 [ ft-lb ]

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 [ GJ ]

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 [ GWh ]

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 [ gcal ]

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.

## Hartree [ Eh ]

The hartree is the atomic unit of energy, symbol (Eh or Ha).

## Horsepower hour [ hph ]

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

## Inch ounce [ in-oz ]

Inch ounce is a unit of energy equal to about 0.007061552 joule, symbol "in-oz".

## Inch pound [ in-lb ]

Inch pound is a unit of energy equal to about 0.112984829 joules, symbol "in-lb".

## Joule [ J ]

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

## Kilogram calorie [ Kgcal ]

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 [ kJ ]

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".

## Kilowatt hour [ kWh ]

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.

## Liter atmosphere [ l-atm ]

Liter atmosphere is a unit of energy, symbole "l-atm", equal to 101.32500 joules.

## Megaelectronvolt [ MeV ]

Megaelectronvolt is a unit or energy equal 1 000 000 electronvolts, symbol "MeV".

## Megajoule [ MJ ]

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".

## Megawatthour [ MWh ]

Megawatthours is unit of energy equal to 1 000 kilowatt hours, symbol "MWh".

## Microjoule [ µJ ]

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 [ mJ ]

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 [ nJ ]

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".

## Newton meter [ Nm ]

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 [ PJ ]

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 [ pJ ]

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".

## Q unit [ q unit ]

Q units is a measure of energy system.

A quad is a unit of energy equal to 1015 (a short-scale quadrillion) BTU,or 1.055 × 1018 joules (1.055 exajoules or EJ) in SI units.

## Teraelectronvolt [ TeV ]

Teraelectronvolt is a unit of energy equal to 1012 electronvolts, symbol "TeV". This unit comes form a combination of metrix-prefix "tera" and "electronvolt".

## Terajoule [ TJ ]

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".

## Terawatthour [ TWh ]

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 ]

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

## Therm [ th ]

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

## Tonne of coal equivalent [ TCE ]

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

## Tonne of oil equivalent [ TOE ]

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

## Ton [explosive] [ texplosive ]

Ton [explosive] is a measure of energy.

## Watthour [ Wh ]

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

## Wattsecond [ Ws ]

Wattsecon (symbolized Ws) is a unit of energy equivalent to one watt (1 W) of power expended for one second (1 s) of time.