Input | Output | Table Chart | |
---|---|---|---|

1 kip |
4.4482216 kN |
kips to kilonewtons table | |

1 kip |
4448.2216 N |
kips to newtons table | |

1 kN |
0.102 tf |
kilonewtons to ton-forces (metric) table | |

1 N |
1 j/m |
newtons to joules per meter table | |

1 kip |
1000 lbf |
kips to pound-forces table | |

1 tf |
9.80665 kN |
ton-forces (metric) to kilonewtons table | |

1 kN |
1000 j/m |
kilonewtons to joules per meter table | |

1 tf |
2.204622629412 kip |
ton-forces (metric) to kips table | |

1 kN |
0.2248 kip |
kilonewtons to kips table | |

1 kip |
0.4464 tnf (UK) |
kips to ton-forces (long) table |

With the following tool, you can generate and print the **kips** to **newtons** reference table based on your own needs. You can find a dynamic tool at
kips to newtons table chart (kip to N ) or
newtons to kips table chart (N to kip).

kip | N |
---|---|

1 | = 4448.2216 |

2 | = 8896.4432 |

3 | = 13344.6648 |

4 | = 17792.8864 |

5 | = 22241.108 |

6 | = 26689.3296 |

7 | = 31137.5512 |

8 | = 35585.7728 |

9 | = 40033.9944 |

10 | = 44482.216 |

11 | = 48930.4376 |

12 | = 53378.6592 |

13 | = 57826.8808 |

14 | = 62275.1024 |

15 | = 66723.324 |

16 | = 71171.5456 |

17 | = 75619.7672 |

18 | = 80067.9888 |

19 | = 84516.2104 |

20 | = 88964.432 |

21 | = 93412.6536 |

22 | = 97860.8752 |

23 | = 102309.0968 |

24 | = 106757.3184 |

25 | = 111205.54 |

N | kip |
---|---|

1 | = 0.0002 |

2 | = 0.0004 |

3 | = 0.0007 |

4 | = 0.0009 |

5 | = 0.0011 |

6 | = 0.0013 |

7 | = 0.0016 |

8 | = 0.0018 |

9 | = 0.002 |

10 | = 0.0022 |

11 | = 0.0025 |

12 | = 0.0027 |

13 | = 0.0029 |

14 | = 0.0031 |

15 | = 0.0034 |

16 | = 0.0036 |

17 | = 0.0038 |

18 | = 0.004 |

19 | = 0.0043 |

20 | = 0.0045 |

21 | = 0.0047 |

22 | = 0.0049 |

23 | = 0.0052 |

24 | = 0.0054 |

25 | = 0.0056 |

A kip is a non-SI unit of force equal to 1,000 pounds-force, used primarily by American architects and engineers to measure engineering loads.

Newton is the SI derived unit of force and it is equivalent to joule per meter (1 newton = 1 joule/meter).

Centinewton is a unit of force equal to 1/100 newton and its symbol (cN). It comes from a combination of metrix-prefix "centi" with the SI derived unit of force "newton".

Decinewton is a unit of force equal to 1/10 newton and its symbol (dN). It comes from a combination of metrix-prefix "deci" with the SI derived unit of force "newton".

Dekanewton is a unit of force equal to 10 newton and its symbol (daN). It comes from a combination of metrix-prefix "deka" with the SI derived unit of force "newton".

The dyne (symbol "dyn" ) is a unit of force specified in the centimetre-gram-second (CGS) system of units.

Exanewton is a unit of force equal to 1000000000000000000 (1E+18) newtons and its symbol (EN). It comes from a combination of metrix-prefix "exa" with the SI derived unit of force "newton".

Giganewton is a unit of force equal to 1 000 000 000 (1E+9) newtons and its symbol (GN). It comes from a combination of metrix-prefix "giga" with the SI derived unit of force "newton".

Hectonewton is a unit of force equal to 100 newtons and its symbol (hN). It comes from a combination of metrix-prefix "heto" with the SI derived unit of force "newton".

The joule per meter is a unit of force and equivalent to newton (1 joule per meter = 1 newton).

The kilogram-force(kgf) is a gravitational metric unit of force. 1 kilogram-force = 9.80665 newtons.

Kilonewton is a unit of force equal to 1 000 newtons and its symbol (kN). It comes from a combination of metrix-prefix "kilo" with the SI derived unit of force "newton".

A kip is a non-SI unit of force equal to 1,000 pounds-force, used primarily by American architects and engineers to measure engineering loads.

Meganewton is a unit of force equal to 1 000 000 newtons and its symbol (MN). It comes from a combination of metrix-prefix "mega" with the SI derived unit of force "newton".

Micronewton is a unit of force equal to 1/1 000 000 newton and its symbol (µN). It comes from a combination of metrix-prefix "giga" with the SI derived unit of force "newton".

Millinewton is a unit of force equal to 1/1 000 newton and its symbol (mN). It comes from a combination of metrix-prefix "milli" with the SI derived unit of force "newton".

Nanonewton is a unit of force equal to 1/1 000 000 000 newton and its symbol (nN). It comes from a combination of metrix-prefix "nano" with the SI derived unit of force "newton".

Newton is the SI derived unit of force and it is equivalent to joule per meter (1 newton = 1 joule/meter).

Petanewton is a unit of force equal to 1 000 000 000 000 000 newtons and its symbol (PN). It's a combination of metrix-prefix "peta" with the SI derived unit of force "newton".

Piconewton is a unit of force equal to 1/1 000 000 000 000 newton and its symbol (pN). It comes from a combination of metrix-prefix "pico" with the SI derived unit of force "newton".

The pound-force is one of force units measurement and equal to the gravitational force exerted on a mass of one avoirdupois pound on the surface of Earth.

The poundal is a unit of force that is part of the foot-pound-second system of units with symbol "lpd" of system Imperial .

Teranewton is a unit of force equal to 1 000 000 000 000 newtons and its symbol (TN). It comes from a combination of metrix-prefix "tera" with the SI derived unit of force "newton".

The ton-forces (metric) is a unit of force. 1 newton = 0.000101972 fon-force (metric).