# Energy Conversion

 Input Output J Cal Watt-Hour KiloWatt-Hour MegaWatt-Hour BTU Kilo BTU Joules Kilo-Joules Mega-Joules Giga-Joules Calories (T.Chemical) Calories (15°C) Calories (IT) Calories (Mean) Watt-Hour KiloWatt-Hour MegaWatt-Hour BTU Kilo BTU Joules Kilo-Joules Mega-Joules Giga-Joules Calories (T.Chemical) Calories (15°C) Calories (IT) Calories (Mean)

### Overview

The ability to perform work in known as Energy. Energy has the ability to transform from one Energy transformation is required for everything i.e. the operations we perform in our day to day life.

Example:

When you push an object across the table, the energy from your moving arm is transferred from your body to the object, causing the object to move.

#### Some Energy Conversions daily used:

 Alarm Clock Electrical Energy ↠ Light Energy and Sound Energy Battery Chemical Energy ↠ Electrical Energy Light Bulb Chemical Energy ↠ Light Energy and Thermal Energy

### How

Joules to Calories (Mean)

Ratio between Joules and Calories is given below

1 Joules = 0.238663 Calories

For example:

Convert 600 Joules to Calories?

E(cal) = 0.238663 * 600 E(J) i.e.143.198 E(cal)

In the similar fashion Calories can be converted into Joules. Ratio between Calories and Joules is :

1 Calories = 4.19Joules

Joules to Watt-hour

Ratio between Joules and Watt-hour is given below

1 Joules = 0.0002777778 Watt-hour

For example:

Convert 600 Joules to Watt-hour?

E(Wh) = 0.0002777778 * 600 E(J) i.e.0.1666666 E(Wh)