# Force Conversion

 Input Output N J/m Newton Exanewton Petanewton Teranewton Giganewton Meganewton Kilonewton Hectonewton Dekanewton Decinewton Centinewton Millinewton Micronewton Nanonewton Piconewton Femtonewton Attonewton Dyne Joule/meter Joule/centimeter Gram-force Kilogram-force Ton-force(short) Ton-force(long) Ton-force(metric) Kip-force Kilopound-force Pound-force Ounce-force Poundal Poundfoot/squaresecond Pond Kilopond Newton Exanewton Petanewton Teranewton Giganewton Meganewton Kilonewton Hectonewton Dekanewton Decinewton Centinewton Millinewton Micronewton Nanonewton Piconewton Femtonewton Attonewton Dyne Joule/meter Joule/centimeter Gram-force Kilogram-force Ton-force(short) Ton-force(long) Ton-force(metric) Kip-force Kilopound-force Pound-force Ounce-force Poundal Poundfoot/squaresecond Pond Kilopond

### Overview

Force is an interaction that can cause deformation and/or change of motion of an object. Any push or pull is a force.Force is a vector i.e. direction of force is in which it is applied

The SI unit of force is the newton (1 N = 1 kg-m/s2)

Concept of force is derived from Newton’s law of motions:

##### Newton’s First Law of Motion

An object at rest remains at rest, and an object in motion continues in motion with constant velocity, unless it experiences a net external force.

##### Newton’s Second Law of Motion

The net force on a body is equal to the product of the bodyâ€™s mass and the acceleration of the body.

##### Newton’s Third Law of Motion

When two objects interact, the force on the object from each other are always equal in magnitude and opposite in direction.

##### Various types of Forces
 Gravitational Force The force exerted by the Earth on an object is the gravitational force ( F) The magnitude of the gravitational force is called the weight of the object(W) Frictional Force If we slide or attempt to slide a body over a surface, the motion is resisted by a bonding between the body and the surface. The resistence is considered to be a single force called the frictional force. Tension Force The tension force is the force that is transmitted through a string, rope, cable or wire when it is pulled tight by forces acting from opposite ends.

### How

Newton to Kilogram-Force

Ratio between Newton and Kilogram-Force is given below

1 Newton = 0.101971621 Kilogram-Force

For example:

Convert 600 Newton to Kilogram-Force?

F(Kgf) = 0.101971621 * 600 F(N) i.e. 61.1829726 F(Kgf)

In the similar fashion Kilogram-Force can be converted into Newton. Ratio between Kilogram-Force and Newton is :

1 Kilogram-Force = 9.80665 Newton

Newton to Pound-Force

Ratio between Newton and Pound-Force is given below

1 Newton = 2.20462262087095 Pound-Force

For example:

Convert 600 Newton to Pound-Force?

F(lbf) = 2.20462262087095 * 600 F(N) i.e.1322.77357252257 F(lbf)