Power Conversion
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Overview
In Physics power is the defined as the work done over the period of time. In other words power can also be describes as the amount of energy consumed in a given unit of time.
Power is categories into:
- Electric Power: is defined as the rate of energy consumption in an electrical circuit.
- Mechanical Power: is the product of torque generated by the motor and the angular velocity of its output shaft.
- Physical concept of power: is defined as rate of doing work
Power is a scalar quantity i.e it is a one dimensional quantity with no direction.
How
Watts to Kilogram-Watts
Ratio between Watts and Kilogram-Watts is given below
1 Watts = 0.001 Kilogram-Watts
For example:
Convert 600 Watts to Kilogram-Watts?
P_{(W)} = 0.001 * 600 P_{(kW)} i.e. 0.6 P_{(kW)}
In the similar fashion Kilogram-Watts can be converted into Newton. Ratio between Kilogram-Watts and Watts is :
1 Kilogram-Watts = 1000 Watts
Watts to Decible milliwatts
Formula to convert watts to decible milliwatts is
P_{(dBm)} = 10 * log_{10}( P_{(W)} / 1W) + 30
For example:
Convert 10 watts to decible milliwatts?
P_{(dbm)} = 10 * log_{10}( 10 * P_{(W)} / 1W) + 30 i.e. 40.00000000000001 P_{(dbm)}
Watts to Decible watts
Formula to convert watts to decible watts is
P_{(dBW)} = 10 * log_{10}( P_{(W)} / 1W)
For example:
Convert 10 watts to decible watts?
P_{(dbW)} = 10 * log_{10}( 10 * P_{(W)} / 1W) i.e. 10.00000000000002 P_{(dbW)}