Force units converter
Converts force from one unit to another e.g. from newtons (N) to dynes (dyn) or vice versa.

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Inputs data - value and unit, which we're going to convert


1 (newton) is equal to:

SI system

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yottanewtonShow sourceYNYNYN1×10-24
zettanewtonShow sourceZNZNZN1×10-21
exanewtonShow sourceENENEN1×10-18
petanewtonShow sourcePNPNPN1×10-15
teranewtonShow sourceTNTNTN1×10-12
giganewtonShow sourceGNGNGN1×10-9
meganewtonShow sourceMNMNMN0.000001
kilonewtonShow sourcekNkNkN0.001
newtonShow sourceNNN1
decinewtonShow sourcedNdNdN10
centinewtonShow sourcecNcNcN100
milinewtonShow sourcemNmNmN1000
micronewtonShow sourceμN\mu NµN1000000
nanonewtonShow sourcenNnNnN1000000000
pikonewtonShow sourcepNpNpN1×1012
femtonewtonShow sourcefNfNfN1×1015
attonewtonShow sourceaNaNaN1×1018
zeptonewtonShow sourcezNzNzN1×1021
yoctonewtonShow sourceyNyNyN1×1024


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gram-forceShow sourcegfgfgf101.971621298
kilogram-forceShow sourcekgfkgfkgf0.101971621
ton-forceShow sourcetftftf0.000101972
dyneShow sourcedyndyndyn100000
ton-force (US)Show sourceton-forceUS\text{ton-force}_{US}tf0.000112404
ton-force (UK)Show sourceton-forceUK\text{ton-force}_{UK}tf0.000100361
kipShow sourcekipkipkip0.000224809
kilopound-forceShow sourceklbfklbfklbf0.000224809
pound-forceShow sourcelbflbflbf0.224808943
ounce-forceShow sourceozfozfozf3.596943089
poundalShow sourcepdlpdlpdl7.23301385
pondShow sourceppp101.971621298
kilopondShow sourcekpkpkp0.101971621

Some facts

  • The force is a physical quantity, which is a measure of interaction between bodies.
  • The force is a vector quantity i.e. it has both magnitude and direction.
  • The basic unit of force in the SI system is one newton (1 N). The force is 1 N if it gives the body of 1 kg an acceleration of 1 m/s².
  • Force can be defined as a derivative of momentum by time, which is an expression of the fact that in order to give the body momentum (or change it if already exists), one must act on it with force:
    F=dpdt\vec{F} = \dfrac{d\vec{p}}{dt}
    • F\vec{F} - a force acting on the body,
    • p\vec{p} - body momentum,
    • t - time.
  • Force also occurs in so-called II Newton's principle of dynamics, which show relation between mass, acceleration and force. However, it can be shown that this is equivalent to the definition of force as a derivative of momentum.
    F=dpdt=mdvdt=ma\vec{F} = \dfrac{d\vec{p}}{dt} = m \dfrac{d\vec{v}}{dt} = m \vec {a}
    • F\vec{F} - a force acting on the body,
    • v\vec{v} - the veclocity of the body,
    • m - the mass of the body,
    • a\vec{a} - the acceleration of the body.
  • Force itself does not tell about the nature of the interaction (i.e. what caused it) but only shows the scale and direction of this interaction. For this reason, we can come across phrases such as:
    • electrostatic force - acting between two electric charges,
    • gravitational force - acting between two bodies having mass,
    • electromotive force (SEM) - causing current to flow through a conductor,
    • etc.

How to convert

  • Enter the number to field "value" - enter the NUMBER only, no other words, symbols or unit names. You can use dot (.) or comma (,) to enter fractions.
    • 1000000
    • 123,23
    • 999.99999
  • Find and select your starting unit in field "unit". Some unit calculators have huge number of different units to select from - it's just how complicated our world is...
  • And... you got the result in the table below. You'll find several results for many different units - we show you all results we know at once. Just find the one you're looking for.

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