Joules to Tons (explosive) calculator

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Joules to Tons (explosive) formula

Tons (explosive) to Joules formula

Joules to Tons (explosive) Conversion Table

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J explosive J explosive J explosive J explosive
1 2.3900573613767E-10 26 6.2141491395793E-9 51 1.2189292543021E-8 76 1.8164435946463E-8
2 4.7801147227533E-10 27 6.453154875717E-9 52 1.2428298279159E-8 77 1.84034416826E-8
3 7.17017208413E-10 28 6.6921606118547E-9 53 1.2667304015296E-8 78 1.8642447418738E-8
4 9.5602294455067E-10 29 6.9311663479924E-9 54 1.2906309751434E-8 79 1.8881453154876E-8
5 1.1950286806883E-9 30 7.17017208413E-9 55 1.3145315487572E-8 80 1.9120458891013E-8
6 1.434034416826E-9 31 7.4091778202677E-9 56 1.3384321223709E-8 81 1.9359464627151E-8
7 1.6730401529637E-9 32 7.6481835564054E-9 57 1.3623326959847E-8 82 1.9598470363289E-8
8 1.9120458891013E-9 33 7.887189292543E-9 58 1.3862332695985E-8 83 1.9837476099426E-8
9 2.151051625239E-9 34 8.1261950286807E-9 59 1.4101338432122E-8 84 2.0076481835564E-8
10 2.3900573613767E-9 35 8.3652007648184E-9 60 1.434034416826E-8 85 2.0315487571702E-8
11 2.6290630975143E-9 36 8.604206500956E-9 61 1.4579349904398E-8 86 2.0554493307839E-8
12 2.868068833652E-9 37 8.8432122370937E-9 62 1.4818355640535E-8 87 2.0793499043977E-8
13 3.1070745697897E-9 38 9.0822179732314E-9 63 1.5057361376673E-8 88 2.1032504780115E-8
14 3.3460803059273E-9 39 9.321223709369E-9 64 1.5296367112811E-8 89 2.1271510516252E-8
15 3.585086042065E-9 40 9.5602294455067E-9 65 1.5535372848948E-8 90 2.151051625239E-8
16 3.8240917782027E-9 41 9.7992351816444E-9 66 1.5774378585086E-8 91 2.1749521988528E-8
17 4.0630975143403E-9 42 1.0038240917782E-8 67 1.6013384321224E-8 92 2.1988527724665E-8
18 4.302103250478E-9 43 1.027724665392E-8 68 1.6252390057361E-8 93 2.2227533460803E-8
19 4.5411089866157E-9 44 1.0516252390057E-8 69 1.6491395793499E-8 94 2.2466539196941E-8
20 4.7801147227533E-9 45 1.0755258126195E-8 70 1.6730401529637E-8 95 2.2705544933078E-8
21 5.019120458891E-9 46 1.0994263862333E-8 71 1.6969407265774E-8 96 2.2944550669216E-8
22 5.2581261950287E-9 47 1.123326959847E-8 72 1.7208413001912E-8 97 2.3183556405354E-8
23 5.4971319311663E-9 48 1.1472275334608E-8 73 1.744741873805E-8 98 2.3422562141491E-8
24 5.736137667304E-9 49 1.1711281070746E-8 74 1.7686424474187E-8 99 2.3661567877629E-8
25 5.9751434034417E-9 50 1.1950286806883E-8 75 1.7925430210325E-8 100 2.3900573613767E-8

  • Ton (explosive) (4,184,000,000 J)
    TNT equivalent is a convention for expressing energy, typically used to describe the energy released in an explosion. The "ton of TNT" is a unit of energy defined by that convention to be 4.184 gigajoules, which is the approximate energy released in the detonation of a metric ton (1,000 kilograms or one megagram) of TNT. In other words, for each gram of TNT exploded, 4,184 joules of energy are released. This convention intends to compare the destructiveness of an event with that of traditional explosive materials, of which TNT is a typical example, although other conventional explosives such as dynamite contain more energy.
  • Joule (1 J)
    The joule (/dʒuːl/; symbol: J) is a derived unit of energy in the International System of Units. It is equal to the energy transferred to (or work done on) an object when a force of one newton acts on that object in the direction of its motion through a distance of one metre (1 newton metre or N⋅m). It is also the energy dissipated as heat when an electric current of one ampere passes through a resistance of one ohm for one second. It is named after the English physicist James Prescott Joule (1818–1889).
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