Newton meters to Wattseconds calculator

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Newton meters to Wattseconds formula

Wattseconds to Newton meters formula

Newton meters to Wattseconds Conversion Table

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Nm Ws Nm Ws Nm Ws Nm Ws
1 1 26 26 51 51 76 76
2 2 27 27 52 52 77 77
3 3 28 28 53 53 78 78
4 4 29 29 54 54 79 79
5 5 30 30 55 55 80 80
6 6 31 31 56 56 81 81
7 7 32 32 57 57 82 82
8 8 33 33 58 58 83 83
9 9 34 34 59 59 84 84
10 10 35 35 60 60 85 85
11 11 36 36 61 61 86 86
12 12 37 37 62 62 87 87
13 13 38 38 63 63 88 88
14 14 39 39 64 64 89 89
15 15 40 40 65 65 90 90
16 16 41 41 66 66 91 91
17 17 42 42 67 67 92 92
18 18 43 43 68 68 93 93
19 19 44 44 69 69 94 94
20 20 45 45 70 70 95 95
21 21 46 46 71 71 96 96
22 22 47 47 72 72 97 97
23 23 48 48 73 73 98 98
24 24 49 49 74 74 99 99
25 25 50 50 75 75 100 100

  • Newton meter (1 J)
    The newton metre (also newton-metre, symbol N m or N⋅m) is a unit of torque (also called moment) in the SI system. One newton metre is equal to the torque resulting from a force of one newton applied perpendicularly to the end of a moment arm that is one metre long. It is also used less commonly as a unit of work, or energy, in which case it is equivalent to the more common and standard SI unit of energy, the joule. In this usage the metre term represents the distance travelled or displacement in the direction of the force, and not the perpendicular distance from a fulcrum as it does when used to express torque. This usage is generally discouraged, since it can lead to confusion as to whether a given quantity expressed in newton metres is a torque or a quantity of energy. However, since torque represents energy transferred or expended per angle of revolution, one newton metre of torque is equivalent to one joule per radian.
  • Wattsecond (1 J)
    A watt second (also watt-second, symbol Ws) is a derived unit of energy equivalent to the joule. The watt-second is the energy equivalent to the power of one watt sustained for one second. While the watt-second is equivalent to the joule in both units and meaning, there are some contexts in which the term "watt-second" is used instead of "joule". The kilowatt hour (kWh) is equivalent to 3,600,000 watt-seconds and is a unit used in the electricity market, and by producers of electricity. Although joule and watt-second mean exactly the same thing (they represent the same amount of the same physical quantity, viz. energy), the newton metre is not equivalent to the joule (despite having the same dimensions) as it represents torque rather than energy. (In terms of vectors, torque is a cross product of force and distance, and energy is their dot product.)
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