Unit Conversion of Measurements

ANGLE [rad]

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Angle units: arcminutes -> points[Navigation]octants -> revolutionsturns -> minute-of-arcgradians -> binary-radiansgons -> mils[milliradians]

AREA [sq m]

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Area units: square-decimeters -> sabinssquare-dekameters -> square-fathomspings -> square-milesnooks -> square-caliberssoccer-fields -> square-perch

DATA STORAGE [bytes]

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Data units: zettabytes -> exabytesterabytes -> nibbleskilobytes -> mebibitspetabytes -> gibibyteskibibytes -> yobibytes

ENERGY+POWER [J]

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Energy units: ergs -> newton-meterzeptojoules -> hectowatt-hourmegagrams-of-TNT -> petagrams-of-TNTthermie -> gigatons-of-TNTdecawatt-hour -> kiloelectron-volt

FREQUENCY [hertz]

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Frequency units: degree-per-day -> millihertzhectohertz -> petahertzframes-per-second -> yoctohertzdegree-per-hour -> attohertzdecahertz -> decihertz

FUEL CONSUMPTION [km/L]

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Fuel units: miles-per-gallon-UK -> liters-per-100-kilometersmeters-per-cubic-yard -> meters-per-litermeters-per-gallon-UK -> meters-per-quart-UKnautical-miles-per-gallon-US -> miles-per-gallon-USmeters-per-cubic-inch -> nautical-miles-per-liter

LENGTH [m]

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Length units: hvats -> polesmeters -> decametersgreek-plethron -> linesangstroms -> scandinavian-mileslight-hours -> fingerbreadth

MASS+WEIGHT [kg]

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Mass units: hundredweight-US -> earth-massdrams-troy -> picogramsounces -> kilopoundsstones -> grainstonnes-UK -> muon-mass

PRESSURE [Pa]

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Pressure units: pound-force-per-square-centimeter -> ounce-per-square-footgram-force-per-square-centimeter -> pound-forceton-force-long-per-square-inch -> megapascalsounce-per-square-yard -> newton-per-square-footmicropascals -> dyne-per-square-foot

SPEED [km/h]

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Speed units: speed-of-light-in-vacuum -> knots-admiraltyfeet-per-hour -> millimeters-per-secondvelocity-of-sound-in-sea-water-20c-10-meter-deep -> meters-per-minutecosmic-velocity-third -> meters-per-secondcosmic-velocity-first -> mach-number

TEMPERATURE [K]

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Temperature units: newton -> delislefahrenheit -> celsiusrankine -> kelvinromer -> reaumur

VOLUME [L]

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Volume units: us-beer-barrels -> cubic-kilometersus-fluid-gallons -> picolitersuk-teaspoons -> uk-fluid-gallonscentiliters -> gigaliterscubic-meters -> cubic-centimeters

Unit Conversion

Conversion of units is the conversion between different units of measurement (such as length, temperature, mass, volume, etc.) for the same quantity, typically through multiplicative conversion factor.

For example, length is a physical quantity. The meter is a unit of length that represents a definite predetermined length. When we say 10 meters (or 10 m), we actually mean 10 times the definite predetermined length called "meter".

The most widely used system of measurement is the International System of Units (abbreviated as SI), it comprises a coherent system of units of measurement built on seven base units.

UnitSI base Symbol
Length meter m
Mass kilogram kg
Time second s
Temperature kelvin K
Electric current ampere A
Amount of substance mole mol
luminous intensity candela cd
UnitDerived SI base Symbol
Angle radian rad
Angle [Solid] steradian sr
Frequency hertz Hz
Force Newton N
Pressure, stress pascal Pa
Energy, power joule J
Power, radiant flux watt W
Electric charge coulumb C
Voltage volt V
Capacitance farad F
Electric resistance ohm Ω
electrical conductance siemens S
magnetic flux weber Wb
magnetic flux density tesla T
inductance henry H
magnetic flux density tesla T
luminous flux lumen lm
illuminance lux lx
radioactivity becquerel Bq
absorbed dose gray Gy
equivalent dose sievert Sv
catalytic activity katal kat