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1 Kelvin

= 1.8 Rankine

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The base unit for temperature is kelvin (SI Unit)

[Kelvin] symbol/abbrevation: (K)

[Rankine] symbol/abbrevation: (°R)

1 K = 1.8 °R.

1 x 1.8 °R =

Always check the results; rounding errors may occur.

The Kelvin scale is an absolute thermodynamic temperature scale using as its null point absolute zero, the temperature at which all thermal motion ceases in the classical *..more definition+*

The Rankine scale is a thermodynamic temperature based on an absolute scale named after the Glasgow University engineer and physicist William John Macquorn Rankine, who p *..more definition+*

1 Kelvin | to | common temperature units |
---|---|---|

1 K | = | -272.15 celsius (°C) |

1 K | = | 1 kelvin (K) |

1 K | = | -457.87 fahrenheit (°F) |

1 K | = | 1.8 rankine (°R) |

1 K | = | 558.225 delisle (°De) |

1 K | = | -89.8095 newton scale (°N) |

1 K | = | -217.72 reaumur (°Re) |

1 K | = | -135.37875 romer (°Rø) |

Kelvin | to | Rankine (table conversion) |
---|---|---|

1 K | = | 1.8 °R |

2 K | = | 3.6 °R |

3 K | = | 5.4 °R |

4 K | = | 7.2 °R |

5 K | = | 9 °R |

6 K | = | 10.8 °R |

7 K | = | 12.6 °R |

8 K | = | 14.4 °R |

9 K | = | 16.2 °R |

10 K | = | 18 °R |

20 K | = | 36 °R |

30 K | = | 54 °R |

40 K | = | 72 °R |

50 K | = | 90 °R |

60 K | = | 108 °R |

70 K | = | 126 °R |

80 K | = | 144 °R |

90 K | = | 162 °R |

100 K | = | 180 °R |

200 K | = | 360 °R |

300 K | = | 540 °R |

400 K | = | 720 °R |

500 K | = | 900 °R |

600 K | = | 1080 °R |

700 K | = | 1260 °R |

800 K | = | 1440 °R |

900 K | = | 1620 °R |

1000 K | = | 1800 °R |

2000 K | = | 3600 °R |

4000 K | = | 7200 °R |

5000 K | = | 9000 °R |

7500 K | = | 13500 °R |

10000 K | = | 18000 °R |

25000 K | = | 45000 °R |

50000 K | = | 90000 °R |

100000 K | = | 180000 °R |

1000000 K | = | 1800000 °R |

1000000000 K | = | 1800000000 °R |