## What is KPM torque?

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The Kilopondmetre is an obsolete unit of torque and energy in the gravitational metric system. It is abbreviated kp·m or m·kp, older publications often use mkg and kgm as well. Torque is a product of the length of a lever and the force applied to the lever.

### What is KP in measurement?

[21] Kp, the planetary K index, is a measure of the range of magnetic variability at 13 representative ground magnetometer stations (listed in Table 1) over a 3-hour interval. It is computed by averaging the standardized K index that is derived at each of those stations.

#### What is the British gravitational unit of energy?

The unit of Gravitational potential energy is Nm. The dimension of gravitational potential energy is [ML2T-2].

**What are the SI MKS units for gravitational force?**

In MKS, the gravitational unit of force is kilogramme force (kg f).

**How do you convert KPM?**

By using our Kilopond Meter to Newton Meter conversion tool, you know that one Kilopond Meter is equivalent to 9.81 Newton Meter. Hence, to convert Kilopond Meter to Newton Meter, we just need to multiply the number by 9.81.

## How do you convert KP to KG?

Please provide values below to convert kilopond [kp] to kilogram-force [kgf], or vice versa….Kilopond to Kilogram-force Conversion Table.

Kilopond [kp] | Kilogram-force [kgf] |
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0.01 kp | 0.01 kgf |

0.1 kp | 0.1 kgf |

1 kp | 1 kgf |

2 kp | 2 kgf |

### How do you convert Kiloponds to kilograms?

Convert from Kiloponds to Kilogram-force….Kiloponds to Kilogram-force.

1 Kiloponds = 1 Kilogram-force | 10 Kiloponds = 10 Kilogram-force | 2500 Kiloponds = 2500 Kilogram-force |
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9 Kiloponds = 9 Kilogram-force | 1000 Kiloponds = 1000 Kilogram-force | 1000000 Kiloponds = 1000000 Kilogram-force |

#### What is the universal gravitational constant?

The universal gravitational constant (G) relates the magnitude of the gravitational attractive force between two bodies to their masses and the distance between them. Its value is extremely difficult to measure experimentally.

**What is the gravitational unit of weight?**

newton

The unit of measurement for weight is that of force, which in the International System of Units (SI) is the newton. For example, an object with a mass of one kilogram has a weight of about 9.8 newtons on the surface of the Earth, and about one-sixth as much on the Moon.

**What is the difference between MP and Dan?**

The tonne-force, metric ton-force, megagram-force, and megapond ( Mp) are each 1000 kilograms-force. The decanewton or dekanewton ( daN ), exactly 10 N, is used in some fields as an approximation to the kilogram-force, because it is close to the 9.80665 N of 1 kgf.

## What is a kilogram-force?

Kilogram-force is a non-standard unit and is classified in the International System of Units (SI) as a unit that is not accepted for use with SI.

### When was the kilogram-force added to the International System of units?

The kilogram-force has never been a part of the International System of Units (SI), which was introduced in 1960. The SI unit of force is the newton . Prior to this, the unit was widely used in much of the world.

#### What is The decanewton equivalent to a kgf?

The decanewton or dekanewton ( daN ), exactly 10 N, is used in some fields as an approximation to the kilogram-force, because it is close to the 9.80665 N of 1 kgf. The value of gn as used in the official definition of the kilogram-force is used here for all gravitational units.