Q: How do you convert newton meter to kg?

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How to convert Cubic meter to BTU

Times the number of kilograms by one thousand.

Formula: kg/cm2 x 9.807 = newtons/cm2

You can't, as they are used to measure two different quantities. The newton metre is used to measure torque, and the newton per square metre (which is actually called a pascal) is used to measure pressure.

1 kg*m/s2 = 1 N (1 Newton) A Newton is a measure of force.

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1 joule is 1 Newton meter which is 1 kg*m / s2. 1J = 1Nm = 1 (kg * m) / s2 Newton is force, kilogram is mass; they are not equivalent.

How to convert Cubic meter to BTU

Don't wear yourself out trying. I don't think that's even a true statement. [ Newton ] = kg-meter/second2 Newton-second = kg-meter/second

No, joule per kilogram is the unit of specific energy, while meter per second is the unit of speed or velocity. They are not equivalent and represent different physical quantities.

1 gram = 0.001 kg 14 grams = 0.014 kg 0.014 kg/meter sq = 14 grams/meter sq

One pascal is 1newton/meter^2. Therefore one megapascal is 10^6 newton/meter^2. Megapascal is a unit of Pressure (to be precise, stress) . So we cannot convert between Newton meter per degree and Megapascal as units of torsional rigidity.

You can't - you cannot convert from one one unit to another and eliminate one or more dimensions as you do so.

Kilogram-meters per second squared. kg m/s2

Times the number of kilograms by one thousand.

Formula: kg/cm2 x 9.807 = newtons/cm2

You can't, as they are used to measure two different quantities. The newton metre is used to measure torque, and the newton per square metre (which is actually called a pascal) is used to measure pressure.

1 bar = 100,000 newton/square meter See related links for conversion calculator.