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Heat, work and energy

JoulesKilojoulesMegajoulesKilowatt-
hour
Kilopond
meter
Horsepower hourcalorieKilocalorie
J10,0010,0000012.78E-070,1019723.78E-070,2388460,000239
kJ100010,0010,000278101,97160,000378238,84590,238846
MJ1000000100010,277778101971,60,377672238845,9238,8459
kWh360000036003,61367097,81,359619859845,2859,8452
kpm9,806650,0098079.81E-062.72E-0613.7E-062,3422780,002342
PSh26478002647,82,64780,7355270000,51632416,2632,4162
cal4,18680,0041874.19E-061.16E-060,4269351.58E-0610,001
kcal4186,84,18680,0041870,001163426,93480,00158110001

1 kcal is the amount of heat that is necessary to heat 1 kg of water from 15 ° C by 1 ° C.

The unit SKE (S.teinkohleneunits) is mostly used to compare different energy sources and very high energy consumption.

American units of heat, work, and energy

British Thermal Unitfoot pound forceJoules KilojoulesKilowatt-
hour
calorieKilocalorie
Btu1778,18261055,061,055060,000293251,99680,251997
ft lbf0,00128511,35580,0013563.77E-070,3238270,000324
J0,0009480,73757210,0012.78E-070,2388460,000239
kJ0,947813737,5719100010,000278238,84590,238846
kWh3412,1282655259360000036001859845,2859,8452
cal0,0039683,0880664,18680,0041871.16E-0610,001
kcal3,9683053088,0664186,84,18680,00116310001

1 Btu is the amount of heat required to heat 1 pound of water 1 ° F.