# Foot-Pound to Horsepower-Hour Conversion

## Foot-Pound to Horsepower-Hour Conversion - Convert Foot-Pound to Horsepower-Hour (ft∙lb to hp∙h)

### You are currently converting Energy units from Foot-Pound to Horsepower-Hour

1 Foot-Pound (ft∙lb)

=

0 Horsepower-Hour (hp∙h)

Foot-Pound : The foot-pound (symbol: ft•lb) is a measurement unit of energy which is equivalent to 1.3558179483314 joules. It is defined as the amount of energy expended in applying a force of one pound-force through a displacement of one foot. Commonly used in the Engineering and Gravitational Systems in United States customary and imperial units of measure. In additional, the foot-pound is also used as a unit of torque.

Horsepower-Hour : The horsepower-hour (hph) is an outdated unit of energy equal to 2.685 × 106 joules. It is defined as the amount of work a horse is supposed capable of delivering during an hour.

### Energy Conversion Calculator

1 Foot-Pound = 0 Horsepower-Hour

### FAQ about Foot-Pound to Horsepower-Hour Conversion

1 foot-pound (ft∙lb) is equal to 1/1980000 horsepower-hour (hp∙h).

1ft∙lb = 1/1980000hp∙h

The Energy E in horsepower-hour (hp∙h) is equal to the Energy E in foot-pound (ft∙lb) divided by 1980000, that conversion formula:

E(hp∙h) = E(ft∙lb) / 1980000

1000 Foot-Pound is equal to 0.00051 Horsepower-Hour:

1000ft∙lb = 1000ft∙lb / 1980000 = 0.00051hp∙h

One Horsepower-Hour is equal to 1980000 Foot-Pound:

1hp∙h = 1hp∙h × 1980000 = 1980000ft∙lb

E(hp∙h) = 5000(ft∙lb) / 1980000 = 0.00253hp∙h