kgf∙cm∙s² to G∙cm² Conversion

Kilogram Force Centimeter Sq. Second to Gram Square Centimeter Conversion - Convert Kilogram Force Centimeter Sq. Second to Gram Square Centimeter (kgf∙cm∙s² to G∙cm²)

kgf∙cm∙s² to G∙cm² Conversion

kgf∙cm∙s² to G∙cm² - Moment of Inertia - Conversion

You are currently converting Moment of Inertia units from Kilogram Force Centimeter Sq. Second to Gram Square Centimeter

1 Kilogram Force Centimeter Sq. Second (kgf∙cm∙s²)

=

980665 Gram Square Centimeter (G∙cm²)

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Kilogram Force Centimeter Sq. Second : The kilogram force centimeter square second is a unit of moment of inertia. Its symbol is kgf•cm•s². It is equal to 10-4 kilogram square meter (kg•m²).

Gram Square Centimeter : The gram square centimeter is a derived unit of moment of inertia in the CGS system. Its symbol is g•cm². One gram square centimeter is equal to 10-7 kilogram square meter (kg•m²).

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1 Kilogram Force Centimeter Sq. Second = 980665 Gram Square Centimeter

How to convert Kilogram Force Centimeter Sq. Second to Gram Square Centimeter ?

1 kilogram force centimeter sq. second (kgf∙cm∙s²) is equal to 980665 gram square centimeter (G∙cm²).

1kgf∙cm∙s² = 980665G∙cm²

The Moment of Inertia I in gram square centimeter (G∙cm²) is equal to the Moment of Inertia I in kilogram force centimeter sq. second (kgf∙cm∙s²) times 980665, that conversion formula:

I(G∙cm²) = I(kgf∙cm∙s²) × 980665

How many Gram Square Centimeter in a Kilogram Force Centimeter Sq. Second?

One Kilogram Force Centimeter Sq. Second is equal to 980665 Gram Square Centimeter:

1kgf∙cm∙s² = 1kgf∙cm∙s² × 980665 = 980665G∙cm²

How many Kilogram Force Centimeter Sq. Second in 1000 Gram Square Centimeter?

1000 Gram Square Centimeter is equal to 0.00102 Kilogram Force Centimeter Sq. Second:

1000G∙cm² = 1000G∙cm² / 980665 = 0.00102kgf∙cm∙s²

How to Convert 5 Kilogram Force Centimeter Sq. Second to Gram Square Centimeter?

I(G∙cm²) = 5(kgf∙cm∙s²) × 980665 = 4903325G∙cm²

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