# Newton-Meter to Kilowatt-Hour Conversion

## Newton-Meter to Kilowatt-Hour Conversion - Convert Newton-Meter to Kilowatt-Hour (N∙m to kW∙h)

### You are currently converting Energy units from Newton-Meter to Kilowatt-Hour

1 Newton-Meter (N∙m)

=

0 Kilowatt-Hour (kW∙h)

Newton-Meter : A newton metre, or newton-metre (also called "moment") is a unit of torque in the SI system. It is equal to the torque resulting from a force of one newton applied perpendicularly to a moment arm which is one metre long. The symbol of newton-metre is N m or N•m. It is also a less commonly used unit of energy, or work, is equal to one joule.

Kilowatt-Hour : Kilowatt-hour, or kilowatt hour (symbol kW•h, kW h or kWh) is a measurement unit of energy. It is defined as the energy consumed by power consumption of 1kW during 1 hour. One kilowatt-hour is equal to 1000 watt-hours or 3.6×106 joules. It is commonly used as a billing unit for energy delivered to consumers by electric utilities.

### Energy Conversion Calculator

1 Newton-Meter = 0 Kilowatt-Hour

### FAQ about Newton-Meter to Kilowatt-Hour Conversion

1 newton-meter (N∙m) is equal to 1/3600000 kilowatt-hour (kW∙h).

1N∙m = 1/3600000kW∙h

The Energy E in kilowatt-hour (kW∙h) is equal to the Energy E in newton-meter (N∙m) divided by 3600000, that conversion formula:

E(kW∙h) = E(N∙m) / 3600000

1000 Newton-Meter is equal to 0.00028 Kilowatt-Hour:

1000N∙m = 1000N∙m / 3600000 = 0.00028kW∙h

One Kilowatt-Hour is equal to 3600000 Newton-Meter:

1kW∙h = 1kW∙h × 3600000 = 3600000N∙m

E(kW∙h) = 5000(N∙m) / 3600000 = 0.00139kW∙h