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What's the conversion formula for Newtons to pounds?

Old 01-24-2004, 02:03 PM
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Default What's the conversion formula for Newtons to pounds?

Man I love this site!! I haven't been on a Porsche site since finding this one (for which my wife is eternally grateful, as expensive as EDF is it's still cheaper than Porsche parts!!)!

Here's my question: What's the formula for converting Newtons of thrust to pounds or ounces of thrust?

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Old 01-24-2004, 02:08 PM
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Pounds force = Newtons x .2248

or, inversely,

Newtons = Pounds force x 4.45

You can remember this by the fact that 4 apples (a fruit Newton knew intimately when it fell on his head) weigh approximately one pound!

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Thanks David. Much appreciated.

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