Рейтинг: **4.8**/5.0 (1065 проголосовавших)

Категория: Windows: Математика

*Quickly converts measurement units in a highly intuitive interface, featuring support for adding custom units, geared toward all user levels*

Converting units, regardless if we're talking about time, length, speed, volume or pressure, takes just a few seconds since many websites lets you do it on the fly. But in case you want to use a converter straight from your desktop without having go online every time, you will need a tool like Unit Converter.

The application is absolutely surprising from the point of view of supported units, coming with a wide array of options such as time, circular measure, metric prefixes, number names, power, length, mass, speed, volume, energy, temperature, pressure and area.

Everything is nicely displayed in a clean and user friendly interface and, as we found out while testing it, the whole conversion process basically needs just a few clicks and a handful of seconds. You are prompted to choose the input and the output units then type in the value you wish to convert.

The conversion is performed in real time, so you won't have to press a dedicated button for it, which again saves time. A particularly useful function is the adjustable precision, a feature you can use to decide how many figures (up to ten) should be displayed.

The 'Settings' menu is quite handy for those who have problems working with so many units because it comes with a special option that enables you to organize them by magnitude or alphabetically.

As a conclusion, Unit Converter is one of the simplest and most efficient tools you can get your hands on. It works fast and the support for so many units is one of the biggest advantages of this utility.

Part of these download collections: Unit Converters

CURRENT VERSION: 2.3 FILE SIZE: 3.1 MB DEVELOPER: *Joseph Nicholas* RUNS ON: Windows All CATEGORY: C: \ Others \ Unit Conversion

Get quick answers when you enter math equations or conversions in the Google Search box.

You can use the calculator for any math problem you want to solve, like calculating the tip at a restaurant, making graphs, or solving geometry problems.

- To plot multiple functions together, separate the formulas with a comma.
- To explore the function in more detail, zoom in and out and pan across the plane.

The plotting algorithm detected one of these:

- Too many asymptotes
- Too many transitions of the function from defined to undefined regions
- Too many points on the graph that might not represent the current function value due to high volatility

Try to pan or zoom the function to a different region.

The pan or zoom action can’t be performed because of numerical limitations. Try to pan or zoom the function to a different region.

The pan or zoom action can’t be performed because of numerical limitations. Try to pan or zoom the function to a different region.

Sponsored Links

foot/second 2. meter/second 2. gal, galileo, inch/second 2

- 1 m/s 2 = 3.28084 ft/s 2 = 100 cm/s 2 = 39.37 inch per second squared (inch/s 2 )
- 1 ft/s 2 = 0.3048 m/s 2 = 30.48 cm/s 2
- 1 g = 9.80665 m/s 2 = 32.17405 ft/s 2
*= 386.1 in/s 2 = 35 kph/s = 22 mph/s*

- 1 abmho = 1000 megamho = 1x10 9 mho = 8.98755x10 20 statmho

- 1 abampere = 10 ampere = 1.03638x10 -4 faraday/sec(chem) = 2.99792x10 10 statampere = 1 biot
- 1 ampere = 0.1 abampere = 1.00015 ampere (Int) = 1 coulomb/sec = 1.03638x10 -5 faraday/sec (chem) 1x10 6 microampere = 1000 milliampere = 2.99792x10 9 statampere
- 1 ampere (Int) = 0.99985 ampere
- 1 biot = 10 ampere

kg/cubic meter, gram/centimeter 3. l_{m} b/cubic inch, lb_{m} /cubic foot, slug/cubic foot, kilogram/cubic meter, lbm/gallon (US liq)

- Density Water 1000 kg/m 3 = 62.43 Lbs./Cu.Ft = 8.33 Lbs./Gal. = 0.1337 Cu.Ft./Gal.
- 1 lb/ft 3 = 16.018 kg/m 3 = 0.016 g/cm 3 = 0.00926 oz/in 3 = 2.57 oz/gal (Imperial) = 2.139 oz/gal (U.S.) = 0.0005787 lb/in 3 = 27 lb/yd 3 = 0.161 lb/gal (Imperial) = 0.134 lb/gal (U.S) = 0.0121 ton/yd 3
- 1 slug/ft 3 = 515.379 kg/m 3
- 1 kg/l = 62.43 lb/ft 3
- 1 kg/m 3 = 0.001 g/cm 3 = 1 g/ml = 0.0005780 oz/in 3 = 0.16036 oz/gal (Imperial) = 0.1335 oz/gal (U.S.) = 0.0624 lb/ft 3 = 0.000036127 lb/in 3 = 1.6856 lb/yd 3 = 0.010022 lb/gal (Imperial) = 0.008345 lb/gal (U.S) = 0.0007525 ton/yd 3

- 1 abcoulomb = 0.00278 ampere-hour = 10 coulomb = 6.24151x10 19 electronic charge = 1.03632x10 -4 faraday (chem) = 2.99792x10 10 statcoulomb
- 1 ampere hour = 360 abcoulomb = 3600 coulomb = 0.03731 faraday (chem)
- 1 coulomb = 0.1 abcoulomb = 0.000278 ampere hour = 1 ampere second = 1.00015002 coulomb (Int) = 1.0363x10 -5 faraday (chem) = 1.0360x10 -5 faraday (phys) = 2.9979x10 9 statcoulomb

British Thermal Unit (Btu), calorie, joule, kilojoule, electron volt, erg, foot lb_{f}. foot poundal, kilocalorie, kilowatt hour, watt hour,

- 1 J (Joule) = 0.1020 kpm = 2.778x10 -7 kWh = 2.389x10 -4 kcal = 0.7376 ft lb
_{f}= 1 (kg m 2 )/s 2 = 1 watt second = 1 Nm = 9.478x10 -4 Btu - 1 kpm = 9.80665 J = 2.724x10 -6 kWh = 2.342x10 -3 kcal = 7.233 ft lb
_{f}= 9.295x10 -3 Btu - 1 kWh = 3.6x10 6 J = 3600 kJ = 3.671x10 5 kpm = 859.9 kcal = 2.656x10 6 ft lb
_{f}= 3.412x10 3 Btu - 1 kJ = 1 kNm = 1kWs = 0.000278 kWh = 10 3 J = 0.947813 Btu = 737.6 ft lb
_{f}= 0.23884 kcal - 1 Btu (British thermal unit) = 1055.06 J = 107.6 kpm = 2.92875x10 -4 kWh = 251.996 calorie (IT - International Table calorie) = 0.252 kcal = 777.649 ft lb
_{f}= 1.0544x10 10 erg = 0.293 watt hour = 0.999331 Btu (Int Steam Tab) = 0.998560 Btu (mean) = 25020.1 foot-poundal = 107.514 kg force meter = 1.0751x10 7 gram-force cm = 0.000393 hp-hour = 10.456 liter atm = 1054.35 wattsecond - 1 cal = 4.186 J
- 1 kcal = 4186.8 J = 426.9 kp m = 1.163x10 -3 kWh = 3.088 ft lb
_{f}= 3.9683 Btu = 1000 cal - 1 ft lb
_{f}(foot pound force) = 1.3558 J = 0.1383 kp m = 3.766x10 -7 kWh = 3.238x10 -4 kcal = 1.285x10 -3 Btu - 1 hp h (horse power hour) = 2.6846x10 6 J = 0.7457 kWh
- 1 erg = 1 (g cm 2 )/s 2 = 10 -7 J = 1 dyne-centimeter
- 1 electron volt = 1 eV = 1.602x10 -19 J
- 1 Q = 10 18 Btu = 1.055x10 21 J
- 1 Quad = 10 15 Btu
- 1 Therm = 100,000 Btu
- 1 kg m = 7.233 ft lb = 0.00929 Btu = 9.806 Joule

dyne, kilogram force (kgf), kilopound force, kip, lbf (pound force), ounce force (avoirdupois), poundal, newton

- Length unit conversion. metric, millimeter (mm), meter (m), kilometer (km), inch, foot / feet, yard, mile
- Area unit conversion. square (sq), centimeter (cm), meter (m), inch, foot / feet, acre, hectare (ha)
- Volume unit conversion. cubic (cb), centimeter (cm), meter (m), inch, foot / feet
- Weight unit conversion. gram (g), kilogram (kg), grain (gr), ounce (oz), pound (lb), short ton (ston)
- Temperature unit conversion. Celsius, Fahrenheit, Reaumur, Kelvin
- Fluid unit conversion. milliliter (ml), liter (l), ounce (oz), pint (pt), gallon (gal), bushel (bu)

Our free unit converter tools can solve a wide variety of unit conversion needs. By using the unit conversion calculator tools you can convert between metric measurements, lengths / distances, areas, weights, volumes, temperatures, and fluids / liquids.

Unlike many unit conversion software programs and online services that require you to click back and forth to each specific unit conversion tool, we group and keep related unit conversion tools together. This makes it easy to quickly to convert units and measurements.

This online conversion tool converts all volume and capacity units from Metric si to US to ( UK ) Imperial systems, and vise versa deals with all measurement values and conversions for any of the following *volume units*. barrel petroleum – bbl – bo. bushel UK – bu. bushel US dry – bu. centiliter cl. cubic centimeter cc – cm 3 – cu cm. cubic decimeter dm 3 – cu dm. standard cubic foot / feet ft 3 – cu ft. cubic inch in 3 – cu in. cubic meter m 3 – cu m. cubic millimeter mm 3 – cu mm. cubic yard yd 3 – cu yd. cup and dry cup c. dekaliter dal – dkl. fluid dram fl dr. fluid ounce US – fl oz. fluid ounce UK – fl oz. gallon liquid – gal. gallon UK – gal. gill gi. hectoliter hl. liter l. microliter µl. milliliter ml. minim min. peck US dry – pk. pint liquid – pt. pint UK – pt. pint US dry – pt. quart liquid – qt. quart UK – qt. quart US dry – qt. is set of all volume units with symbols, list of one-way volume units converters .

To link to this web based *Volume units converter* tool, copy then paste this code into your html.

For online collaboration to improve the *» Volume units converter*. requests for new units or web tools additions, send your feedback .

Volume units; convert to all equivalent unit measures on all other systems.

I was looking at how to convert volume measures. How many ml in dcl or in other words precisely how many milliliters there are in 4 deciliters. Which now I know, the amount from/of 4 deciliters ( dl – dcl – deci ) equals to 400.00 milliliters ( ml ). Thanks

Comment from/about. Helen | Permalink

My task was to convert 25 oz to cups which makes it:

25 floz ( fluid ounces US ) have the equivalent volume of 3.12 cup us or, 25 fluid ounces are filling up, or are equal to, 2.96 of metric cups.

Comment from/about. Cathy | Permalink

I made unit conversions with this barrels to cubic centimeters volume and capacity converter and also from gallons to cubic centimeter units. Results I got as per below:

Volume amount. 3.5 barrel ( bar. – bbl – bo ),

Equals = 410717.18 cubic centimeter ( cc – cm3 ),

Fraction. 410 717 9/50 cubic centimeters ( cc – cm? ).

Volume amount. 3.5 gallon liquid US ( gal ),

Equals = 13248.94 cubic centimeter ( cc – cm3 ),

Fraction. 13 248 47/50 cubic centimeters ( cc – cm? ).

Comment from/about. volume tasks | Permalink

I learned how to convert volume / capacity units from us to metric. Particularly how to convert cu. ft into liters, 7.8 cubic feet to l.

volume unit amount 7.85 cubic feet ( ft3 – cu ft ) –

equals = 222.29 liter ( l ) –

the same volume in fraction. 222 7/25 liter ( l )

*How to calculate for conversions of volume units manually?* First find out the converted value for 1 unit, then multiply the outcome by the number you need to convert from.

1 cubic foot ( ft? – cu ft ) = 28.32 liters (rounded to 2 decimal points)

28.316846592 liters x 7.85 feet3 = 222.2872457472 liters ? 222.29 l

7.85 cubic feet equals to 222.2872457472 liters ? 222.29 l

Liters to cubic feet conversion is done by the same way but multiplying valus of the two volume units the other way around – cu ft x liters = cubic feet outcome. For e.g. converting 100 l to ft3

1 liter ( l ) = 0.035314667 cubic foot ( ft? – cu ft )

0.035314667 cu ft x 100 l = 3.5314667 cu ft

100 liters equals to 3.5314667 cubic feet ? 3.53 ft3

Comment from/about. volume units conversion | Permalink

I managed to convert standard cubic foot to l liter and other larger volume si units.

Amount. 1 cubic foot ( ft3 – cu ft ),

Equals. 28.32 liters ( l ),

With the help of the Unit Converter you can convert over 4500 units from 33 categories such as length, area, volume, mass, density, temperature, time, speed, acceleration, volume flow, kitchen measurements, information and storage, quantity, shoe size, energy, power, force, torque, pressure, frequency, electromotive force, electric current, electric charge, electrical resistance, luminous intensity, luminance, illuminance, radiation activity, radiation exposure, absorbed dose, radiation equivalent doese, angle and amount of substance (here you can get an overview ). In addition it is possible to add custom units without any problems. The user defined units can be added to one of the existing categories or you can define your own new category for your units (here is an introduction to this topic ).

To get the most out of the Unit Converter, you can use the tool in different modes. According to your application, you can show a complete table of all units available, you can compare only two or three units and you can show or hide units for comparisons. Also searching for units is very easily: Usually, it is only neccessary to type in some characters from the unit or the system of the unit to reduce the range of units. With this, it is easier to select a unit, because you do not have to go through hundrets of units. Furthermore, you can also define global filters for which also only a few characters have to be typed in. Such a global filter can look like "metric,mile,inch" to compare the units mile and inch with metric measurements.

Behind usually units like metre, kilogram or pound, there are also a great number of other, unusually units available in the Unit Converter. For instance, antique measurements, units from countries all over the world or comparison values. With this comparison values you can check how many soccer fields (or countries) is an area or how many elephants someone weights. In addition, you can add prefixes like nano-, micro- or kilo- to each of the units. With this you can also convert values within one unit, for example micrometres to petametres.

Furthermore, there are lots of settings that can be adjusted. For example, you can choose, whether the Unit Converter should search for the best fitting prefix for a value, whether you want to display the values as fractions or as floating point values, the format of numbers (decimal places, exponential notation and so on) or in which format and with which characters the values should be copied to the clipboard, so that you can insert the values directly in the correct format in another context. Of course, you can save all of these settings and if you want, they can be loaded automatically when starting the tool.

The amount of units and functions in the Unit Converter will be expanded from time to time. If you know other units or you have some ideas for improvement, you are welcome to write a short mail to us. For this, you can use our contact formular .

The German version of the Unit Converter, can be downloaded on sttmedia.de/einheitenumrechner. The German name is Einheiten Umrechner.

Pressure is the force per unit area applied to the surface of an object in a vertical direction (i.e. perpendicular to the surface). Gauge pressure is related to the local atmospheric or ambient pressure. Pressure is a force is applied on the surface of that object measured per unit area of surface.

Pressure is represented by the symbol p or P. The SI unit for pressure is the pascal (Pa) and is equal to one newton per square meter (N/m 2 or kg/m.s 2 - prior to 1971 the unit was simply known as N/m2). Non-SI measures in common use are pounds per square inch (psi) and bar. In cgs units the pressure is expressed as the barye (ba). One barye is equal to 1 dyn/cm2. Sometimes pressure is also expressed as grams-force/cm 2. or as kgf/cm 2. where a kilogramme-force is the weight exerted by a kilogramme at the earth’s surface.

The same force applied to a smaller area will result in a larger pressure. This is the principle behind any sharp object such as a knife or a pin. The pressure applied to the large handle of the knife is applied through the much smaller area of the knife blade. Similarly the point of a pin can exert great pressure because of its small area, enough to penetrate an object unless it is made of a stronger material than the pin itself.

Atmospheric pressure is defined as the force from the weight of the atmosphere that pushes down on a unit area. When we experience changes in pressure with changing altitude it can cause our ears to pop as the internal and external pressures equalize. This is even more noticeable in a liquid such as sea water, where even a small change in depth can be felt. If the pressure is decreased too rapidly by surfacing quickly after diving, it can cause gas bubbles to form in the blood resulting in decompression sickness.

Blood pressure is defined as the force that the blood exerts on a unit area in our artery walls due to the pumping of the heart. If the blood pressure is too low there will not be enough force to push the blood around the body. A high blood pressure is a warning sign of a variety of impending health problems. Blood pressure is measured using a special kind of manometer called a sphygmomanometer.

The motion of fluids is greatly dependent on pressure. The increased pressure in front of a moving object causes the motion of the air which moves around the object. If the object moves too fast for the pressure field to travel (which it does at the speed of sound) the air molecules are unable to move out of the way and a shock wave forms. These shock waves are a feature of supersonic flow, for example around fighter aircraft.

Pressure differences can be measured using a manometer, which is a graduated U-tube containing a liquid. A device to measure atmospheric pressure is called a barometer, which can be a kind of manometer, or it may consist of some kind of sealed cell which will be compressed to a greater or lesser degree by the changing pressure of the surrounding atmosphere (aneroid barometer). Barometers are widely used to predict weather conditions because of the connection between atmospheric pressure and air movement which is the driving force behind weather systems.

Rotating frequency converters are machine units consisting of a motor and a generator. Unlike transformers, converter units are able to convert voltage and frequency thanks to the combination of machines with differing numbers of poles. Typical applications are 50/60 Hz, 50/ 50 Hz or 60/60 Hz.

The frequency converter allows disconnection from the power supply, as well as effective filtration, as the primary and secondary parts are coupled mechanically and not magnetically.

Converter units can consist of asynchronous machines, synchronous machines, or a combination of both. The combination of an asynchronous motor and synchronous generator is most common.

Asynchronous drives are used mainly in the production of higher frequencies, while synchronous converter units on the other hand offer a load-independent speed and better voltage stability.

The mechanical connection of the machines is made possible by a belt or coupling. The machines can be installed separately or mounted on a common base frame.

- Shaft height: up to 800 Protection degree: up to IP 56 Cooling system: up to IC 86W7 Speed: up to 3,600 rpm Insulation class: F and H