## Convert Nm to ft lb

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Please provide values below to convert newton meter [N*m] to foot-pound [ft*lbf], or *vice versa*.

### Newton-meter

**Definition:** The newton-meter (N·m) is sometimes used as a unit of work or energy and in this context is equal to the joule, the SI unit of energy. In this use, it is defined as the energy transferred to an object by a one newton force acting on that object in the direction of its motion over a distance of one meter.

**History/origin:** The use of the newton-meter as a unit of work or energy is derived from the fact that the joule, the SI (International System of Units) unit of energy, is dimensionally equivalent to the newton-meter.

**Current use:** The newton-meter is more commonly used as a unit of torque rather than as a unit of work or energy. As such, the use of the newton-meter as a unit of work or energy is discouraged to avoid confusion regarding whether energy or torque is being expressed.

### Foot-pound

**Definition:** A foot-pound (ft·lb or ft·lbf) is a unit of work or energy in the imperial and United States customary systems of units. It is defined as the energy transferred when a force of one pound-force is applied over a linear displacement of one foot.

**History/origin:** The foot-pound is an English Engineering unit that is part of the British Gravitational system, based on the foot-pound-second (FPS) system. The FPS system is built using the units of foot for length, avoirdupois pound for mass or force, and the second for time.

**Current use:** The foot-pound is used in countries that have not adopted the International System of Units (SI). The United States is one of the largest countries where the foot-pound is still used in certain applications, though even in the US, the joule is preferred in most scientific contexts.

### Newton Meter to Foot-pound Conversion Table

Newton Meter [N*m] | Foot-pound [ft*lbf] |
---|---|

0.01 N*m | 0.0073756215 ft*lbf |

0.1 N*m | 0.0737562149 ft*lbf |

1 N*m | 0.7375621493 ft*lbf |

2 N*m | 1.4751242986 ft*lbf |

3 N*m | 2.2126864479 ft*lbf |

5 N*m | 3.6878107465 ft*lbf |

10 N*m | 7.375621493 ft*lbf |

20 N*m | 14.751242986 ft*lbf |

50 N*m | 36.878107465 ft*lbf |

100 N*m | 73.75621493 ft*lbf |

1000 N*m | 737.5621493 ft*lbf |

### How to Convert Newton Meter to Foot-pound

1 N*m = 0.7375621493 ft*lbf

1 ft*lbf = 1.3558179483 N*m

**Example:** convert 15 N*m to ft*lbf:

15 N*m = 15 × 0.7375621493 ft*lbf = 11.0634322395 ft*lbf

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## energy units conversion

**Amount:** 1 Newton meter (N-m) of energy

**Equals:** 8.85 inches pound force (in lbf) in energy

Converting **Newton meter** to **inches pound force** value in the energy units scale.

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How many inches pound force are in 1 Newton meter? The answer is: 1 N-m equals 8.85 in lbf

### 8.85 in lbf is converted to 1 of what?

The inches pound force unit number 8.85 in lbf converts to 1 N-m, one Newton meter. **It is the EQUAL energy value of 1 Newton meter but in the inches pound force energy unit alternative.**

N-m/in lbf energy conversion result | ||||

From | Symbol | Equals | Result | Symbol |

1 | N-m | = | 8.85 | in lbf |

### Conversion chart - *Newton meters* to *inches pound force*

1 Newton meter to inches pound force = 8.85 in lbf

2 Newton meters to inches pound force = 17.70 in lbf

3 Newton meters to inches pound force = 26.55 in lbf

4 Newton meters to inches pound force = 35.40 in lbf

5 Newton meters to inches pound force = 44.25 in lbf

6 Newton meters to inches pound force = 53.10 in lbf

7 Newton meters to inches pound force = 61.96 in lbf

8 Newton meters to inches pound force = 70.81 in lbf

9 Newton meters to inches pound force = 79.66 in lbf

10 Newton meters to inches pound force = 88.51 in lbf

11 Newton meters to inches pound force = 97.36 in lbf

12 Newton meters to inches pound force = 106.21 in lbf

13 Newton meters to inches pound force = 115.06 in lbf

14 Newton meters to inches pound force = 123.91 in lbf

15 Newton meters to inches pound force = 132.76 in lbf

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Convert energy of ** Newton meter (N-m)** and

**units in reverse from inches pound force into Newton meters.**

*inches pound force (in lbf)*### Energy units equivalents

With this **energy units pair converter**, a difference between two *energy units are calculated* to work out their corresponding equivalent values.

First unit: Newton meter (N-m) is used for measuring energy.

Second: inch pound force (in lbf) is unit of energy.

**QUESTION**:

15 N-m = ? in lbf **ANSWER**:

15 N-m = 132.76 in lbf

Abbreviation, or prefix, for Newton meter is:**N-m**

Abbreviation for inch pound force is:**in lbf**

### Other applications for this energy calculator ...

With the above mentioned two-units calculating service it provides, this energy converter proved to be useful also as a teaching tool:

1. in practicing Newton meters and inches pound force ( N-m vs. in lbf ) measures exchange.

2. for conversion factors between unit pairs.

3. work with energy's values and properties.

## Newton-meters to Foot-pounds conversion

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Show formula### Newton-meters to Foot-pounds formula

ft-lb =

Nm * 0.73756

### Newton-meters

One newton metre is the distance travelled in the direction of applied force, (ie not the perpendicular distance from a fulcrum which is the NM when used to express torque)

### Newton-meters to Foot-pounds formula

ft-lb =

Nm * 0.73756

### Foot-pounds

One foot pound is the work done by a force of one pounl acting through a distance of one foot, in the direction of the force. It equates to 1.355 817 948 331 4004 joules

### Newton-meters to Foot-pounds table

Newton-meters | Foot-pounds |
---|---|

0Nm | 0.00ft-lb |

1Nm | 0.74ft-lb |

2Nm | 1.48ft-lb |

3Nm | 2.21ft-lb |

4Nm | 2.95ft-lb |

5Nm | 3.69ft-lb |

6Nm | 4.43ft-lb |

7Nm | 5.16ft-lb |

8Nm | 5.90ft-lb |

9Nm | 6.64ft-lb |

10Nm | 7.38ft-lb |

11Nm | 8.11ft-lb |

12Nm | 8.85ft-lb |

13Nm | 9.59ft-lb |

14Nm | 10.33ft-lb |

15Nm | 11.06ft-lb |

16Nm | 11.80ft-lb |

17Nm | 12.54ft-lb |

18Nm | 13.28ft-lb |

19Nm | 14.01ft-lb |

Newton-meters | Foot-pounds |
---|---|

20Nm | 14.75ft-lb |

21Nm | 15.49ft-lb |

22Nm | 16.23ft-lb |

23Nm | 16.96ft-lb |

24Nm | 17.70ft-lb |

25Nm | 18.44ft-lb |

26Nm | 19.18ft-lb |

27Nm | 19.91ft-lb |

28Nm | 20.65ft-lb |

29Nm | 21.39ft-lb |

30Nm | 22.13ft-lb |

31Nm | 22.86ft-lb |

32Nm | 23.60ft-lb |

33Nm | 24.34ft-lb |

34Nm | 25.08ft-lb |

35Nm | 25.81ft-lb |

36Nm | 26.55ft-lb |

37Nm | 27.29ft-lb |

38Nm | 28.03ft-lb |

39Nm | 28.76ft-lb |

Newton-meters | Foot-pounds |
---|---|

40Nm | 29.50ft-lb |

41Nm | 30.24ft-lb |

42Nm | 30.98ft-lb |

43Nm | 31.72ft-lb |

44Nm | 32.45ft-lb |

45Nm | 33.19ft-lb |

46Nm | 33.93ft-lb |

47Nm | 34.67ft-lb |

48Nm | 35.40ft-lb |

49Nm | 36.14ft-lb |

50Nm | 36.88ft-lb |

51Nm | 37.62ft-lb |

52Nm | 38.35ft-lb |

53Nm | 39.09ft-lb |

54Nm | 39.83ft-lb |

55Nm | 40.57ft-lb |

56Nm | 41.30ft-lb |

57Nm | 42.04ft-lb |

58Nm | 42.78ft-lb |

59Nm | 43.52ft-lb |

## Nm to ft-lbs Converter

This Nm to ft-lbs converter is a simple tool that converts between four different units of torque. We will teach how to convert newton-meters to foot pounds and provide you with handy conversion tables, where you can look up any value you need.

Read on to learn why we need to use these units in the first place, **how to convert between them**, and why the kg-cm unit of torque doesn't make much sense!

### What do Nm and ft-lbs measure?

Newton-meters (Nm for short) and foot-pounds (ft-lbs) are units of **torque**, also called the **moment of force** or the **rotational force**. Torque measures the tendency of an object to rotate if you apply some force to it.

Imagine an object, such as a lever, that has one fixed point. We will call that stationary point the **pivot point**. If you start pushing or pulling the lever in a straight line, the object will begin to rotate around that pivot point. The further from the pivot point you apply the force, the bigger the rotation.

The product of the force you apply and the distance from the pivot point is called **torque**. If you're a fan of the SI unit system, you will probably measure it in **newton-meters**. If, however, you use the FPS (foot-pound-second) system, you might be more familiar with the unit of **foot-pounds**.

💡 Remember that foot pounds and pounds-force are not the same unit, although their symbols are quite similar. You can express torque in foot pounds (ft-lbs), but not in pounds-force (lbf) - that is a measure of force. |

The conversion from Nm to ft-lbs is very simple. You can, of course, use our torque conversion calculator, but it's straightforward to calculate it by hand, too! All you need to remember is that **1 Nm is equal to 0.7376 ft-lbs**.

The conversion table below might come in handy, should you need to convert the most fundamental values of torque. If your value doesn't appear in the table, you might want to give our Nm to ft-lbs conversion calculator a try!

Newton-meters | Foot-pounds |
---|---|

1 Nm | 0.738 ft-lbs |

2 Nm | 1.475 ft-lbs |

5 Nm | 3.688 ft-lbs |

10 Nm | 7.376 ft-lbs |

20 Nm | 14.751 ft-lbs |

25 Nm | 18.439 ft-lbs |

30 Nm | 22.127 ft-lbs |

35 Nm | 25.815 ft-lbs |

40 Nm | 29.502 ft-lbs |

50 Nm | 36.878 ft-lbs |

100 Nm | 73.756 ft-lbs |

### How to convert ft-lbs to Nm?

If you're trying the opposite torque units conversion, don't worry: it's equally simple! This time, all you need to know is that **1 ft-lb is equivalent to 1.3558 Nm**. This means that to convert from foot-pounds to newton-meters, you need to multiply the value you have by the factor of 1.3558.

For your convenience, we have prepared a table with the simplest conversions listed out. If your value doesn't appear in this table, go ahead and input it into the second field of our Nm to ft-lbs converter!

Foot-pounds | Newton-meters |
---|---|

1 ft-lbs | 1.356 Nm |

2 ft-lbs | 2.712 Nm |

5 ft-lbs | 6.779 Nm |

10 ft-lbs | 13.558 Nm |

20 ft-lbs | 27.116 Nm |

25 ft-lbs | 33.895 Nm |

30 ft-lbs | 40.675 Nm |

35 ft-lbs | 47.454 Nm |

40 ft-lbs | 54.233 Nm |

50 ft-lbs | 67.791 Nm |

100 ft-lbs | 135.582 Nm |

### Torque conversion calculator: example of use

Let's imagine you're working with gears. You're setting up a gear train consisting of three different wheels and you want the output torque to be equal to **12 ft-lbs**. Unfortunately, the dynamometer you have displays the measured value in newton-meters only. What should the reading of the dynamometer be?

Check which unit you're working with. You know the value is 12

**ft-lbs**.You also know that one ft-lb is equivalent to 1.3558 Nm.

All you have to do is multiply these two values:

The dynamometer needs to display a value of

**16.27 Nm**.

You can also use our Nm to ft-lbs converter to save some time!

### Other units of torque - kg-cm to Nm and J/rad to Nm

Even though the most popular units displayed on a torque wrench are Nm and ft-lbs, there are also other units you might find quite handy. Our calculator will automatically convert any value you input into two additional units: kg-cm and J/rad.

**kg-cm**are units of torque that, interestingly, we usually write down with improper notation. You probably noticed that when you try to convert kg-cm to any other SI units, you will get a different unit than that for newtons multiplied by meters! To make this notation correct, you should add a letter**F**, writing down**kgF-cm**. In this situation,**kgF**means*kilograms of force*, which are simply kilograms multiplied by the gravitational acceleration,**g**.If you want to convert kg-cm to Nm, all you need to do is multiply the first value by 0.09807 - one-hundredth of the gravitational acceleration of Earth:

**J/rad**are also alternative units of torque, commonly used when you need the value of torque in calculations of work or power. These units are equivalent to Nm:

## To lbf nm

## Newton-Meters to Foot-Pounds

Use this conversion tool to convert between **newton-meters (Nm)** and **foot-pounds (ft-lb)**, both of which are units of work, energy or torque (pound-foot).

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### How to convert newton-meters to foot-pounds

**1 newton-meter is equal to 0.7376 ft-lbs**, rounded to 4 decimal places. To convert newton-meters to foot-pounds, simply multiply your figure by 0.7376.

The conversion chart below can be used to convert some of the most common torque figures for newton-meters (Nm) and foot-pounds (ft-lb).

### Newton-meters to foot-pounds chart

Newton-meters | Foot-pounds |
---|---|

1 Nm | 0.74 ft-lb |

2 Nm | 1.48 ft-lb |

3 Nm | 2.21 ft-lb |

4 Nm | 2.95 ft-lb |

5 Nm | 3.69 ft-lb |

6 Nm | 4.43 ft-lb |

7 Nm | 5.16 ft-lb |

8 Nm | 5.90 ft-lb |

9 Nm | 6.64 ft-lb |

10 Nm | 7.38 ft-lb |

20 Nm | 14.75 ft-lb |

30 Nm | 22.13 ft-lb |

40 Nm | 29.50 ft-lb |

50 Nm | 36.88 ft-lb |

60 Nm | 44.25 ft-lb |

70 Nm | 51.63 ft-lb |

80 Nm | 59.00 ft-lb |

90 Nm | 66.38 ft-lb |

100 Nm | 73.76 ft-lb |

200 Nm | 147.51 ft-lb |

300 Nm | 221.27 ft-lb |

400 Nm | 295.02 ft-lb |

500 Nm | 368.78 ft-lb |

600 Nm | 442.54 ft-lb |

700 Nm | 516.29 ft-lb |

800 Nm | 590.05 ft-lb |

900 Nm | 663.81 ft-lb |

1000 Nm | 737.56 ft-lb |

Note: conversions are rounded to max 2 decimal places. |

If you wish to convert between inch-pounds and foot-pounds, take a look at the inch-pounds and foot-pounds converter.

For any figures not represented in our Nm and ft-lb chart, please use the converter at the top of the page.

## Convert N-m to ft-lbf - Conversion of

Measurement Units

### ››Convert newton-meter to foot-pound force

### ››More information from the unit converter

How many N-m in 1 ft-lbf? The answer is 1.3558179483314.

We assume you are converting between **newton-meter** and **foot-pound force**.

You can view more details on each measurement unit:

N-m or ft-lbf

The SI derived unit for **energy** is the joule.

1 joule is equal to 1 N-m, or 0.73756214927727 ft-lbf.

Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.

Use this page to learn how to convert between newton meters and foot pounds.

Type in your own numbers in the form to convert the units!

### ››Quick conversion chart of N-m to ft-lbf

1 N-m to ft-lbf = 0.73756 ft-lbf

5 N-m to ft-lbf = 3.68781 ft-lbf

10 N-m to ft-lbf = 7.37562 ft-lbf

20 N-m to ft-lbf = 14.75124 ft-lbf

30 N-m to ft-lbf = 22.12686 ft-lbf

40 N-m to ft-lbf = 29.50249 ft-lbf

50 N-m to ft-lbf = 36.87811 ft-lbf

75 N-m to ft-lbf = 55.31716 ft-lbf

100 N-m to ft-lbf = 73.75621 ft-lbf

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### ››Definition: Foot pound

In physics, a foot-pound force (symbol ft·lbf or ft·lbf), usually abbreviated to foot-pound, is an Imperial and U.S. customary unit of mechanical work, or energy, although in scientific fields one commonly uses the equivalent metric unit of the joule (J). There are approximately 1.356 J/ft·lbf, or exactly 1.355 817 948 331 400 4 J/ft·lbf.

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