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## How do you calculate IRMS?

Your Irms = Ipeak divided by the square root of two. Vrms = Vpeak divided by the square root of 2, hence 3/1.414 = 2.12 volts.

**What is the power factor formula?**

It is found by multiplying (kVA = V x A). The result is expressed as kVA units. PF expresses the ratio of true power used in a circuit to the apparent power delivered to the circuit.

### What are the 3 versions of work formula?

When a force acts upon an object to cause a displacement of the object, it is said that work was done upon the object. There are three key ingredients to work – force, displacement, and cause.

**What is the formula of work done in science?**

Work is said to be done when a force applied to an object moves that object. Formula. We can calculate work by multiplying the force by the movement of the object. W = F Ã— d. Unit.

#### When work is done energy is transferred True or false?

Also, when work is done, energy is transferred from one energy store to another and we can say that the energy transferred = Work done. Hence, the above statement is absolutely true.

**Is there work done in Figure 1?**

To examine what the definition of work means, let us consider the other situations shown in Figure 1. The person holding the briefcase in Figure 1b does no work, for example. There must be motion for work to be done, and there must be a component of the force in the direction of the motion.

## What is the dimension of power?

Units and dimensions

Quantity | Dimension | Unit |
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power | [M L2 T-3] | watt |

viscosity, dynamic | [M L-1 T-1] | pascal-second |

viscosity, kinematic | [L2 T-1] | square meter per second |

specific heat | [L2 Q-1 T-2] | joule per kilogram-kelvin |

**Is NS a unit of power?**

It is dimensionally equivalent to the momentum unit kilogram-metre per second (kg‹…m/s). One newton-second corresponds to a one-newton force applied for one second….

Newton-second | |
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Symbol | N‹…s or N s |

Named after | Isaac Newton |

In SI base units: | kg‹…m/s |

### Is Joule A unit of power?

Most people can name two units of power, few can name even one unit of energy. The unit of energy is the “Joule” – a Watt is just a flow of one Joule per second. The other popular unit of power is the “horsepower”. The conversion is that one horsepower = 756 Watts.

**What are three units of power?**

Units Of Power Conversions

Units | Abbreviation | Equivalent Watt Unit |
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Horsepower | HP | 746 watts |

Kilowatts | kW | 1Ã—103W |

Megawatts | MW | 1Ã—106W |

Gigawatts | GW | 1Ã—109W |

#### How do you convert NS m 2 to KG MS?

How many N-s/m^2 in 1 kilogram/meter-second? The answer is 1. We assume you are converting between newton-second/square meter and kilogram/meter-second. You can view more details on each measurement unit: N-s/m^2 or kilogram/meter-second The SI derived unit for dynamic viscosity is the pascal second.

**Is kg MS the same as NS?**

Reduced to base units in the International System of Units ( SI ), a kilogram-meter per second is the equivalent of a newton-second (N Â· s), which is the SI unit of impulse .

## Is NS same as KGM s?

Answer. N.s=Kgm/s^2 Ã—s =Kgm/s.

**What unit is ns M?**

Newton Second Per Square Meter

### What is the full form of NS in physics?

The newton-second (N Â· s) is the standard unit of impulse. Reduced to base units in the International System of Units ( SI ), a newton-second is the equivalent of a kilogram-meter per second (kg Â· m/s or kg Â· m Â· s -1 ).