Convert Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean)

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Unit Descriptions
1 Inch-Pound Force:
Exactly g x 1 lb x 1 in. Approximately 0.1129848290276167 Joules (SI).
1 Calorie (mean):
Approximately 4.19002 Joules (SI). Also 1/100 of the energy required to heat one gram of water (air free) from 0°C to 100°C at standard atmospheric pressure (101.325 kPa).

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Conversions Table
1 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 0.02770 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 1.8876
2 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 0.053980 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 2.1572
3 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 0.080990 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 2.4269
4 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 0.1079100 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 2.6965
5 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 0.1348200 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 5.393
6 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 0.1618300 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 8.0896
7 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 0.1888400 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 10.7861
8 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 0.2157500 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 13.4826
9 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 0.2427600 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 16.1791
10 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 0.2697800 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 21.5722
20 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 0.5393900 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 24.2687
30 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 0.8091,000 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 26.9652
40 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 1.078610,000 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 269.6522
50 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 1.3483100,000 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 2696.5224
60 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 1.61791,000,000 Inch-pounds Force to Calories (mean) = 26965.2243

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