# How do you convert kN m2 to T m2?

## How do you convert kN m2 to T m2?

How many kn/m2 in 1 ton/square metre? The answer is 9.80665. We assume you are converting between kilonewton/square metre and ton/square metre.

**How do you convert PSF to kN M?**

How to Convert PSF to Kilonewton/Square Meter (psf to kN/m2) By using our PSF to Kilonewton/Square Meter conversion tool, you know that one PSF is equivalent to 0.047880258977532 Kilonewton/Square Meter. Hence, to convert PSF to Kilonewton/Square Meter, we just need to multiply the number by 0.047880258977532.

**How many kiloNewtons are in a ton?**

Kilonewton to Ton-force (metric) Conversion Table

Kilonewton [kN] | Ton-force (metric) [tf] |
---|---|

1 kN | 0.1019716213 tf |

2 kN | 0.2039432426 tf |

3 kN | 0.3059148639 tf |

5 kN | 0.5098581065 tf |

### What is 5kn m2 in tonnes?

Kilonewton Meter to Ton-force (metric) Meter Conversion Table

Kilonewton Meter [kN*m] | Ton-force (metric) Meter |
---|---|

2 kN*m | 0.2039432426 ton-force (metric) meter |

3 kN*m | 0.3059148639 ton-force (metric) meter |

5 kN*m | 0.5098581065 ton-force (metric) meter |

10 kN*m | 1.019716213 ton-force (metric) meter |

**How do you work out KN m2?**

How do you calculate kN? Multiply the load per unit area or length by the total area or length. For the rectangle, you compute 10 kN per square meter multiplied by 24 square meters to get 240 kN. For the beam, you calculate 10 kN per meter multiplied by 5 meters to get 50 kN.

**What is a KN m2?**

kN/m² – Kilonewton Per Square Meter.

## What unit is psf?

Pounds per Square Foot

Pounds or Pounds Force per Square Foot is a British (Imperial) and American pressure unit which is directly related to the psi pressure unit by a factor of 144 (1 sq ft = 12 in x 12 in = 144 sq in). 1 pound per square foot equals 47.8803 pascals.

**What is relation between ton and kN?**

How many Kilonewtons are in a Tonne? The answer is one Tonne is equal to 9.81 Kilonewtons.

**How many kg is 1kN?**

One kilonewton, 1 kN, is equivalent to 102.0 kgf, or about 100 kg of load under Earth gravity. 1 kN = 102 kg × 9.81 m/s2. So for example, a platform that shows it is rated at 321 kilonewtons (72,000 lbf) will safely support a 32,100-kilogram (70,800 lb) load.