# n to kgf

In the world of physics, one newton is equal to the force required by a mass of 1 kg to accelerate to 1 meter per Second Square. I.e., the force needed to accelerate a mass of 1 kg to a magnitude of 1 m/s^2. It is named after the esteemed scientist, Sir Isaac Newton, who is recognized as a marvel in the field of physics and mathematics and classical mechanics. This unit (Newton) was adopted by the general conference of weight measures in 1948.

## n to kgf

How is kg related? Kilogram or kg is the unit for mass in CGS (centimeter, gram, second) system of units. Kg is used multiple places like calculating velocity, acceleration, and many other physical quantities, well when it comes to the conversion factor, in answer to this question, we can say that one kilogram-force is equal to 9.8055 newton., in standard earth’s gravity and pressure.

Thus we can convert any of (kgf to Newton) or (Newton to kgf) by the following factor.

It is, one newton = 0.1019 kgf

Here the small ‘f’ should not be confused with the “foot” unit of distance. The “f’” here stands for “force” in Kgf. Kgf stands for kilogram-force.

The conversion chart is a better way of understanding this,

1 N (Newton) = 0.1019 kgf

10 N (Newton) = 1.0192kgf

We are considering here that you are willing to convert Newton to kilogram-force. All the conversions have been given, according to it.

If you are looking to get a formula, precisely, given the following,

F (kgf) = 0.1.197 * F (Newton).

That is the conversion for Newton to kgf in the easiest possible way.

Thus you can convert any magnitude of Newton to kgf and vice versa easily. For more such conversions, stay tuned to our website.