# newton to pound force

A Newton or Newton force is the imperial unit for force. It is named after the esteemed and famous scientist, Sir Isaac Newton. Who is recognized for his great findings and work in the field of science, physics, mathematics, and majorly classic mechanics? A newton is defined as the force needed by a body of 1-kilogram mass to accelerate up to a magnitude of 1 m/s^2.

## newton to pound

A Newton is used in understanding other physical quantities also, like pressure, acceleration, torque etc. the above definition is considered, remembering the 2nd law of motion by Newton, that is, F=ma, where the m= mass of the body, a= acceleration of the body, and F is the force.

The dimensional formula for force is MLT^-2. Also, when this force newton is multiplied by the gravitational acceleration (g), it is called “Weight”. Some of its greater dimensions are, kilo-newtons, mega-newton etc. a kilonewton is equal to 1000 newton.

, on the other hand, is defined as the force experienced by avoirdupois pound on the surface of the earth.  Precisely. A more accurate definition would be, a mass of 32.17 lb. When accelerated to 1ft/sec^2 is one pound.

The conversion is like, and a newton is equal to 0.224-pound-force.

I was I,e. 1N=0.224 pound-force.

Works like testing of impact in automotive vehicles, production of anti-shock machines and devices machinery studies, a study of motion and constraints etc. fields include these type of calculations. That need exact results of research purposes.

So, here is the way you can convert any of them, Newton and pound in each other, vice versa.

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