### How many kilograms in one Kn?

Kn (kilonewton) is a measure of force, not of mass like the kilogram. Near the Earth's surface, each Kilogram has a weight of 9.82 Newton (0.00982 kilonewton), so one Kilonewton is is the weight produced by a mass of approximately 100 kg. Under other circumstances, this may vary. Kn (kilonewton) is a measure of force, not of mass like the kilogram. Near the Earth's surface, each Kilogram has a weight of 9.82 Newton (0.00982 kilonewton)…

### What is a kilonewton?

The newton (symbol: N) is the SI unit of force. It is named after Sir Isaac Newton in recognition of his work on classical mechanics. A newton is the amount of force required to accelerate a body with a mass of one kilogram at a rate of one meter per second squared.1 A kilonewton would be a thousand of these units. 1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kilonewton

### Explain KiloNewton Meters and its measurement in distance?

"KiloNewton Meter" is a unit of energy, not distance. If you had to measure a distance, this unit would be quite useless. The basic unit of energy is one Joule, which is the same as one newton-meter. It's the energy delivered by a force of one newton pushing through a distance of one meter. 1,000 of these might be labeled "One KiloNewton Meter".

### How do you convert kilonewton to kilogram?

"Newton" and its multiples are units of force. "Kilogram" is a unit of mass. They measure different quantities and they don't convert to each other. On earth only, 1 kilogram of mass weighs 0.0098 kilonewtons, and 1 kilonewton is the weight of 102.041 kilograms of mass. But the numbers are different in other places.

### How many tons are in a kilonewton?

Tons per kilonewton One Newton equals 0.000112 tons (short, US). So, 1000 Newtons (a kilonewton) is 0.112 tons. Another stab at it Actually, a newton (N) is an SI (International System) measure of force...specifically, it is the force that produces an acceleration of 1 meter per second per second when exerted on a mass of 1 kilogram. Since weight is the downward force exerted on matter as a result of gravity, a kN of force…