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Meters per second to Feet per second (Swap Units)

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Feet per second to Meters per second table

Increments
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Feet per secondMeters per second
0ft/s0.00m/s
1ft/s0.30m/s
2ft/s0.61m/s
3ft/s0.91m/s
4ft/s1.22m/s
5ft/s1.52m/s
6ft/s1.83m/s
7ft/s2.13m/s
8ft/s2.44m/s
9ft/s2.74m/s
10ft/s3.05m/s
11ft/s3.35m/s
12ft/s3.66m/s
13ft/s3.96m/s
14ft/s4.27m/s
15ft/s4.57m/s
16ft/s4.88m/s
17ft/s5.18m/s
18ft/s5.49m/s
19ft/s5.79m/s
Feet per secondMeters per second
20ft/s6.10m/s
21ft/s6.40m/s
22ft/s6.71m/s
23ft/s7.01m/s
24ft/s7.32m/s
25ft/s7.62m/s
26ft/s7.92m/s
27ft/s8.23m/s
28ft/s8.53m/s
29ft/s8.84m/s
30ft/s9.14m/s
31ft/s9.45m/s
32ft/s9.75m/s
33ft/s10.06m/s
34ft/s10.36m/s
35ft/s10.67m/s
36ft/s10.97m/s
37ft/s11.28m/s
38ft/s11.58m/s
39ft/s11.89m/s
Feet per secondMeters per second
40ft/s12.19m/s
41ft/s12.50m/s
42ft/s12.80m/s
43ft/s13.11m/s
44ft/s13.41m/s
45ft/s13.72m/s
46ft/s14.02m/s
47ft/s14.33m/s
48ft/s14.63m/s
49ft/s14.94m/s
50ft/s15.24m/s
51ft/s15.54m/s
52ft/s15.85m/s
53ft/s16.15m/s
54ft/s16.46m/s
55ft/s16.76m/s
56ft/s17.07m/s
57ft/s17.37m/s
58ft/s17.68m/s
59ft/s17.98m/s
Metre per second
Unit systemSI
Unit ofspeed
Symbolm/s
Conversions
1 m/s in .... is equal to ..
km/h3.6
mph2.2369
kn1.9438
ft/s3.2808

The metre per second is an SI derived unit of both speed (scalar quantity) and velocity (vector quantity (which have direction and magnitude)), equal to the speed of a body covering a distance of one metre in a time of one second.

The SI unit symbols are m/s, m·s−1, m s−1, or m/s,[1] sometimes (unofficially) abbreviated as mps.[citation needed]

Conversions[edit]

Per Second Per Second

1 m/s is equivalent to:

= 3.6 km/h (exactly)[2]
≈ 3.2808 feet per second (approximately)[3]
≈ 2.2369 miles per hour (approximately)[4]
≈ 1.9438 knots (approximately)[5]

1 foot per second = 0.3048 m/s (exactly)[6]

1 mile per hour = 0.44704 m/s (exactly)[7]Civil engineering calculator.

1 km/h = 0.27 m/s (exactly)[8]

Words per second

Relation to other measures[edit]

The benz, named in honour of Karl Benz, has been proposed as a name for one metre per second.[9] Although it has seen some support as a practical unit,[10] primarily from German sources,[9] it was rejected as the SI unit of velocity[11] and has not seen widespread use or acceptance.[12]

Unicode character[edit]

Per Second To Miles Per Hour

The 'metre per second' symbol is encoded by Unicode at code point U+33A7SQUARE M OVER S ❱.[13]

Per Second Calculator

See also[edit]

Per Seconde Wijzer

References[edit]

  1. ^SI brochure, Section 5.1
  2. ^CDX Automotive (2013). South African Automotive Light Vehicle Level 3. Jones & Bartlett Learning. p. 478. ISBN978-1449697853.
  3. ^Dinçer, İbrahim; Rosen, Marc A. (2007). EXERGY: Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development. Amsterdam: Elsevier. p. 444. ISBN9780080531359. OCLC228148217.
  4. ^Jazar, Reza N. (2017). Vehicle Dynamics: Theory and Application (3. ed.). Cham, Switzerland: Springer. p. 957. ISBN9783319534411. OCLC988750637.
  5. ^Collinson, R.P.G. (2013). Introduction to Avionics Systems (2. ed.). Boston: Springer Science & Business Media. p. 16. ISBN9781441974662. OCLC861706692.
  6. ^Potter, Merle C; Wiggert, David C; Ramadan, Bassem H. (2016). Mechanics of Fluids, SI Edition (5. ed.). Cengage Learning. p. 722. ISBN978-1305887701.
  7. ^Das, Braja M.; Kassimali, Aslam; Sami, Sedat (2010). Mechanics for Engineers: Statics. Ft. Lauderdale, FL: J. Ross Publishing. p. 556. ISBN9781604270297. OCLC419827343.
  8. ^Wright, Gus (2015). Fundamentals of medium/heavy duty diesel engines. Burlington, Massachusetts: Jones & Bartlett Publishers. p. 1349. ISBN9781284067057. OCLC927104266.
  9. ^ abKlein HA. (2011). The Science of Measurement: A Historical Survey. Dover Publications. p. 695. ISBN978-0486258393.
  10. ^Heijungs R. (2005). 'On the Use of Units in LCA'. The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment. 10 (3): 174. doi:10.1065/lca2005.02.199.
  11. ^Cardarelli F. (2004). Encyclopaedia of Scientific Units, Weights and Measures: Their SI Equivalences and Origins. Transl. by MJ Shields. (3rd revised ed.). Springer. p. 217. ISBN978-1852336820.
  12. ^Dresner S. (1974). Units of Measurement: An Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Units Both Scientific and Popular and the Quantities They Measure. Harvey Miller and Medcalf. p. 13. ISBN978-0-85602-036-0.
  13. ^Unicode Consortium (2019). 'The Unicode Standard 12.0 – CJK Compatibility ❰ Range: 3300—33FF ❱'(PDF). Unicode.org. Retrieved May 24, 2019.

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