Convert Horsepower to Kilocalories Per Hour
Enter the power in horsepower below to get the value converted to kilocalories per hour.
How to Convert Horsepower to Kilocalories Per Hour
To convert horsepower to a kilocalorie per hour measurement, use one of the formulas below.
Mechanical Horsepower to Kilocalories Per Hour
Formula to convert mechanical horsepower to kilocalories per hour:
Since one mechanical horsepower is equal to 641.615691 kilocalories per hour, the formula to find kilocalories per hour is to multiply mechanical horsepower by 641.615691.
Electric Horsepower to Kilocalories Per Hour
Formula to convert electric horsepower to kilocalories per hour:
Since one electric horsepower is equal to 641.873928 kilocalories per hour, the formula to find kilocalories per hour is to multiply electric horsepower by 641.873928.
Metric Horsepower to Kilocalories Per Hour
Formula to convert metric horsepower to kilocalories per hour:
Since one metric horsepower is equal to 632.838434 kilocalories per hour, the formula to find kilocalories per hour is to multiply metric horsepower by 632.838434.
Boiler Horsepower to Kilocalories Per Hour
Formula to convert boiler horsepower to kilocalories per hour:
Since one boiler horsepower is equal to 8,440.297981 kilocalories per hour, the formula to find kilocalories per hour is to multiply boiler horsepower by 8,440.297981.
Horsepower and kilocalories per hour are both units used to measure power. Keep reading to learn more about each unit of measure.
The term horsepower was adopted by Scottish inventor James Watt to measure the power output of his steam engine and to compare that power with that of horses horses. Horsepower were later used to measure the power output of piston and turbine engines and electrical motors.
There are now several different types of horsepower, including mechanical, electrical, metric, boiler, brake, and indicated, and they all have different applications in industry. Mechanical and electric are the most commonly used types.
Mechanical horsepower is often used to measure the output of engines and motors in North America. One mechanical horsepower is equal to 745.69987158227022 watts.
The mechanical horsepower is a US customary and imperial unit of power. Mechanical horsepower can be abbreviated as hp(I), for example 1 mechanical horsepower can be written as 1 hp(I).
Electric horsepower is used to measure the output of electric motors and other electrical machines in the US. One electric horsepower is equal to exactly 746 watts.
The electric horsepower is a US customary and imperial unit of power. Electric horsepower can be abbreviated as hp(E), for example 1 electric horsepower can be written as 1 hp(E).
The metric horsepower is a non-SI metric unit for power. Metric horsepower can be abbreviated as hp(M), and are also sometimes abbreviated as PS, cv, hk, pk, ks, or ch. For example, 1 metric horsepower can be written as 1 hp(M), 1 PS, 1 cv, 1 hk, 1 pk, 1 ks, or 1 ch.
Boiler horsepower can be abbreviated as hp(S), for example 1 boiler horsepower can be written as 1 hp(S).
Try our engine horsepower calculator to calculate the power of a motor.
Kilocalories per hour can be abbreviated as kcal/h, for example 1 kilocalorie per hour can be written as 1 kcal/h.
Horsepower to Kilocalorie Per Hour Conversion Table
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- Encyclopædia Britannica, Horsepower, https://www.britannica.com/science/horsepower
- Merriam-Webster, metric horsepower, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/metric%20horsepower
- Wikipedia, Horsepower, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horsepower