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I am questioning my own simple math because the answers are the reciprocal of what I expected. What is the conversion formula for converting "grams/hp-hr (metric horsepower) to grams/kW-hr"?

- rem
**Posts:**1**Joined:**Fri Feb 22, 2013 10:42 am

rem wrote:I am questioning my own simple math because the answers are the reciprocal of what I expected. What is the conversion formula for converting "grams/hp-hr (metric horsepower) to grams/kW-hr"?

Multiply "grams/hp(metric)-hr" by 1.3596 to convert to "grams/kW-hr"

Note: the above is for metric HP. For mechanical horsepower, multiply "grams/hp-hr" by 1.341 to convert to "grams/kW-hr"

- Dirtman
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**Posts:**574**Joined:**Sat Jan 21, 2006 2:04 pm**Location:**California

Dirtman wrote:

Metric HP Formula:

Multiply "grams/hp(metric)-hr" by 1.3596 to convert to "grams/kW-hr"

mechanical horsepower, multiply "grams/hp-hr" by 1.341 to convert to "grams/kW-hr"

I am newbie and this formula is helpful for my business point of view. Thanks for sharing to this.

- PerezTurner
**Posts:**2**Joined:**Fri Jul 12, 2013 9:21 am

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