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Fuel Efficiency (mass) Conversion Table

E notation is an alternative format of the scientific notation 10x.
For example: 103 = E+3.
Base units are marked in black.
Derived units are marked in gray.
Conversion Table: Fuel Efficiency (mass)
Unit NameRelation to joule/kilogram [J/kg]
BTU/pound [BTU/lb][ISO, metric]2109 [J/kg]
BTU/pound [BTU/lb][ISO, avoirdupois]2324.77455473953 [J/kg]
BTU/pound [BTU/lb][international, metric]2110.11170524 [J/kg]
BTU/pound [BTU/lb][international, avoirdupois]2326 [J/kg]
calorie/gram [cal/g][international]4186.8 [J/kg]
calorie/kilogram 4.1868 [J/kg]
kilocalorie/gram 4.1868E+6 [J/kg]
kilocalorie/kilogram 4186.8 [J/kg]
joule/gram [J/g]1000 [J/kg]
joule/kilogram [J/kg]1 [J/kg]
kilojoule/gram 1E+6 [J/kg]
kilojoule/kilogram 1000 [J/kg]
megajoule/gram 1E+9 [J/kg]
megajoule/kilogram 1E+6 [J/kg]

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Fuel Efficiency

Fuel efficiency, is a form of thermal efficiency, meaning the efficiency of a process that converts chemical potential energy contained in a carrier fuel into kinetic energy or work. Overall fuel efficiency may vary per device, which in turn may vary per application, and this spectrum of variance is often illustrated as a continuous energy profile.
Source: wikipedia
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