Convert dyne to pound force
Selected category: force.
Definition and details for dyne:
Dyne (symbol "dyn", from Greek δύναμις "dynamis" meaning power, force) is the CGS unit of force. One dyne is the force that accelerates a mass of one gram at the rate of one centimeter per second per second. One dyne is equal to exactly 10-5 newton, or about 2.248 x 10-6 pound of force (lbf) in the traditional English system.
Definition and details for pound force:
Pound force (lbf or lb) is a unit of force in the British gravitational system of units, equal to the force experienced at the Earth's surface by a mass of one pound. This force is equal to about 4.448 newtons. Symbol lbf is better for the pound force because it differs from the pound of mass symbol.